Google’s AI can now navigate the London Underground on its own

The study, published in the Nature journal, tasked DeepMind with finding the quickest route between stations on the Underground. It also had to work out its destination when told to travel on a particular route from a stop, such as “two stations north of Victoria,” the Guardian reports. The work was led by Alex Graves, a research scientist developing DeepMind in London. It has been heralded as a significant step towards a future of intelligent machines that are able to reason on their own. Graves played down the impact of his study though, noting it’s currently too early to say DeepMind is able to reason in a way humans can recognise. “I’m wary of saying now we have a machine that can reason,” he said to the Guardian. “We have…


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