In an amazing turn of events, researchers at Washington State University have created computers that could teach other computers, and they're starting with Pac-Man. That's just the beginning.
Knowledge transfer is a skill we humans have over our computer overlords but I guess not for long. Dr. Matthew E. Taylor, professor of Artificial Intelligence at WSU, developed a method that allows a "teacher" computer to give advice to a "student" computer in a way that mimics how you might teach a fellow human.
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There is no doubt that over recent years we have all become extremely reliant on mobile technology. People these days have not just one but multiple mobile devices to their names. It’s not just adults that have them either, as it was in years gone by. These days, youngsters that have not even reached their teens have mobile devices that they use on a daily basis. So, what exactly is behind this obsession? Read more