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Game theory has been applied to everything from war to biology. But a new project is putting it to use in closing the gap between robots and humans. Researchers in London and Singapore are using game theory to give robots the ability to understand human behavior. In doing so, these robots will hopefully be able to not only anticipate what might happen next but respond to human movements in a way very similar to how a human would respond.

The practice of game theory is popular in situations where experts need to identify and predict another party’s behavior. With robots, researchers hope that building in game theory will help them better interact with humans in situations like sports training and physical rehabilitation.

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It takes a doctor more than a decade of schooling and training before they can finally achieve a medical license. But now computers are participating in similar training, using artificial intelligence to help medical professionals while they work.

Before humans start worrying that robots will replace actual doctors, though, the plan is to use A.I. as a supplement to the work medical professionals do, not a substitute. Machines have the ability to gradually learn the decision-making functions that are an important part of diagnosing and treating disease.

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Wednesday, 14 November 2018 00:00

Art Vs. Artifice

If people could accurately predict the value of a work of art before the creator becomes noticed and famous, Vincent Van Gogh would have succeeded in dying a rich man -- instead of leaving this world having never sold a single painting.

Is the next big thing in the world of art a creator known as...Artificial Intelligence (AI)? Or, possibly, Alle Geax-Rhythm?

If a recent sale of a machine-generated portrait is indication, the possibilities in that general direction look encouraging. The seemingly unfinished work (so much the better to leave something to the imagination) recently sold at auction for $432,500 -- almost 45 times higher than its estimate, says Christie's, the auction house that facilitated the sale.

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