Why Scientists are Training AI to Take Standardized Tests

by Robert Montenegro We’re generally pretty good at creating computer software that can accomplish simple tasks on a large scale. Take, for example, the search option on your computer. Just input a search term such as “blueberry muffins” and every document on your hard drive featuring those words pops up in an instant, most vitally that important recipe you —  for whatever reason — stored in your SNES emulator folder (what were you thinking?). A task that would have taken hours for a human — filtering through every folder for the recipe — is accomplished in seconds. As software creators, we’ve got that down pat. The future of AI and machine learning is going to be a lot more impressive than your run-of-the-mill muffin finder. The only reason we’re not…


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