Robots and Technology: Human Right and Wrong Could Be Book Learnings For Robots

Artificial intelligence (AI) can possibly be taught right and wrong by reading story scenarios, researchers recently said in a presentation at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. (Photo : Flickr: Brian J. Matis) As we move rapidly toward greater technology use, some are concerned that artificial intelligence (AI) will mean that robots eventually will harm humans. Georgia Institute of Technology researchers have an idea that they think will combat this effect: Robots can be taught human ideas of right and wrong, they think, by being trained to read stories and learn how to behave in a human society. The scientists presented their technique, called “Quixote,” at the American Association for the Advancement of Science’s 2016 annual meeting, earlier this week.  Share This Story Related…


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