MIT Researchers Train Computers To Anticipate Human Behavior With The Help Of A Television …

It’s no secret, artificial intelligence (AI) is capable of doing unimaginable things, however understanding how human behave is not one of those, but a team at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory is keen on changing that. Advertisement Advertisement Their wonder drug? Television. Basically, researchers turned computers into sofa spuds by dishing out 600 hours of footage from some of the most popular TV shows including “Desperate Housewives,” “Scrubs” and “The Office,” NPR reported. Every clip was made to conclude with either one of the four actions: a hug, a kiss, a high five or a handshake. The computer was then challenged to predict which of the four aforementioned actions was about to happen. With the aid of learning algorithm, the artificially intelligent test subjects successfully predicted the appropriate action…


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