Why computer vision is the key to AI

The ability for machines to “visually understand the world around them” is the final piece of the puzzle needed for true artificial intelligence, according a researcher at one of the Australian Research Council’s centres of excellence. “For an artificially intelligent agent or a robot to be able to operate in its environment, it needs to be able to do three things,” said Stephen Gould, chief investigator at ARC’s Centre of Excellence in Robotic Vision. “The first thing is to be able to see, the second thing is to be able to think, and the third thing is to be able to act.” Gould said that we’ve long possessed the algorithms required for AI to think and reason, and make decisions. “And the machines that they’re reasoning on are getting faster…

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