Unanimous AI treats humans like bees to make decisions

Just 100 days until TNW Conference Europe 2016. Find out more!The term ‘artificial intelligence’ tends to be associated with the idea of technology that can think like a human, or software assistants like Google Now. But can a group of humans outsmart computers and individual experts by using their collective knowledge and intuition? That’s the idea behind Unanimous A.I. Dr. Louis Rosenberg, the CEO of Unanimous AI, has been busy pitching ‘collective intelligence’ in a series of guest articles on publications including recently The Next Web, but is it any good? Rosenberg has a background in human-computer interaction but says that he started to find groups more interesting than individuals. Thus he started Unanimous A.I. on the premise that groups of people are really smart, in a similar way to a swarm of bees whose collective intelligence…


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