Swedish Computer Can Score 150 on an IQ Quiz

Recent programs which handle these types of problems generally score below 100. Claes Strannegård, researcher at the Gothenburg Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, recently achieved a breakthrough by deciding to design a smarter program, one which was designed with a model of certain traits of human psychology as well as pattern recognition algorithms. “We’re trying to make programs that can discover the same types of patterns that humans see.” he says.

They’re getting smarter.  Just your daily dose of “be ready”.  Good article!

via Gizmag

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One Response to Swedish Computer Can Score 150 on an IQ Quiz

  1. It can score 150 on an IQ test because it is designed to answer those sorts of questions.

    But it still can't hold a conversation or have an original thought.