2018 may be the year that AI will mainstream, but as early as 2017, several narrow AI have already been outperforming humans. Here are some of them.
Why It Matters
While most AI today are narrow AI, we know from this article that many of them have already surpassed human capacities. These innovations have a huge potential in solving a lot of the current problems plaguing our societies today.
But despite this potential, the talk amongst AI engineers does not revolve around resolving social issues, but rather, on developing even more advanced AI, perhaps one that could learn, act, and behave like humans.
How different is our future from our present, when AI begins to dominate our societies?
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