Cyberbullying The A.I. And The Exposure Of Children Online

4 Shares Share Tweet Share Share Email Cyberbullying the early A.I. and the similarity of children’s exposure to the Internet. The artificial intelligence has seen massive improvements in the last three years. The A.I. is now able to learn on its own, identify faces, voices, pictures, locations, outclass us at complex games such as chess and Go, predict behaviors, assess personalities, compute complex mathematical problems and even come up with answers in the quantum realm. The attempts to build artificial systems able of simulating important aspects of human cognitive abilities have a long history. Over the years, we have created smarter A.I. machines, in our quest to endow them with a rational understanding of the world around them.  However, to what extent do these A.I. “capabilities” add up to the equivalent of…

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