This AI learned to predict the future by watching loads of TV

Wednesday 22 June 2016 One difficulty faced by artificial intelligence is predicting what humans are going to do next. To help solve that problem, researched have trained an algorithm by making it binge-watch TV. ADVERTISEMENT Computer vision experts from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL) made an algorithm watch 600 hours of TV shows including Ugly Betty, Scrubs, The Big Bang Theory, The Office (US) and more. In each of the clips, taken from YouTube, humans were performing tasks and interacting with each other. After analysing the videos, the AI was then made to watch a clip it hadn’t seen before and predict what would happen. The system was allowed to make multiple predictions about what might happen between one and five seconds in the future. “In some…

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