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Google claims to be close to achieving 'human-level' AI

Google-owned UK company DeepMind could be on the verge of achieving human-level artificial intelligence (AI). Nando de Freitas, a DeepMind research scientist and professor of machine learning at Oxford University, has said that “the game is up” when it comes to solving the toughest challenges in the race to achieve artificial general intelligence (AGI). , that is , a machine or software that has the ability to understand or learn any intellectual task that a human being can perform, and to do so without training.

An AI 5.0

This new AI has been able to complete 604 different tasks ‘in a wide range of environments’, using a single neural network: a computer system with interconnected nodes that works like nerve cells in the human brain: like neurons.

It has the ability to do things like chat, caption images, stack blocks with a real robotic arm, and even play the 1980s Atari home video game console , DeepMind claims.

The game is over

However, the expert has admitted that humanity is still far from creating an AI that can pass the Turing test, an examination of a machine’s ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to or indistinguishable from that of a human.

The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race, famous British astrophysicist Stephen Hawking said.

Reference: BBC/TheNextWeb

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