Images courtesy of Humans to Robots Lab / Brown University.
Scientists say human language developed around 50,000 years ago.
Looking at machine language, you can go back to the mid-1800s to the daughter of the poet, Lord Bryon. Ada Lovelace, the Countess of Lovelace, was a mathematician known for her work on Charles Babbage’s analytical engine. She’s considered to be the first person to create an algorithm for a machine.
Today in 2017, in what sounds like a scene from the lab in Westworld, a non-profit artificial intelligence (AI) research company, Open AI Lab, is teaching AI to create its own language; and the Human to Robots Lab at Brown University has created an algorithm that enables a robot called Iorek to ask for clarification if it doesn’t undertand what you asked for.
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