DeepMind’s founder says to build better computer brains, we need to look at our own


From The Verge:

But despite warnings from some that the creation of super-intelligent AI is just around the corner, those working in computational coal mines are more realistic. They point out that contemporary AI programs are extremely narrow in their abilities; that they’re easily tricked, and simply don’t possess those hard-to-define but easy-to-spot skills we usually sum up as “common sense.” They are, in short, not that intelligent.

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