Nightmare Machine at CSIRO is slowly but surely learning how to terrify humans

71 reading now The prospect of artificial intelligence is scary enough for some, but Manuel Cebrian Ramos at CSIRO’s Data61 is teaching machines how to terrify humans on purpose. Dr Cebrian and his colleagues Pinar Yanardag and Iyad Rahwan at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed the Nightmare Machine. More News Videos Previous slide Next slide Computers programmed to scare humans Scientists at CSIRO and MIT have designed the ‘Nightmare Machine’ which uses algorithms to convert normal images into ones designed to terrify humans. This is an artificial intelligence algorithm that is teaching a new generation of computers not only what terrifies human beings, but also how to create new images to scare us. It spontaneously produces zombie faces and can transform images of places into nightmare scenarios. The entrance to Luna Park in…


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