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HAS ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE REACHED THE VERBAL LEVEL OF 4-YEAR-OLDS?

Sloan2The short paper, “Verbal IQ of a Four-Year Old Achieved by an AI System” by Stellan Ohlsson (Psychology professor), Robert Sloan (CS professor and department head), György Turán (Mathematics Statistics and Computer Science professor) and Aaron Urasky (Mathematical Computer Science undergraduate) presented at the annual conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) has been the subject of numerous press articles. The UIC team found that a particular AI system from MIT obtained the score of an average 4-year-old child on the the Verbal IQ portion of the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence, Third Edition (WPPSI-III) IQ test. The AAAI paper is available from Professor Sloan’s home page; to read some of the media coverage, click on the links below:

Slate

UPI

Computer World

Live Science

Cnet

PC Magazine

Science World Report

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