The idea that people might create machines more intelligent than humans is both fascinating and frightening. Yet computer science is still struggling to replicate some of the most basic elements of human learning in machines. This insightful article by journalist and Science magazine contributor Matthew Hutson looks at the latest developments in artificial intelligence and why researchers’ attempts to program basic human instincts might be the key to creating truly intelligent machines. getAbstract recommends this article not only to computer geeks, futurists and sci-fi enthusiasts, but anyone with an interest in the possibilities and limitations of modern technology.
About the Author
Matthew Hutson is a science journalist and freelance writer for Science magazine, focusing on artificial intelligence, robotics, cybersecurity and the Internet of Things.
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