Google team develop AI bot that can learn on its own (VIDEO)

Scientists from DeepMind, Google’s artificial intelligence division, have created a computer program that uses basic reasoning to learn complex systems such as the London Underground and family trees. The advancement could mark a major breakthrough in the development of AI, as the “differentiable neural computer” (DNC) can solve problems without any prior knowledge. Instead, the DNC learns to use its own memory to answer questions about complex data. In a study published in the journal Nature, the technology also demonstrated it can solve a block puzzle game using reinforcement learning. What makes the DNC impressive is that it can learn to form and navigate complex data structures all on its own. The researchers demonstrated how the program can analyze a description of an arbitrary graph and answer questions about it.…

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