Machine Learns To Predict Human Behavior By Watching TV, YouTube

Close Humans can easily anticipate the next actions in a TV show or clip, but artificial intelligence systems can’t. So what’s the best way for them to learn? By binge-watching videos, of course.  ( MITCSAIL | YouTube ) Advertisement It is second nature for us humans to anticipate the actions of other people. When we meet a friend, do we hug, bump fists or shake hands? Whichever it is, our intuition tells how to respond. For an artificial intelligence, however, it is much more complicated. These AI systems will find it difficult to make use of such complex knowledge, unless they are programmed. So how could AI systems learn human behavior then? By binge-watching TV shows and YouTube videos, as proven by a newly developed algorithm. A True Couch Potato…


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