Artificial intelligence (AI) researchers are working hard to make computers smarter and more capable, some in hopes of achieving human-level intelligence. The surest strategy might seem like emulating human intelligence or even mimicking brain structure.
Economists and computer scientists believe future artificial intelligence (AI) will not only take our jobs but fundamentally change everything we know about work and society. So it's easy to imagine AI as super-intelligent machines that are leaps and bounds ahead of human intelligence.
F-35s, F-22s and other fighter jets will soon use improved “artificial intelligence” to control nearby drone “wingmen” able to carry weapons, test enemy air defenses or perform intelligence, reconnaissance and surveillance missions in high risk areas, senior Air Force officials said.
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Computer scientist Michael Bowling, a teacher at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, has created a computer program that wins at Texas Hold ’em poker.
Stephen Hawking has unveiled his new “life-changing” communications platform, which helps him to speak twice as quickly through a predictive text system.
The new system, developed with the computing giant Intel, will also allow the theoretical physicist to complete tasks such as browsing the internet and opening documents 10 times faster than present.