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It might be of note to comment/update that the SuperGLUE benchmark, which is a suite of common sense reasoning tasks, incorporates the aforementioned Winnograd Schema challenge, among other tests that are said to be reflective of natural language understanding (as opposed to simply its processing or the optimal statistical generation of language). The most ...


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Disclaimer: The intent of this answer is to suggest a a parallel between methods of acting and machine learning, both in intent and application, and theory. A large number of links are included for the convenience of readers new to the field, and there is not an exact correspondence of AI concepts to acting preparation techniques. In my prior answer, I ...


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The great acting teacher Stella Adler wrote about mannerisms being a powerful tool for actors. Method acting in general focuses on natural performances based roughly on understanding the mindset of the character portrayed. It's possible actors who have portrayed androids have observed industrial robots to inform their physicality, and many performances ...


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To avoid a repetitive answer that has been already spoken about such as absurdly high iterative ability or it being able to create another AGI system and multiplying or anything sci-fi like - there is one line of thought I feel people do not speak enough about. Our human senses are extremely limited i.e. we can see objects only when light from within the ...


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There have been studies in University of Oregon and Kyoto University to be able to visualise thoughts and dreams on a screen using voxel values of an FMRI scan as input and an estimation of an image of the thoughts as the output. Instead of linking you to these studies and papers - you could just watch this episode of mind field where both these studies are ...


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Direct Answer to the OP's Question "Have any AI's been able to decode human vision 'thoughts'" ~ Albert (Stack Exchange user, OP) This is technology that can produce pictures of what the user is thinking about through scanning a brain. "Is anyone aware where I can find this?" ~ Albert (Stack Exchange user, OP) Emotiv is the most accessible commercial ...


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