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Meet the man searching for an A.I. that will solve everything

04/09/2015

Elegized by so many science fiction writers, artificial intelligence has seen a procession of successes and breakthroughs over the (...)
Elegized by so many science fiction writers, artificial intelligence has seen a procession of successes and breakthroughs over the last few decades. From the Deep Blue defeating Kasparov in 1996 to a self-teaching AI smashing Super Mario World in 2015, thoroughly crafted algorithms can solve increasing numbers of tasks. There is, however, one thing predicted by sci-fi authors a while ago that still has not appeared in the real life. That is “general-purpose AI,” which can teach itself to solve any kind of task without human’s intervention beyond supplying it raw data. This kind of AI is being worked on by a… This story continues at The Next Web Elegized by so many science fiction writers, artificial intelligence has seen a procession of successes and breakthroughs over the last few decades. From the Deep Blue defeating Kasparov in 1996 to a self-teaching AI smashing Super Mario World in 2015, thoroughly crafted algorithms can solve increasing numbers of tasks. There is, however, one thing predicted by sci-fi authors a while ago that still has not appeared in the real life. That is “general-purpose AI,” which can teach itself to solve any kind of task without human’s intervention beyond supplying it raw data. This kind of AI is being worked on by a… This story continues at The Next Web
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