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Comfreak | Pixabay.com A sophisticated negotiating software developed at Facebook invented its own internal language, indecipherable to humans but makes complete sense to AI agents.
AI can drive cars, play games, fall in love, inspire us (or be inspired by us!), and conduct many other human tasks. While they exhibit some human traits, there are pointed differences.
For example, given deep learning’s susceptibility to adversarial examples, clearly, machines see things much differently than we do.
Still, machines have already shown their ability to acquire new skills–sometimes even without human input.
Facebook’s AI invents its own language, is promptly shut down.Click To Tweet
Last year, researchers at Google’s NMTS (Neural Machine Translation System) found out the neural networks they’ve been training have invented an interlingua.
Google’s AI model bypassed English, as a bridge language, to translate directly Korean to Japanese and vice versa, though it had never been trained to.
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