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DateDate: 10-04-2019, 05:55

Scientists have conducted experiments to test how much artificial intelligence is smarter than man.
As an experimental, the researchers took the DeepMind neural network and decided to offer it to independently examine the school curriculum in mathematics, and also to perform tasks from the tenth grade level. Reports the edition about it "Today".
As a result, DeepMind failed the school test with disgrace, gaining 14 points out of 40. Most British students receive marks much higher.
Artificial intelligence was unable to adequately evaluate test assignments. If an ordinary schoolchild can easily recognize a huge number of numbers, letters and formulas, then this is given to a neural network with difficulty. Most of the time, DeepMind spent on character recognition, as well as translating information into a readable form for its own analysis spent a lot of energy.
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But still, artificial intelligence is able to solve a complex mathematical problem. For this, it must be presented in a special form so that the neural network does not spend its resources on recognition. In the meantime, the "visual" information is processed by neural networks with difficulty, which promises such distressing results.
Earlier it was reported that artificial intelligence has learned to predict death to the nearest second.
Thus, the case histories of half a million Britons aged 40 to 69 years were chosen as the material for the study.
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Researchers from the University of Nottingham began testing a self-learning algorithm that they had independently developed. This algorithm is able to assess the risks of premature death of a person suffering from chronic diseases. And also knows how to name almost the exact date of departure from a person’s life.
Half a million Britons aged 40 to 69 years of age were chosen for the study.
After comparing the data, it turned out that the neural network predicted human deaths more accurately than the system used by humans.





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