Why nature is our best guide for understanding artificial intelligence

David Cheng Crunch Network Contributor David Cheng is an investment manager at DCM Ventures where he focuses on opportunities in the consumer internet, applications and SaaS. How to join the networkIn living organisms, evolution is a multi-generational process where mutations in genes are dropped and added. Well-adapted organisms survive and those less fortunate go extinct. This is Natural Selection. Resilience is great, but if you don’t grow gills in time for the flood, then tough luck. Engineering, on the other hand, is a deliberate process with reliable steps designed to reach a stated objective. With the emergence of artificial intelligence, we are beginning to see the convergence of evolution and engineering as machine learning algorithms begin to evolve. For the sake of our comparison (natural evolution to machine evolution), let’s consider…


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