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Writer Fuel: Scientists Create AI Models That Can Train Each Other – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

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The next evolution in artificial intelligence (AI) could lie in agents that can communicate directly and teach each other to perform tasks, research shows.

Scientists have modeled an AI network capable of learning and carrying out tasks solely on the basis of written instructions. This AI then described what it learned to a “sister” AI, which performed the same task despite having no prior training or experience in doing it.

The first AI communicated to its sister using natural language processing (NLP), the scientists said in their paper published March 18 in the journal Nature.

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