Study Suggests The Better the Data, the Better the AI
Brigham Young University computer science professor David Wingate recently noted that as humans we know intuitively about the interplay of certain verbs and certain nouns.
For example, when you walk into a room and you see a chair, your brain will tell you that you can sit in it, lift it up, move it, etc. But you wouldn't consider drinking it, promoting it, or unlocking it, according to Wingate. That intuition, for the most part, doesn't exist with computer artificial intelligence agents, who are good at identifying objects, but less so in knowing what to do with them.