It may be difficult for us to imagine a world in which AI creates architectural drawings or controls robotics to perform medical surgeries. However, it was once unfathomable that a computer could beat a human at chess or drive a car autonomously. How far away are we from artificial general intelligence, and what obstacles must be overcome to get us there?
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Galactica was supposed to help scientists. Instead, it mindlessly spat out biased and incorrect nonsense.
DeepMind’s game-playing AI has beaten a 50-year-old record in computer science
The new version of AlphaZero discovered a faster way to do matrix multiplication, a core problem in computing that affects thousands of everyday computer tasks.
A bot that watched 70,000 hours of Minecraft could unlock AI’s next big thing
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The White House just unveiled a new AI Bill of Rights
It's the first big step to hold AI to account.
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