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Artificial Intelligence Based Agents Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Set 1

Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Artificial Intelligence Based Agents (set 1): This section contains aptitude questions and answers on Artificial Intelligence based agents.
Submitted by Monika Sharma, on March 26, 2020

1) Which of the following are the main tasks of an AI agent?
  1. Movement and Humanly Actions
  2. Perceiving and acting on the environment
  3. Input and Output
  4. None of the above

2) State whether the following condition is true or false?

"An Artificial Intelligence-based agent does not require capable of doing tasks on its own without any human intervention for inputs or other commands."

  1. True
  2. False

3) Which of the mentioned parts of an agent would you consider to be the most valuable in terms of AI?
  1. Sensors and Actuators
  2. Wheels and steering
  3. Arms and legs
  4. All of the above

4) Which of the following is not a goal of an AI agent?
  1. Perceiving data from the environment
  2. Adapting to the environment and situations
  3. Acting upon the Environment
  4. Reversing the previously performed actions

5) "An AI agent is defined though it's PEAS."
What does the term PEAS stand for?
  1. Personal Enhancement Area in Science
  2. Performance, Environment, Actuators and Sensors
  3. Performance, Entity, Area, State
  4. None of the above






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