Select a problem using knowledge, reasoning, and/or planning that may arise in the real world. Examples include expert system, automatic theorem proving, knowledge and reasoning applications, etc).Alternatively, you may select a development in AI where these are utilized._ out of 10 points Describe the knowledge, reasoning, and/or planning problem used (based on methods discussed in class, including logical agents, first-order logic, classical planning, scheduling, knowledge representation, etc) out of 10 points
Design and describe the algorithm and approach of your implementation. You may create visual representations and include a description.You may also implement your own code or pseudocode if you feel that may help demonstrate your understanding_____ out of 20 points
Please include references for your sources.
Explain why you selected your chosen method(s). _ out of 20 points Explain how your chosen method would help solve your chosen problem. Think about the how the problem/application is formulated, model representations used, logics, languages for representing problems, algorithms, etc.Your project could also comprise of integration of various AI approaches (probabilistic logic, planning, reasoning, etc). Describe the strengths and limitations. out of 10 points
Describe what may have been some alternative methods. out of 10 points Describe what methods may not have been appropriate out of 10 points
Describe what you learned from this assignment, what could be improved, and what could be some future extensions of your work _ out of 10 points
Comprehensive interventions combining diet, physical activity, education, and behavioral therapy are associated with improvement in terms of weight reduction and metabolic outcomes. The Expert Committee on Obesity Evaluation and Treatment recommends that the primary goal should be developing healthy eating and activity habits, not achieving ideal body weight. The environment that shapes behavior of the child should be modified and family influence is the most important factor in childhood obesity treatment. For weight loss, obese children must expend more energy than they consume, by decreasing caloric intake and increasing physical activity. Studies show interventions involving exercise alone did not cause weight loss but when exercise was combined with diet and education, reduction in body weight was noted. Consumption of fast food in children has increased over the past few years because of the easy availability and media marketing. Fast foods (eg. Pizza, burger, fries, somosa, pakora, potato chips, soft drinks, etc) have high level of fat and sugars that are unhealthy but addictive, making it hard for children to choose healthy food. Nutrition labeling might restrict the quantity and choice of food among children of educated parents. In a recent study conducted on parents of children aged 3-6 years, showed that labeled menus lead to significantly lower calorie content in restaurant meals purchased for children (28). The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests a staged approach to pediatric weight management: TABLE 9 1. Prevention plus • Encourage consumption of ≥5 servings of vegetables and fruits daily. • Minimize beverages with sugar (eg; soda, sports drinks). • Eat healthy breakfast everyday • Prepare more meals at home • Eat at the table as a family at least 5-6 times/week and involve the whole family in lifestyle changes. • ≤ 2hours of screen time per day (no television viewing for children <2yr old) • ≥ 1hour of physical activity daily • Reinforce goals at each healthcare visit • Allow child to self-regulate his/her meals and avoid overly strict eating regimens. 2. Structured weight management • Structured daily meals and planned snacks with balanced macronutrients (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and 1 or 2 scheduled snacks, with no food or calorie containing beverages at other times)>GET ANSWER