Google’s top AI scientists: We’re entering phase two

May 9, 2018 Tristan Greene


Some of Google’s top scientists today discussed the future of artificial intelligence and the message was one of tempered expectations – something we hadn’t seen much of at the Google I/O event. The field of artificial intelligence exists in two states which, upon first glance, appear diametrically opposed. In one, here in 2018, we have computers that can usually figure out what a cat looks like with only a few hints – something most toddlers can get right with near-perfect accuracy. Yet in the other state, fully autonomous vehicles and superhuman AI-powered diagnostic tools for doctors are functionally available now.…

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