Stanford University: Is This a Deer I See? Socially Aware AI Adapts by Asking Questions of Humans
Stanford University: Is This a Deer I See? Socially Aware AI Adapts by Asking Questions of Humans. “… artificial intelligence agents are still largely only as good as the data upon which they were trained. They don’t know what they don’t know. In the real world, people faced with unfamiliar situations and surroundings adapt by watching what others around them are doing and by asking questions… Experts in educational psychology call this ‘socially situated learning.’ Until now, AI agents have lacked this ability to learn on the fly, but researchers at Stanford University recently announced that they have developed artificially intelligent agents with the ability to seek out new knowledge by asking people questions.