Facebook's next-gen AI will take a human view of the world - by thinking of itself

Tom Allen
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Google Glass failed, but Facebook is developing a new type of AI system to make its own foray into augmented reality a success
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Google Glass failed, but Facebook is developing a new type of AI system to make its own foray into augmented reality a success

AI today is very bad at understanding a first-person point of view. Facebook wants to change that, and hang the privacy concerns

AI systems are incredibly useful, but have no real sense of self. Even robots like those built by Boston Dynamics typically learn about the world from pictures and video shot by a third party, but Facebook...

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