MIT’s Data Science Machine Could Soon Replace Human Intuition

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new system which can outperform even a few of the smartest people in the world. Even though big data scientists would have to code the analysis portions for the engines manually to let the computerized brains loose, it would still be a massive improvement in the existing field of big data analysis. But selecting which “features” of the data to examine normally requires a few human intuition. The MIT team said that their machine participated in three competitions against humans and it finished ahead of 615 human teams. According to the developers of the machine, it aims to take the human element out of big-data analysis, and is able to search patterns as well as…

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