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Can You Teach Artificial Intelligence To Evolve? Here’s The Answer | Innovation Discoveries

We all have heard about artificial intelligence. It is the AI that powers a lot of things around you already, whether it is facial recognition or your car identifying pedestrians close to it. Nonetheless, the problem or rather the limiting factor of artificial intelligence as of right now is that it cannot evolve. The problem is known as Moravec’s paradox.

It has been named after the scientists who first articulated the problem. Hans Moravec wrote, ‘it is comparatively easy to make computers exhibit adult level performance on intelligence tests or playing checkers, and difficult or impossible to give them the skills of a one-year-old when it comes to perception and mobility.

That is because the basic three-year-old abilities are a result of evolution whereas the AI takes its learning from the coding. What Moravec suggested was that we should apply the idea of evolution to artificial intelligence and have it mimic the human brain so that it is able to grow.

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