Artificial Intelligence Could Anticipate Human Behavior

An Artistic Representation of How Human Interaction Could be Perceived by Artificial Intelligence. An MIT-designed artificial intelligence has made significant progress in perceiving body language and accurately anticipating the type of interactions individuals will have based on its initial perception. The neural network was set to binge-watch over 600 hours of shows, such as “The Office” and “Desperate Housewives” in order to record and perceive the characters’ different types of body language. Researchers made sure that the neural network thoroughly analyzed the information given to it. The artificial intelligence was then presented with an entirely new set of videos which contained several characters. The neural network was then tasked to anticipate if the characters in each video would kiss, hug, high-five, or shake hands. In order to give the AI…

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