MIT’s ‘Data Science Machine’ Beats Humans In Human Intuition

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created an artificial intelligence system called Data Science Machine that can replace human intuition with algorithms in the big-data analysis. Computers are known to be great at crunching numbers, but it requires some human intuition to choose which “features” of the unfamiliar data to analyze. The Data Science Machine developed by MIT researchers not only searches for patterns but also designs the feature set, taking the human element out of the big-data analysis. MIT’s AI system beats 615 of 906 human teams Until now, humans have been more efficient at filtering out decisions that don’t make sense, even though it is a possibility, from gigantic pools of figures. But MIT’s AI system has outperformed its human counterparts in human intuition. MIT…

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