Date: June 15, 2017
- Humans are generally pretty good at relational reasoning, a kind of thinking that uses logic to connect and compare places, sequences, and other entities.
- Saenko adds that a relation network could one day help study social networks, analyze surveillance footage, or guide autonomous cars through traffic.
- The new study proposes a way to bridge the gap: an artificial neural network for relational reasoning.
- These everyday questions require relational reasoning, an important component of higher thought that has been difficult for artificial intelligence (AI) to master.
- He and his team challenged their relation network with several tasks.
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