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MIT's ConceptNet Helps Advance Artificial Intelligence

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Cabe Atwell
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Re: Computer street smarts
Cabe Atwell   10/23/2013 6:24:36 PM
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AI is the only way a technological singularity will happen. When something can think faster than all our minds... A tireless intelligence that will never rest until cures and advancements are made.

Can't wait.

C

Elizabeth M
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AI alive and well
Elizabeth M   10/15/2013 8:54:12 AM
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This is interesting, Cabe. I always think of AI not as being part of the past but being alive and well, and this sort of project proves it. I think maybe it just hasn't gotten a lot of coverage but I think there are probably a lot of live AI projects going on. I think much of the focus, however, is in robotics now rather than pure AI. But I could be wrong.

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Computer street smarts
Rob Spiegel   10/15/2013 8:53:29 AM
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Here's an area of development that I didn't expect at all. I thought computers would endlessly be street dumb. Maybe not. Pretty soon Siri will add to the end of her comments, "Just saying."

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