Defenceless against Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence must be kept under human control or we may become defenceless against its capabilities, warn two University of Sydney machine-learning experts. A supercomputer can always improve – if it loses one game, then it would analyse it and do better next time Professor Dong Xu, Chair of Computer Science Professor Dong Xu, Chair in Computer Engineering from the University of Sydney’s School of Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering says the defeat of the world champion Go player has raised fresh concerns about the future role of artificial intelligence (AI) devices. The Professor, whose research interests include computer vision, machine-learning and multimedia content analysis, says the question now is how much we should control AI’s ability to self-learn. “The scientists and technology investors have been enthusiastic about AI for several…

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