Research at Stanford may lead to computers that understand humans

After decades of trial and error, artificial intelligence applications that aim to understand human language are slowly starting to lose some of their brittleness. Now, a simple mathematical model developed by two psychologists at Stanford University could lead to further improvements, helping transform computers that display the mere veneer of intelligence into machines that truly understand what we are saying. .. Continue Reading Research at Stanford may lead to computers that understand humansSection: Research WatchTags: Artificial Intelligence, Siri, Stanford University Related Articles: Software indentifies emotions in human speech The anytime, interuptable universal intelligence test for people and computers Can a machine think? Almost! Second lease of life: researchers develop online character with reasoning abilities Douglass Engelbart - father of the mouse Mathematical model accurately predicts which couples will divorce

Research at Stanford may lead to computers that understand humans

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New math model by Stanford researchers can help computers avoid communication breakdowns

In a new paper, Stanford researchers describe a mathematical model they created that helps predict pragmatic reasoning and may eventually lead to the manufacture of machines that can better ...

Wed 30 May 12 from Eurekalert

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