Building a better 'bot': Artificial intelligence helps human groups

When humans work together with not-very-smart robots, they’re better at solving problems than when they work only with other people, new research says. The finding could help boost productivity in digital workplaces. And it’s a step towards understanding an automated future where bots might actually help people make better decisions. Of course, that’s probably what the creators of Skynet thought, too. Welcome to our automated future Our automated future has already arrived — at least, to some extent. Algorithms and smart devices help people choose what to buy, what to read, what to watch, and which roads to take. But social scientists Nicholas Christakis and Hirokazu Shirado at Yale University wanted to understand what this means on a... Continue reading…

Building a better 'bot': Artificial intelligence helps human groups

Artificial intelligence doesn't have to be super-sophisticated to make a difference in people's lives, according to a new Yale University study. Even "dumb AI" can help human groups.

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Even ‘dumb AI’ can supercharge human activity and efficiency, study reprots

Two heads are better than one.

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