Machine Learning Is Not Real Learning Argues a New Paper
Machine learning is not real learning — machine learning would appear to be a misleading phrase, maybe as a result we need to re-think our understanding of AI; at least these are the implications of a recently published paper
Artificial intelligence is a misleading phrase, or so many argue. It is misleading because there is nothing intelligent about it; it conjures up images of a machine looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger on a hunt for Sarah Connor, when in fact, the reality is a machine that is lacking in any form of intelligence. Machine learning by contrast, goes the argument, is altogether different. Except a new paper argues that machine learning is not real learning.
In a recently published paper, Selmer Bringsjord, Naveen Sundar Govindarajulu, Shreya Banerjee and John Hummel questioned whether even the phrase machine learning really means what it suggests. READ MORE ON: INFORMATION AGE