It turns out that humans use a wealth of background knowledge whenever we take on a new game. And this makes the...

It turns out that humans use a wealth of background knowledge whenever we take on a new game. And this makes the…

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It turns out that humans use a wealth of background knowledge whenever we take on a new game. And this makes the games significantly easier to play.

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Very interesting Article: Why humans learn faster than AI – for now.

A clever study of video games reveals how the background knowledge people take for granted gives us an edge over machine learning.

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/610434/why-humans-learn-faster-than-ai-for-now/

https://www.technologyreview.com/s/610434/why-humans-learn-faster-than-ai-for-now/

5 comments

  1. The most important lesson to be learned from this article is that deep reinforcement learning is not the future of AGI.

    Psychologists and educators have known about the requirements of human learning for decades if not centuries. It’s part of the well researched science of pedagogy.

  2. Louis Savain, I think that Pedro Domingo might argue that it may be a part of what we need and that mixing architectures is where we’re headed. I say I think that because I never did finish The Master Algorithm. Probably should.

  3. All hackable,but on human brain very late response so amends can be made

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