Computer Science General
Lets talk about Algorithms, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Quantum computing, etc
Lets leave those silly WebDevs and Autismo Devs in their generals and have a real discussion about technology.
Solving computation of GO will lead to groundbreaking developments in Strong AI
I think you are right about Strong AI being impossible to achieve. Given that we have applications that have around 3m+ neurons that don't work, it isn't a physical limitation thing, its purely that we don't understand how to effectively model and represent data.
Will Quantum computing enable us to bluff more impressive weak AI by brute force, or are we actually limited in out methods of representation of knowledge?
i think before we can develop something that remotely resembles strong ai, we first need to understand the human brain. we also need to define what intelligence is, before we can recreate it. i started ai at university but dropped it in favor of cognitive science for that very reason
DeepMind apparently made some sort of big breakthrough and Google snapped them up, but unlike the BostonDynamics deal, DeepMind only showed there work to a few investors.
Rumour has it DeepMinds work got thrown out and they got moved to the Search team to transition ad-gen logic to an autonomous system.
Not when the shit heel just used a Python Lib and didn't write himself. Standard, non Comp-Sci level degeneracy there.
Artificial intelligence will someday be withing nearly everything we own, including our clothes. The IoT (Internet of Things) is literally going to change nearly every aspect of our society.
>DeepMind apparently made some sort of big breakthrough and Google snapped them up, but unlike the BostonDynamics deal, DeepMind only showed there work to a few investors.