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This is the EXIN BCS Artificial Intelligence Foundation (AIF.EN) sample exam. The Rules and Regulations for EXIN’s examinations apply to this exam.
This exam consists of 40 multiple-choice questions. Each multiple-choice question has a number of possible answers, of which only one is correct.
The maximum number of points that can be obtained for this exam is 40. Each correct answer is worth 1 point. You need 26 points or more to pass the exam.
The time allowed for this exam is 60 minutes.
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The Human Logical Levels was created by which author?
2 of 40
Trustworthy AI, as defined by the EU Guidelines, must...
have at least 3 UN sustainability measures.
be quality assured to ISO standards.
be CE marked.
be technically robust.
3 of 40
An intelligent agent must be ...
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Universal Design or Design-for-all are part of which international organization's sustainability goals?
North American Space Agency
Future of Life Institute
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The EU have published guidelines for Ethics and Trustworthy AI.
This is which of the following?
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Which world institution has published seventeen sustainability goals?
World Trade Organization
World Economic Forum
7 of 40
IBM's Deep Blue has contributed to the success of Machine Learning.
In what year did it beat the world chess champion?
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Who is widely regarded as the person who defined Machine Learning?
Dame Wendy Hall
9 of 40
An intelligent agent uses which of the following to manipulate its environment?
Stereography and actuators
Sound and actuators
Sensors and actuators
Sight and actuators
10 of 40
How many robot paradigms are there?
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A utility-based agent differs from a goal-based agent in that it measures an agent's what?
Speed of completion
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An intelligent robot is a robot that uses which of the following?
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In AI, what perceives its environment through sensors and acts on its environment through actuators?
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Reflex and Model-based are types of what?
Machine learning algorithms
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The top-down hierarchical paradigm is built from _______, plan and act.
What is the missing term?
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The percept and action in the schematic of an AI learning agent are linked closely to what in the robotic paradigm?
Sense and act
Critic and problem generator
Sensors and learning element
Critic and learning element
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Human values will drive change by aligning future AI with our...
EU ethical principles.
future of life Utopia goals.
18 of 40
Finding the balance between under-fitting and over-fitting is part of knowing what is...
fit for consumption.
the Agile Scrum objective.
fit for purpose.
the Waterfall project objective.
19 of 40
An AI project is highly likely to fail if the AI project team does not have which of the following?
20 of 40
According to Gartner in 2018 what percentage of AI projects ‘fail to deliver’?
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Who defines what is 'fit for purpose'?
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Which of the following is a typical early stage (TRL 1-3) AI project funder?
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Which of the following is useful at all stages of a Machine Learning project?
Open source Python
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Which of the following is an example of Machine Learning software?
25 of 40
Which of the following is a task in preparing data?
Delete a random sample of data
Identify missing data
26 of 40
Bayes's networks describe how multiple variables may have influenced a result using what?
The central limit theorem
A probability distribution
27 of 40
Vector Calculus is the theory that uses...
summation and gradients.
integration and differences.
integration and differentiation.
series and gradients.
28 of 40
Machine Learning (ML), 'learns from experience' by analyzing data.
What is needed to do this?
Functionality, Software and Hardware
Python, Paraview and Linux
Linear algebra, probability/statistics and optimization
Cloud computing, open source software and an algorithm
29 of 40
An artificial neural network (ANN) is made up of what?
Inter-connected group of nodes
30 of 40
Which mathematical subject is associated with machine learning?
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What type of library can be used to build an Artificial Neural Network cost effectively?
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In statistics, what does the term pdf stand for?
Pointwise Discrete Function
Pointwise Density Function
Probability Discrete Function
Probability Density Function
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In supervised learning an agent uses what to learn from?
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What type of narrow AI functionality is useful to AI agents?
Artificial General AI
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Robotic surgery is used today and is an example of which of the following?
Human and machines working together
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Daugherty and Wilson have identified what in their book on Human Plus Machine?
Monitoring the robots
Menial low value work
Checking the robots work
37 of 40
Which project style is fundamentally 'learning from experience'?
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In Daugherty and Wilson's book Human plus Machine, what is described as a desirable culture?
Desire to be transparent
Desire to experiment
Desire to be sustainable
Desire to be 'right first time'
39 of 40
What is a computer program that works out where to park aircraft at an airport an example of?
Artificial General Intelligence
Narrow (Weak) Intelligence
40 of 40
Today, ambiguous and creative tasks are better undertaken by what?
Artificial general intelligence
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