My cover essay in the WSJ this week, on what AI can learn from babies featuring the Berkeley DARPA team! (Nice picture too)
My cover essay in the WSJ this week, on what AI can learn from babies featuring the Berkeley DARPA team! (Nice picture too)
Human infants are the best learners in the universe. How do they do it? And could we get an #AI to do the same? Check out 's insightful new cover essay in the on what #AI can learn from babies, with studies from & .
The future of artificial intelligence depends on designing computers that can think and explore as resourcefully as babies do #AI via
“Babies seem to learn much more general & powerful kinds of knowledge than AIs do, from much less & much messier data. In fact, human babies are the best learners in the universe. How do they do it? And could we get an AI to do the same?”—
A piece by explains how our Machine Common Sense prgm studies how babies learn to inform better design of AI. One focus is constructing computational models that mimic the core domains of child cognition for objects, agents & places.
To become more intelligent... ...AI has to adopt the way children learns The Ultimate Learning Machines - WSJ
Good read The Ultimate Learning Machines #fintech #AI #ArtificialIntelligence #MachineLearning #DeepLearning #robotics
Great article by on her work on machine common sense, inspired by her work in developmental psychology.
The Ultimate Learning Machines
Fascinating article about "Deep Reasoning Networks" in WSJ today: "The Ultimate Learning Machines". As the author says: "We don’t really want AIs to replicate human intelligence; what we want is an AI that can help make us even smarter.
Human infants are the best learners in the universe. How do they do it? And could we get an AI to do the same? via
Human infants are the best learners in the universe. How do they do it? And could we get an AI to do the same? via
The Ultimate Learning Machines
Human infants are the best learners in the universe, writes . How do they do it? And could we get an AI to do the same? via
The Ultimate Learning Machines | The future of artificial intelligence depends on designing computers that can think and explore as resourcefully as babies do | By Alison Gopnik
Researchers "have outfitted toddlers with super-light head-mounted cameras—a sort of baby Go Pro. This reveals that what babies see is very different from the millions of clear photographs in an internet data set." via
The ultimate learning machines. The future of AI depends on designing computers that can think and explore as resourcefully as babies do — Very interesting essay by
"Current AIs are like children with super-helicopter-tiger moms" via
"Why are quintessentially geeky places like DARPA and Google suddenly interested in talking about something as profoundly ungeeky as babies? Understanding babies and young children may be one key to ensuring that the current 'AI spring' continues."