The generic objective of maximizing reward is enough to drive behavior that exhibits most abilities studied in natural and artificial intelligence.
Journal of Artificial Intelligence From ACM Opinion | June 8, 2021
Researchers and developers racing to make deep learning available to different applications need to actively seek out and address security challenges before they...TechTalks From ACM Opinion | June 3, 2021
With 90% of the 2020 U.S. general election ballot contents verifiable by paper, why do only 65% of voters trust the results?
Rebecca T. Mercuri, Peter G. Neumann From Communications of the ACM | June 1, 2021
Mariarosaria Taddeo, an associate professor and senior research fellow at the Oxford Internet Institute and Dstl Ethics Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute, discusses...Nature From ACM Opinion | May 13, 2021
The secret to making a qubit for future quantum computers might depend on knowing how to tie knots in unusual materials, argues quantum physicist Charlie Marcus...Quanta Magazine From ACM Opinion | May 11, 2021
Harvard Medical University Professor Gabriel Kreiman provides an account of how humans and animals process visual data and how far techno come toward replicating...TechTalks From ACM Opinion | May 10, 2021
Exploratory learning, the kind that is exhibited by children, might better inform AI development than the habitual learning processes employed by adults, according...The New York Times From ACM Opinion | May 4, 2021