Magnus Arveng: "I have no doubt that technology is going to drastically change the world we live in. And I think we live in one of the most interesting time periods of humankind to be alive. But whether or not our technological advancements are exclusively for the better remains an open question"
First, they beat us at chess. Then it was Go. Now it’s basic reading comprehension. The robots are coming. Alibaba says its deep neural network model has outscored humans in a global reading test, paving the way for the underlying technology to reduce the need for human input. The Chinese tech giant's research unit, Institute of Data Science of Technologies (IDST), said it had developed a deep-learning model that attained a score of 82.44 in Exact Match on the Stanford Question Answering Dataset (SQuAD). Humans had clocked a previous score of 82.304, it said.
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