A Catalogue of Skills AI Can Handle Today

Posted by Peter Rudin on 22. November 2019 in News

(AI) being an increasingly present part of our everyday lives. But, many of us would be quite surprised to learn of some of the AI-skills that are designed to provide convenience or improve human functionality:

Read and write; hear, understand and speak;
see, touch and move; play games, debate and create;
understand emotions and read your mind.

Many of these skills are steadily improved by ongoing AI-research. However, the human capacity to associate and to cross-relate skills remains unchallenged so far. Going from ‘Narrow AI’ to ‘Artificial General Intelligence’ will create new scenarios and challenges for our society at large.


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