Lifelogging and fiction can teach computers to see how we see

Lifelogging and fiction can teach computers to see how we see


Artur Debat/Getty “WHAT am I doing now? How about now? And now?” University students have been popping GoPro video cameras on their heads and filming a first-person view of their daily lives, then asking a computer to interpret it. Vain though it may sound, the exercise has a point. Researchers want artificial intelligences to understand us better – and teaching them to see the world through our eyes is a good place to start. “It allows us to indirectly tap into human minds,
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