ul0023-0901eLearningworld News from Denmark

Research, which recently was published in Nature from Aahus University, shows that Artificial Intelligence is slow to solve problems in comparison with humans. Both because it comes up with too many solutions and also trying to make the solution too perfect. Humans has with this in mind a benefit to outperform computers when it comes to speed and efficiency in problem solving e.g. in games, namely, by using intuition. Jacob Friis Sherson, a physicist and a member of the research team comment: “The big surprise we had was that some of the players actually had solutions that were of high quality and of shorter duration than any computer algorithms could find.”  The research result is based on 12 000 plays and the goal is to build a quantum computer that are using a more human-like method for problem-solving. Source: ScienceAtHome development headquarters at Aarhus University