How to solve AI’s “common sense” problem

Oct 2, 2022News

“In their new book Machines Like Us, computer scientists Ronald J. Brachman and Hector J. Levesque discuss their view and potential solution to this missing piece of the AI puzzle, which has eluded researchers for decades. In an interview with TechTalks, Brachman discussed what common sense is and isn’t, why machines don’t have it, and how “knowledge representation,” a concept that has been around for decades but has fallen by the wayside during the deep learning craze, can steer the AI community in the right direction.”

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