AI is Being Mutated to Get Faster

For decades, artificial intelligence has been seeking to mimic humans and nature. The main goal here is to create systems that have the ability to make decisions like humans. As such, most AI systems are brain-inspired, and scientists behind it have always attempted to mimic neural networks, a term borrowed from biology. With computers now able to think like humans, computer scientists are now focused on a different goal as they seek to revise artificial intelligence by transitioning it into smarter and more efficient systems. Initially, most of the research was devoted to training AI through machine learning to enable algorithms to learn how to recognize objects and how to perform basic tasks. Now that this has been achieved, these techniques are being deployed to create more advanced systems that can work autonomously without human intervention.


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