Artificial Intelligence: Algorithms That Make Machines Intuitive

Home › Uncategorized › Artificial Intelligence: Algorithms That Make Machines Intuitive By Dick Weisinger Slowly, computers are being taught intuition and reasoning.  An example of an early success of this work is an algorithm developed by Max Kanter and his thesis advisor, Kalyan Veeramachaneni, at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).  The algorithm called the Data Science Machine, tries to find buried patterns in data analysis that typically would require guidance requiring human intuition. The MIT algorithm was entered in three competitions, pitted against human teams, for making predictions from data sets.  The algorithm performed better than 615 of the 906 teams that participated, and of the three trials, came in with accuracy ratings of 94, 96 and 87.  The algorithm, when used in the trials, took anywhere from two…


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