Source: PC World
December 23, 2016
You shouldn't anthropomorphize computers: They don't like it.
That joke is at least as old as Deep Blue's 1997 victory over then world chess champion Garry Kasparov, but even with the great strides made in the field of artificial intelligence over that time, we're still not much closer to having to worry about computers' feelings.
Computers can analyze the sentiments we express in social media, and project expressions on the face of robots to make us believe they are happy or angry, but no one seriously believes, yet, that they "have" feelings, that they can experience them.
Other areas of AI, on the other hand, have seen some impressive advances in both hardware and software in just the last 12 months.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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