Scientists Announce Development of Artificial Intelligence Could Soon Match

If “extrapolated to the entire Math SAT test”, it means it would’ve achieved a roughly 500 out of 800 score, which was the average for high school students across the United States. Geometry may be a bane for many students but an artificial intelligence system called GeoS appears competent in the subject. “Unlike the Turing Test, standardized tests such as the SAT provide us today with a way to measure a machine’s ability to reason and to compare its abilities with that of a human”, Etzioni said. Researchers say that the ability to solve SAT questions that the system has never seen before required an understanding of implicit relationships; ambiguous references; the relationships between diagrams and natural-language text; and assumptions that haven’t been stated in the question. “Creating a system…


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