The artificial intelligence that isn’t very intelligent

The artificial intelligence that isn't very intelligent
The artificial intelligence that isn’t very intelligent

Why does AI struggle with issues that should be easy to understand if it is intelligent enough to pass the bar exam? Yejin Choi, a computer scientist, researches ways to educate AI societal norms and values as well as human logic.

Regarding Yejin Choi

Professor of computer science at the University of Washington, Yejin Choi. She is also a MacArthur Fellow, a distinguished research fellow at the Institute for Ethics in AI at the University of Oxford, and the nonprofit Allen Institute for AI’s senior research director, where she is in charge of The Mosaic Project.

Choi shared two Test of Time Awards and five Best Paper Awards from prestigious AI academic conferences. She was recognized as one of the “10 to Watch” in AI by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in 2016 and won the first Alexa Prize Challenge in 2017. She was also co-recipient of the Borg Early Career Award in 2018.

Note: For this episode, host Manoush Zomorodi spoke with GPT-4, the most recent version of the Chat GPT interface’s large-language models that make up Open AI.

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