Some say that AI is getting closer to that future. However, for most people, AI still belongs to the realm of science fiction.
Contrary to popular belief, experts are firm in their conviction that by 2050, machines will reach the level of human intelligence. Machines now are constantly learning and they always retain there memory. Scientists and inventors alike are passing this AI heritage from generations of robots to another.
We are getting machines that can play computer games and be an experts on it. I am not talking about an undefeated chess program or any NPC in a MMORPG. I am referring to more complex functions that AI can perform.
Like human beings, computers are “learning” through the environment — you the sense. By the use of empirical data gathered around the world, machines assimilate information. This pattern is a giant move of a machine stepping out from the world of bits and bytes.
A PhD student at Standford University, Fei-Fei Li dedicated her life on teaching computers how to see.
She believes that seeing is fundamental way of learning. By investing some time and effort to establish the sense of sight to metal bodies, one giving a chance of a robot to learn. Seeing is as basic as nobody taught you how to see in the first place. Half of the human brainpower goes to visual processing. We just cannot see and tract it physically because it is too natural to be noticed.
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