Today’s AI systems have made impressive strides in domains ranging from image recognition to language processing. However, their lack of a robust foundation of common sense makes them susceptible to unpredictable and unhumanlike errors. In humans, “common sense” roughly refers to our broad knowledge about the world and the ability to adapt that knowledge so as to do the right thing in novel situations. In this presentation, focus will be on how common sense comes about in human intelligence, and the prospects for imbuing AI systems with such abilities.
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