Nanotechnology can be defined as the study, design, creation, synthesis, manipulation, and application of materials, apparatus and functional systems using the exploitation of certain phenomena, the control of matter at the nanometric level and the properties of matter.
The phenomena that are shown when studying matter at this level are totally new, even the properties are unique.
In this way, scientists apply technology to develop equipment, devices, materials and other systems with unique properties that set it apart from everything else.
In contrast, artificial intelligence is when you combine physiology and philosophy with computer science. Hence the different categories of AI; robotics, expert systems, and others. All these systems and mechanisms have the capacity to think.
The basis of artificial intelligence as such is based on the construction of a machine or a system that can perform tasks captured as human intelligence.
Until the moments’ machines and devices have been developed that simulate games, translation of languages, compression of languages, robotics, diagnosis of problems and other varied subjects.
The differences between Nanotechnology and AI
• Artificial intelligence and nanotechnology are linked to the so-called fifth generation of computers and give them functions that are characteristic of humans to simulate human life, to recognize and imitate the human voice.
• Voice synthesis allows computers to deliver voice messages that have not been previously recorded. The investigations aspire to the computer being able to read texts with a more human voice.
• RAH (Automatic Speech Recognition), a technology that progresses very fast, but has many problems: colloquial expressions that it cannot recognize, interferences that produce environmental noise.
This makes the transcription complicated. The current work aims to develop a technique that can interpret a message by detecting keywords.
• On the other hand, they are making progress in the research of organic transistors; was able to isolate an organic molecule and send an electrical signal through it.
This is supposed to have a breakthrough in artificial intelligence since it is intended to use these molecules in microprocessors, which would be used to mimic the functions of neurons.
• The most audacious think that knowing the operation of a computer when studying mathematical models, we would be able to learn about the neurobiology and psychology.
The computer can give us an idea of whether the dichotomy (software-hardware) is applicable to the human brain.
• Finally, we must prescribe the efforts that are being made to improve the human-machine interface. Some companies are developing interfaces with a human face.
And thus try to mitigate, to some extent, the coldness that involves working with the computer.