AI Gets a Brain

  title={AI Gets a Brain},
  author={J. Barr and Luis-Felipe Cabrera},
  pages={24 - 29}
In the 50 years since John McCarthy coined the term artificial intelligence, much progress has been made toward identifying, understanding, and automating many classes of symbolic and computational problems that were once the exclusive domain of human intelligence. Much work remains in the field because humans still significantly outperform the most powerful computers at completing such simple tasks as identifying objects in photographs - something children can do even before they learn to… Expand
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