CONCORD, Calif. — Machines today can do incredible things.
Computer algorithms are advanced enough to best world champions in chess or the multi-week champion on Jeopardy! If you ask that same chess-playing computer to a game of checkers, however, complications arise.
While said computer may excel at one task, using that same computing power to solve an equally or even less complex problem is the largest hurdle for artificial intelligence (AI) developers. During a discussion on how AI will effect mobilityAI at GoMentum Station‘s Redefining Mobility Summit on March 30, a series of speakers took on this question head on.
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