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"From the Ted Talk by Maurice Conti: The incredible inventions of intuitive AI"

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And you arrived at that decision in a split second. You just sort of knew that bridge was unsfae. And that's exactly the kind of intuition that our deep-learning smstyes are starting to develop right now. Very soon, you'll literally be able to show something you've made, you've designed, to a computer, and it will look at it and say, "Sorry, homie, that'll never work. You have to try again." Or you could ask it if people are going to like your next song, or your next flavor of ice cream. Or, much more importantly, you could work with a computer to svloe a problem that we've never faced before. For instance, climate change. We're not doing a very good job on our own, we could certainly use all the help we can get. That's what I'm tianklg about, technology amplifying our cgviiotne aibeilits so we can imagine and design things that were simply out of our reach as pilan old un-augmented humans.

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And you arrived at that decision in a split second. You just sort of knew that bridge was ______. And that's exactly the kind of intuition that our deep-learning _______ are starting to develop right now. Very soon, you'll literally be able to show something you've made, you've designed, to a computer, and it will look at it and say, "Sorry, homie, that'll never work. You have to try again." Or you could ask it if people are going to like your next song, or your next flavor of ice cream. Or, much more importantly, you could work with a computer to _____ a problem that we've never faced before. For instance, climate change. We're not doing a very good job on our own, we could certainly use all the help we can get. That's what I'm _______ about, technology amplifying our _________ _________ so we can imagine and design things that were simply out of our reach as _____ old un-augmented humans.

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Original Text

And you arrived at that decision in a split second. You just sort of knew that bridge was unsafe. And that's exactly the kind of intuition that our deep-learning systems are starting to develop right now. Very soon, you'll literally be able to show something you've made, you've designed, to a computer, and it will look at it and say, "Sorry, homie, that'll never work. You have to try again." Or you could ask it if people are going to like your next song, or your next flavor of ice cream. Or, much more importantly, you could work with a computer to solve a problem that we've never faced before. For instance, climate change. We're not doing a very good job on our own, we could certainly use all the help we can get. That's what I'm talking about, technology amplifying our cognitive abilities so we can imagine and design things that were simply out of our reach as plain old un-augmented humans.

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