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Are you afraid of the new retirement age, and you better be afraid of the fact that the machines learned to think
Material posted: Publication date: 19-06-2018
Computers have always been something like chopper with electric adjustment and sensors — useful from the point of view tricked out with devices that make life easier, but without direct management do not in themselves able. Until then, until they came to the artificial intelligence...

When a machine with a primitive security system sees on the path an obstacle, she makes a decision like: "the Front of an obstacle, slowing down". When a machine with artificial intelligence sees the obstacle, it is a fraction of a second considering the situation in style: "Judging by the size it is obviously not post, especially since I'm on the pavement, and markings do not disappear. And it can't be, because this structure of the skeleton of humans never have.

Moving slowly, crawling, based on the shape of the body, the location of the nearest water source and season is the beaver, which crawls the road. Stopping distance in the process of slowing down will not allow you to drive around the obstacle. On the left lane no cars, traffic allows you to do maneuver this stretch of road. Rebuilt and back in my lane."

Notice the difference? And that's just what you do prototypes of cars that the manufacturer postpone for a few years. And desktop computers or robots-workers think better and make decisions faster and more precisely than a person can do, but still not tired!

In the short video, we will tell you about who first taught the machine to think, not to execute instructions on what programming language was first "smart" computers, which companies invest the most money in "artificial intelligence", and when thinking machines can outperform humans in all tasks.



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