Japanese AI Competing To Get Into University Of Tokyo

Japanese researchers have created an AI program and hope that it can get accepted into the University of Tokyo. By Tyler MacDonald | Nov 17, 2015 04:07 PM EST Although the app still needs more training to tackle physics, it is very adept at history questions. (Photo : Twitter/engadget) Researchers at the National Institute of Informatics (NII) are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) program called Todai Robot Project to see if it can pass the toughest entrance exam and get into the University of Tokyo, according to Engadget. So far, the AI has been able the score 511 out of 950 on a college entrance exam, which is higher than the national average of 416. Furthermore, it did surprisingly well on history questions, meaning it possesses natural learning-processing skills and…

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