Étiquette : promises

«Neural nets are just thoughtless fuzzy pattern recognizers, and as useful as fuzzy pattern recognizers can be—hence the rush to integrate them into just about every kind of software—they represent, at best, a limited brand of intelligence, one that is easily fooled. A deep neural net that recognizes images can be totally stymied when you change a single pixel, or add visual noise that’s imperceptible to a human. Indeed, almost as often as we’re finding new ways to apply deep learning, we’re finding more of its limits. Self-driving cars can fail to navigate conditions they’ve never seen before. Machines have trouble parsing sentences that demand common-sense understanding of how the world works.Deep learning in some ways mimics what goes on in the human brain, but only in a shallow way—which perhaps explains why its intelligence can sometimes seem so shallow».

Source : Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony? – MIT Technology Review

«Au-delà du sort d’un acteur historique – si prestigieux soit-il –, l’IA promet la révolution, mais elle est encore en enfance. Pour grandir, il lui faudra réussir non seulement le pari de l’industrialisation mais aussi celui de l’opinion et des politiques.Tous engagés dans la course, les géants du numérique cristallisent les inquiétudes et savent qu’ils seront de plus en plus comptables des conséquences sociétales que laissent entrevoir les prouesses de cette technologie pas comme les autres».

Source : Watson, le savant calcul d’IBM

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