Artificial Intelligence Learns How Predictable Humans Are By Binge Watching

Watching videos for over 600 hours straight hardly pays off for humans, particularly once the headache and general degeneration of the body sets in. However, for an Artificial Intelligence created by MIT engineers, it resulted in the ability to predict human interactions. Is this a sign that the world is one step closer towards being ruled by AI overlords? As it turns out, the answer is no. According to GeekWire, the AI is nowhere near as good as humans are when it comes to predicting what will happen in a given scene where the choices for the resulting actions involve shaking hands, hugging, high-fiving, or kissing. The AI was able to predict the actions correctly by 43 percent, which is low compared to the human counterpart’s score of 72 percent.…


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