- Researchers have successfully given AI a curiosity implant, which motivated it to explore a virtual environment.
- This could be the bridge between AI and real world application
Researchers at the University of California (UC), Berkeley, have produced an artificial intelligence (AI) that is naturally curious.
- While the AI that was not equipped with the curiosity ‘upgrade’ banged into walls repeatedly, the curious AI explored its environment in order to learn more.
- This is a useful and effective strategy for teaching AI to complete specific tasks — as shown by the AI who beat the AlphaGo world number one — but less useful when you want a machine to be autonomous and operate outside of direct commands.
- This is crucial step to integrating AI into the real world and having it solve real world problems because, as Agrawal says, “rewards in the real world are very sparse.”
Researchers have successfully given AI a curiosity implant, which motivated it to explore a virtual environment.
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