AI learns language through the experience of a single child in groundbreaking study

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In a groundbreaking study published in the journal Science, researchers have developed a machine learning model that mimics the way children learn language, offering new insights into early language acquisition. Using video and audio recordings from a young child’s perspective, the model successfully learned to associate words with visual objects, a feat that sheds light on the mysterious process of how children begin to understand and use language. Understanding how children learn language has long been a fascinating subject for scientists and educators alike. At the heart of this is the phen…

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