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Artificial Intelligence Uncertainty in AI Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQ)

Aptitude Questions and Answers (MCQ) | Uncertainty in AI: This section contains aptitude questions and answers on Uncertainty in AI.
Submitted by Monika Sharma, on April 04, 2020

1) Which of the following is true with respect to uncertainty in AI systems?
  1. Uncertainty arises when we are not 100 percent confident in our decisions
  2. Whenever uncertainty arises, there is needs to be an estimation taken for getting to any conclusion
  3. The AI agent should take certain decisions even in the situations of uncertainty
  4. All of the above

2) Which of the following mentioned statements are uncertain?
  1. The number occurred on rolling a die.
  2. What will the temperature tomorrow?
  3. What card will be get on picking a card from a fair deck of 52 cards?
  4. What output will we get on tossing a coin?


  1. Only iv.
  2. All i., ii., iii. and iv.
  3. ii. and iv.
  4. Only ii.

3) Which of the mentioned points are valid reasons for uncertainty in the nature?
  1. Partially observable environment
  2. Dynamic nature of the environment
  3. Inaccessible area in the environment
  4. All of the above

4) Consider the following statement:
"When we talk about perceiving information from the environment, then the main problem that arises is that there is always some uncertainty is our observations. This is because the world is an enormous entity and the surroundings that we take under study are not always well defined. So, there is needs to be an estimation taken for getting to any conclusion."
Which among the following takes the best decisions in a situation with uncertainty?
  1. AI based agents
  2. Humans
  3. Animals
  4. None of the above

5) State whether the following condition is true or false?
"The cases of uncertainty mostly happen in those cases where the conditions are neither completely true nor completely false."
  1. True
  2. False

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