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So what does that mean ?

  • Driving cars ? – Definitely

  • Image recognition, translation and similar tasks ? – Absolutely

  • Write like Shakespeare just by feeding all the plays to a neural network like the LSTM ? – Definitely not !

I see folks training deep Learning systems by feeding them Shakespeare plays and see what the AI can write. Good exercise, but is that something we would get an X Prize for ? Of course, that is putting the cart before the horse !

We don’t write just by memorizing the dictionary and Elements of Style !!

  • We write because we have a story to tell.

  • The story comes before writing;

  • Experience & imagination comes before a story …

  • A good story requires both the narrative power as well as a powerful content with it’s own anti-climax, and of course the hanging chads ;o)

  • Which the current AI systems do not possess …

  • Already we have robots (Google Atlas) that can walk like a human – leaving aside the the goofy gait – which, of course, is mainly a mechanical/balance problem than an AI challenge

  • Robots can drive way better than a human

  • They translate a lot better than humans can (Of course language semantics is a lot more mechanical than storytelling)

  • Robots and AI machines do all kinds of stuff 

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