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I might be wrong, but I do not believe that something of the scope you describe would be possible with the current state of technology. It would require a lot of things which are still in relatively early stages of research. For one, just extracting relevant information from text is a huge task by itself. Doubly so with a novel which contains a large amount ...


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I remember a problem similar to this https://vladris.com/puzzles/facebook/puzzle_master/snack/breathalyzer.html this is given as a problem in facebook engineering puzzles. But i doubt that it is not much of a machine learning/AI problem. you could implement an algorithm that converts each word into a set of its characters , then pick the word in your ...


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According to Ray Kurzweil, a prominent AI researcher, yes. In his book The Singularity is Near he predicts that AIs will take over developing other AIs in about 30 years, after which human intelligence will become marginalised.


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Generally agree with @Inquisitive Lurker, but I think we also have a wide range of potential abilities/requirements. As with computer chess or Go, where there's a big difference between "beating an honest novice human " and "beating all humans"; there's a big difference between solving a simple kids' mystery and a complex adult novel. So I don't think there ...


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