We thought meaningful texts were our domain, chatbots proved us wrong, says machine learning scientist

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The Slovak Spectator

“I think people believed that both language and meaningful text were their domain. With difficult things like folding proteins, or playing complicated games like chess, it is not surprising an AI can do that,” says Michal Valko, Slovak machine learning scientist at DeepMind in Paris. The company is part of Google and specializes in the research of artificial intelligence This article is supported by the ESET Foundation, whose annual ESET Science Award recognises exceptional scientists. “However, with chatbots, it turns out that it is not as difficult as we thought,” he says about why people we…

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