Multikompetente Künstliche Intelligenz (KI)

still stupid, especially when it comes to solving new problems or navigating unfamiliar environments. Even with young children, they lack the human ability to learn how the world works and apply that general knowledge to new situations.

Multi-skilled Artificial Intelligence (AI)
Despite tremendous advances in artificial intelligence in recent years, AI and robots are still stupid in many ways, especially when it comes to solving new problems or navigating unfamiliar environments. Even with young children, they lack the human ability to learn how the world works and to apply this general knowledge to new situations.

A related technique to improving AI skills is enhancing your senses. At present, artificial intelligence that recognizes the image or sound of a computer can understand things but cannot “speak” in natural language with the algorithms it sees and hears. But what if you combine these functions in a single AI system? Could this system begin to gain human-like intelligence? Could a more productive human helper robot see, feel, hear, and communicate? Karen Howe explains how multi-sensor AI systems better understand the world around them and provide more flexibility in terms of intelligence.

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