Computer With Built-In Algorithm Beats Man In A Turing Test

J Mendoza | Dec 13, 2015 01:25 AM EST Artificial Intelligence, made by man, beats man in a test. (Photo : Twitter/@BBCWorld) Humans and artificial intelligence are undeiably different; however, one computer was found to beat man in a test called Turing test. New York University scientists have been able to identify a way for computers to recreate simple symbles and drawings that look exactly the same and indistinguishable from those made man humans, according to the journal, Science. Like Us on Facebook The scientists built an algorithm called “Bayesian Program Learning (BPL),” which aims to transform certain concepts into simple computer programs, enabling computers to learn a catalogue of visual concepts from a single case. A case in point is letter A in the alphablet. In the digital alphabet,…

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