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I have been in the midst of robotic projects for months on end, from artificial limbs to drones, but I was wondering; how hard is it to make a program that learns?
I've been pointed to artificial intelligence quite a bit, but I don't have an already made personality that just learns from the internet, but something that takes images I give it or a camera feed and attaches visual cues to information I feed it.
I guess I'm trying to ask, "Is that possible?"

What I have tried:

I have not tried much of anything. I much more just would like to know where to start, if at all possible. I'm not very good at coding on my own.
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Updated 14-Nov-16 4:21am
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NotPolitcallyCorrect 14-Nov-16 10:00am
   
I don't see how someone that is "not very good at coding on my own" could possible to something that hundreds of coding teams with, supposedly, the best minds can't do.
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I'm not very good at coding on my own.
In which case, I'd suggest that you should probably shelve this project for the moment: what you want to do it pretty complicated and even fairly experienced people wouldn't be capable of doing a good job. I wouldn't want to start it without the expectation of a good level of progress in a reasonable time - a few months or so - so trying to do a project of that scope without a good deal of experience is a recipe for depression!

I really don't think a beginner would be happy trying to do this.
   
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Solution 2

It's only one of the most complex fields of study in Computer Science.

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I'm not very good at coding on my own.

So, this make it extremely difficult.
   

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