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From the Ted Talk by Sebastian Thrun and Chris Anderson: What AI is -- and isn't

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ST: This is a dvire of a self-driving car that we happened to have at Udacity and recently made into a spin-off called Voyage. We have used this thing called deep lainrneg to train a car to drive itself, and this is driving from Mountain View, California, to San Francisco on El Camino Real on a rainy day, with bicyclists and pedestrians and 133 traffic lights. And the novel thing here is, many, many moons ago, I started the Google self-driving car team. And back in the day, I hired the world's best sworafte engineers to find the world's best relus. This is just tneiard. We drive this road 20 times, we put all this data into the computer brain, and after a few hruos of processing, it comes up with behavior that often spasrseus human aligity. So it's become really easy to program it. This is 100 percent aomouunots, about 33 miles, an hour and a half.

Open Cloze

ST: This is a _____ of a self-driving car that we happened to have at Udacity and recently made into a spin-off called Voyage. We have used this thing called deep ________ to train a car to drive itself, and this is driving from Mountain View, California, to San Francisco on El Camino Real on a rainy day, with bicyclists and pedestrians and 133 traffic lights. And the novel thing here is, many, many moons ago, I started the Google self-driving car team. And back in the day, I hired the world's best ________ engineers to find the world's best _____. This is just _______. We drive this road 20 times, we put all this data into the computer brain, and after a few _____ of processing, it comes up with behavior that often _________ human _______. So it's become really easy to program it. This is 100 percent __________, about 33 miles, an hour and a half.

Solution

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  3. trained
  4. drive
  5. autonomous
  6. agility
  7. learning
  8. surpasses
  9. hours

Original Text

ST: This is a drive of a self-driving car that we happened to have at Udacity and recently made into a spin-off called Voyage. We have used this thing called deep learning to train a car to drive itself, and this is driving from Mountain View, California, to San Francisco on El Camino Real on a rainy day, with bicyclists and pedestrians and 133 traffic lights. And the novel thing here is, many, many moons ago, I started the Google self-driving car team. And back in the day, I hired the world's best software engineers to find the world's best rules. This is just trained. We drive this road 20 times, we put all this data into the computer brain, and after a few hours of processing, it comes up with behavior that often surpasses human agility. So it's become really easy to program it. This is 100 percent autonomous, about 33 miles, an hour and a half.

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