What’s Next for Artificial Intelligence

ENLARGE Illustration: Daniel Hertzberg June 13, 2016 10:20 a.m. ET 3 COMMENTS HOW DO YOU TEACH A MACHINE? Yann LeCun, director of artificial-intelligence research at Facebook, FB -1.84 % on a curriculum for software The traditional definition of artificial intelligence is the ability of machines to execute tasks and solve problems in ways normally attributed to humans. Some tasks that we consider simple—recognizing an object in a photo, driving a car—are incredibly complex for AI. Machines can surpass us when it comes to things like playing chess, but those machines are limited by the manual nature of their programming; a $30 gadget can beat us at a board game, but it can’t do—or learn to do—anything else. This is where machine learning comes in. Show millions of cat photos to…

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