3 hurdles hurting the advancement of Artificial Intelligence
Gaurav SangwaniJan 24, 2017, 03.05 PM
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We’re not even in the infant stage of the AI technology, to develop and gain more from the concept we’ll have to get through these hurdles soon. After all, “Technology delayed is technology denied.”
Data and AI
We as a whole realize that artificial intelligence needs data to find out about the world, yet we frequently ignore how much data is involved. These systems don't simply require more information than humans to comprehend ideas or recognize features; they require hundreds of thousands circumstances. At this moment data resembles coal in the early years of the Industrial Revolution.
Confronted with a challenge, a decision making system must depend on a few rules or, all the more by and large, a model that communicates connections among perceptions, and system activities. A few strategies have been studied for dynamically fabricating representations of the world that are custom made to perceived challenges. Framing a decision problem has resisted formalization. We have far to go in our comprehension of standards for tractably figuring out what distinctions and dependencies will be relevant given a situation.
Continual learning about the environment and about the viability of problem solving is critical for systems situated in complex, dynamic environments, particularly when systems may meander into one of a few specific environmental niches. We have to better see how we can endow our systems with consciousness of having adequate or inadequate knowledge about particular types of problems so they can distribute suitable resources for exploration and dynamic learning.
It appears that we are still far from making a machine that can match the dark matter between our ears. However, we should recollect that it took us many years of advancement to understand the unprecedented machine that is our human mind.