Dec. 12, 2023, 12:09 a.m. | /u/freehuntx

Artificial Intelligence

I often compare humans to ais and often see similarities. But for me making mistakes is super important and i like to do things wrong or unusual.
And by knowing how not to do it i learn alot.

Would this work for AIs to?

E.g. if an ai knows which shapes are not a cat, would it automatically be better at telling what a cat is? Or does it not matter and be just inperformant?

artificial concepts humans learn making mistakes work

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