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FEBRUARY 2019       TAP TIMES          -8-          “The machines have severe limitations
                                                                that we need to understand,” said Philip
                                                                Kellman, a UCLA distinguished professor
             Can AI distinguish a camel                         of psychology and a senior author of the
                   from a can opener?                           study. “We’re saying, ‘Wait, not so fast.’”




        LOS ANGELES—How smart is the form                       Machine vision has drawbacks
        of artifi cal intelligence known as                      Machine vision, he said, has drawbacks.
        “deep learning computer network”?                       In the fi rst experiment, the psychologists
                                                                showed one of the best deep learning
                                                                networks, called VGG-19, color images of
        Better, but not perfect                                 animals and objects.
        While recognition by AI has improved over
        the years, it still has a long way to go, ac-           The images had been altered. For exam-
        cording to a team of UCLA cognative psy-                ple, the surface of a golf ball was displayed
        chologists, as reported in PLOS Computa-                on a teapot; zebra stripes were placed on
        tional Biology.                                         a camel; and the pattern of a blue and red
                                                                argyle sock was shown on an elephant.
        Supporters have enthused about the abil-
        ity of deep learning networks to do many                VGG-19 ranked its top choices and chose
        traditional tasks and even jobs tradition-              the correct item as its fi rst choice for only
        ally done by humans.                                    fi ve of 40 objects.
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