The Self-Taught AI may have a lot in common with the
For a decade Today, many of the most powerful artificial intelligence systems can be taught by using large amounts of labeled information. An image might be labeled “tabby cat” or “tiger cat,” for example, to “train” an artificial neural network to correctly distinguish a tabby from a tiger. It has been both spectacularly efficient and woefully flawed.
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