New model to identify 'blind spots' in AI systems developed by MIT researchers

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Model could be used to improve the safety of AI used by self-driving vehicles and autonomous robots

Artificial intelligence (AI) systems can sometimes miss important details and commit major errors. But researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Microsoft claim to have d...

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