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DEFINITION: An intelligent database is a full-text database that employs artficial intelligence (AI), interacting with users to ensure that returned items (hits) contain the most relevant information possible. This is in contrast to a traditional database, which is searchable only by keywords and verbatim phrases connected by Boolean operations such as AND, OR, and NOT. Intelligent database technology is in its  … 
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INTELLIGENT DATABASES DEFINITION (continued): …  infancy, and is evolving as AI becomes more advanced. When a search is conducted using a traditional full-text database, the mere presence of keywords and phrases in a referenced file does not guarantee that the contents of that file will be relevant in a given context. An intelligent database provides expanded and more flexible options for conducting queries. For example, a user might type in a question as a full sentence. The database then provides a list of hits arranged according to the likelihood (from highest to lowest) that the resulting data contains a useful answer to that question. The … 

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