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a) actually thought of
Microsoft has thrown open the doors to its AI Lab, a suite of beginner projects to help developers learn machine learning. There are five different experiments that cover computer vision, natural language processing, and drones. “Each lab gives you access to the experimentation playground, source code on GitHub, a crisp …
We're really off to a flying start with the idiotic comments today. This is a lab for noob AI developers wanting to get some understanding, and you're complaining it's not solving formerly unsolved problems?
>If this is AI then we have AI since the 80's.
Seriously? If a problem has already been solved by non-AI/ML means then solving it a new way is meaningless?
I hope when your kids get into coding and proudly show you their version of Pong you will tell them kindly, how useless their efforts are.
While I understand your arguments, I can't help but worry about the hype surrounding AI for decades with very little substance in the end.
The example cited in the article (and your Pong example) are all fine to learn programming, and some not trivial at all. But AI? I call BS.
Let's have a pint now.
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