New Computer Program Performs Better At SAT Than The Average High School Student

Researchers from Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) at the University of Washington have published a research paper on Monday, Sept. 21 unveiling GeoSolver or GeoS, a computer system that can beat students at responding correctly to SAT geometry questions. Scientists have used computer vision, natural language processing and a geometric solver to produce an artificial intelligence (AI) system that is as smart as the average 11th-grade student. GeoS has the capability for computational power as well as being able to perceive things the way humans can. With its natural language processing, it can combine abstract relationships to predict outcomes. The GeoS has managed to bring together multiple contrasting systems so that it can interpret them into words, graphs, formulas, and more. According to one of the researchers of the…


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