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In recent years, the phrase "artificial intelligence" is a normal phenomenon in media titles. Various systems based on artificial intelligence have been equated with humans in many fields.
Machines won cyber athletes in video games, came to scientific discoveries, and recently learned to understand languages better than humans.
Who is the author of a new artificial intelligence program
This new program was developed by China's large conglomerate "Alibaba" based on the MS MARKO database, a company within Microsoft.
This, roughly, is a comprehensive database that collects the real requirements that users have sent to the Bing search system. It is precisely on request and formulations in various languages that "train" artificial intelligence.
How to train artificial intelligence
Everything is actually very simple. The program should process a large number of websites to answer the question "What is a corporation?". Relying on the formulation of user requests, as well as variants of responses, the system has developed an algorithm to formulate a response.
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It is interesting that the answers to the system are not "displayed". He must "guess" which version is correct. In other words, people have studied machines for "bugs".
In this case, the phrase is true: "A corporation is a company or group of people empowered to act as an integrated organization recognized as such at the legislative level."
When the time comes for inspection, the system and people ask the same question, which machine responds faster.
And not only that, artificial intelligence is better than humans giving the correct answers in other languages (and not only for those where the questions are asked).
Why is that necessary?
According to one vice president of Alibaba, Lu Sia, this new algorithm has a bright future.
"Artificial intelligence will enable the development of readers to communicate with online buyers or Internet service providers at an early stage. In addition, this will be a key element in improving search engine operations and translation programs. However, we are still far from real communication with machines. Most algorithms answer questions by relying on facts, but, unlike humans, they don't have reasoning skills. It's not bad to add that function in the future, "Lu Si said.