Thursday, June 09, 2005

Future of AI

Starting grad school this fall for computer science. There are several concentrations available and I was looking at artificial intelligence. It appears to be frustatingly needing innovation, and I think it will be coming soon with the memory-prediction framework.

Is it worthwhile to study traditional AI concepts if we're finally realizing that they're useless for machine intelligence?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Matt, I can see that you are Mr. Popular in Blogsphere...I want to see how long it will be before you realize that I have posted a note to you blog. The world of AI is becoming more and more important to me as I attempt to formulate ideas and concept around AI. In the world of information where we are being inundated with too much of it, there has to be a solution that will allow us to receive only that information that we desire when we desire it. Maybe you will be able to assist? :)

7:38 PM  
Blogger Matt said...

Hey there, anonymous. The problem you mention is broad with many potential solutions. At best, we can come up with a hack to filter information in a seemingly intelligent manner. The future of AI lies in a machine intelligence that can learn to handle any problem.

7:56 PM  

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