Neural Networks 23 (4):466-470 (2010)

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Nello Cristianini
University of Bristol (PhD)
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Statistical approaches to Artificial Intelligence are behind most success stories of the field in the past decade. The idea of generating non-trivial behaviour by analysing vast amounts of data has enabled recommendation systems, search engines, spam filters, optical character recognition, machine translation and speech recognition, among other things. As we celebrate the spectacular achievements of this line of research, we need to assess its full potential and its limitations. What are the next steps to take towards machine intelligence?
Keywords artificial intelligence  cybernetics  autonomous agents  intelligent systems
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