AI Explained in Simple Terms
Imagine the human brain is like a giant library. Every time you learn something new, you’re adding a new book to that library. Over time, with more books and more reading, you become wiser and can answer questions or solve problems by referencing those books.
Now, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is like creating a mini-library. Instead of years of human experience, we feed it tons of information – like giving it thousands of books to read in a short time. The AI scans all these books, learns patterns, connections, and rules from them, and then uses this knowledge to make decisions or predictions.
Just like if you read a lot about cooking, you can predict what ingredients might taste good together, the AI, after “reading” or analyzing a lot of data, can make its own predictions about similar data in the future.
So, in short: AI is like a super-fast librarian that reads and remembers thousands of books, then helps you find the best answers based on what it has learned.