[ExI] Google’s Go Victory Is Just a Glimpse of How Powerful AI Will Be
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Thu Feb 4 18:03:31 UTC 2016
> that would need to be programmed into robots or AI or whatever broad term
Now, this should go automatically from a certain point on. Just like the
image labeling went.
With a clever use of NN's one can teach the machine those "subjective"
kinds of tasks, which were seen as too difficult to program, anyway.
On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 6:53 PM, William Flynn Wallace <foozler83 at gmail.com>
> On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 11:22 AM, Mike Dougherty <msd001 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Feb 4, 2016 at 11:21 AM, William Flynn Wallace
>> <foozler83 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > I cannot speak to AI and programming, etc. but what this field needs is
>> > progress in psychology, and maybe especially, lie detection.
>> ... and by "this field" you mean "every field" or "any field" ?
> Yeah, I guess that was ambiguous. Of course I am biased, being a social
> psychologist, but many fields overlap psych: marketing, management, AI,
> economics and so forth. If someone is going to program robots to converse
> with people, we need to know more about people than we do, esp. if the
> robot is supposed to detect deception, hidden meanings, emotional
> reactions, and other subtleties
> . Enormous progress has been made in reading faces, for example, that
> would need to be programmed into robots or AI or whatever broad term
> applies. Ditto for research showing how vocalizations can be read for
> stress and other emotions. Lie detection is getting sophisticated.
> bill w
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