Facebook’s AI accidentally created its own language

Tech 19-6-2017 The Next Web 37

Researchers from the Facebook Artificial Intelligence Research lab (FAIR) recently made an unexpected discovery while trying to improve chatbots. The bots — known as “dialog agents” — were creating their own language. Using machine learning algorithms, dialog agents were left to converse freely in an attempt to strengthen their conversational skills. Over time, the bots began to deviate from the scripted norms and in doing so, started communicating in an entirely new language — one they created without human input. In an attempt to better converse with humans, chatbots took it a step further and got better at communicating without…

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