Steve Wozniak: Machines are Starting to Act More Like People

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has suggested developments in understanding human communication means artificial intelligence now holds the potential to eliminate the need for private car ownership. Speaking at the Future Transport Summit in Sydney on Monday, Wozniak said interacting with computers has become very similar to interacting with humans. Try Newsweek: Subscription offers “Our machines are starting to act more like people. They kind of understand handwritten human dialogue,” Wozniak said. “I can have a thought in my head and speak it—just say ‘what’s the fastest route from here to there,’ or ‘navigate to there,’ or ‘how many mountains are there in Australia’—I can ask questions and it speaks back like it’s a person, not a computer. “And that’s why we start to think, well it’s doing things that people…


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