Friday, April 16, 2021

g-f(2)223 The Big Picture of Business Artificial Intelligence (4/16/2021), MIT Technology Review, Geoffrey Hinton has a hunch about what’s next for AI.


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A decade ago, the artificial-intelligence pioneer transformed the field with a major breakthrough. Now he’s working on a new imaginary system named GLOM.
  • Back in November, the computer scientist and cognitive psychologist Geoffrey Hinton had a hunch. After a half-century’s worth of attempts—some wildly successful—he’d arrived at another promising insight into how the brain works and how to replicate its circuitry in a computer.
  • Hinton thinks of GLOM (“Geoff’s Last Original Model.”) as a way to model human perception in a machine—it offers a new way to process and represent visual information in a neural network. 
  • Hinton hopes GLOM might be one of several breakthroughs that he reckons are needed before AI is capable of truly nimble problem solving—the kind of human-like thinking that would allow a system to make sense of things never before encountered; to draw upon similarities from past experiences, play around with ideas, generalize, extrapolate, understand.
  • GLOM is designed to sound philosophically plausible. But will it work?


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