Only humans, not computers, can learn or predict — TechCrunch

In late January, Nature magazine announced that a computer designed by Google’s DeepMind defeated a human master in the ancient Chinese board game, “Go.” This impressive achievement once again raised the expectations for a predicted future in which computers will have artificial intelligence. No matter which side of the debate one falls on, DeepMind’s achievement……

via Only humans, not computers, can learn or predict — TechCrunch

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One thought on “Only humans, not computers, can learn or predict — TechCrunch”

  1. Here, at Tana Daily Telegraph, we do share the point of view implied by the theme of this debate. Computers can only execute instructions as coded by the coder at the time of coding. And this is where the catch is; much as some coder somewhere would argue having ‘exhausted’ all available permutations and combinations to a problem at time of coding and therefore, technically, graduating a computer to a ‘super-human’ on a certain phenomenon, there still would be that one part in a million which would always make a computer vulnerable to human intelligence – making credible inferences from ‘newer’ scenarios. We appreciate your sharing on this discussion.

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