Computer Scientist Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty | WIRED

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Moravec's paradox is the observation that many things that are difficult to do for robots to do come easily to humans, and vice versa. Stanford University professor Chelsea Finn has been tasked to explain this concept to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a grad student, and an expert.
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Brian Brennan
Brian Brennan Gün önce
The blonde teenager made me laugh out loud. He was just holding the question about robots taking over the world in, blurted it's out then seemed a bit bummed that it would be a very long time. The youth are here to say that this is not the dystopian hellscape they were promised in the terminator movies.
Bill
Bill Gün önce
I'd love to see a discussion between an AI expert, developmental psych expert, AND a neurologist.
Jason Caputo
Jason Caputo Gün önce
The game of chess is a great way to explain this concept that things easy for us are difficult for computers/robots: for humans, moving the pieces is easy, but finding the best move is difficult. For a computer, moving the pieces is difficult, but finding the best move is easy.
SteVeL
SteVeL Gün önce
I love how Juliette's brain immediately went to different scenarios when asked how easy it is to stack cups. Smart kid!
Kaitlyn Oddie
Kaitlyn Oddie Gün önce
“i can multiply big numbers” “okay four thousand one hundred fi-“ “no”
mista
mista Gün önce
I love that she said (the kid) it took her several days to learn how to stack the cups. Its true. It took her weeks and months to be able to hold the cup too. Considering she was a baby and she learned all these really easy looking tasks in years. I mean all of us humans
Jason Caputo
Jason Caputo Gün önce
Wow, topic wise this is my favorite so far! Great expert and students as usual, too. Love this series.
CJ
CJ 21 saatler önce
Didn’t expect to follow very far on this one, but actually understood a decent amount. Interesting parallels between human instruction ie prior knowledge, scaffolding, etc, and robotic instruction. Well done!
Tom de Groot
Tom de Groot Gün önce
Made it to level 5 with a decent understanding.
Stian
Stian Gün önce
that child is so intelligent! she's got such a bright future.
Jamal Wills
Jamal Wills Gün önce
I found the clip of the robot hand playing chess particularly funny. I’ve often thought about the difficulty of using a robot arm and cameras to manipulate physical chess pieces in addition to the usual algorithms for playing chess.
MommyDontSeeMe
MommyDontSeeMe Gün önce
It occurs to me as I watch that this isn't so much a computer problem with learning as it is a human problem with teaching. The computer uses the language and problem solving that it has been given by humans. Because the movements/tasks described here were learned fairly naturally in life, humans have not had the reason to break down all the separate pieces until they've needed to teach it to a robot. To flip it, how would a computer teach a human how to solve the large number multiplication problem mentioned early on, or chess, mentioned later? I'm guessing that it would be unlikely to do that, as it has no concept of our possible mental steps that are required to learn it. Fascinating video, really enjoyed. #5 Hit it on the nose - and it's telling that he considers himself at heart a developmental psychologist.
Patricia Torralba
Patricia Torralba 16 saatler önce
Wouldn't it be awesome if the sequence go backwards (like to professional goes first, and the kid goes last) and we (viewers) try to understand it. It becomes a self assessment as to our level of understanding.
Khalilah D.
Khalilah D. Gün önce
This escalated so quickly. Didn’t make it past the third explanation 😂
john kraemer
john kraemer Gün önce
Mike had the office next to mine in grad school. he's always been brilliant like this.
Shadan
Shadan Gün önce
This is an amazing series... 🙂
Nick Sigalas
Nick Sigalas Gün önce
Girl: “it’s easy for me to multiply big numbers”
Daniel Rieger
Daniel Rieger Gün önce
It so interesting hearing that the little girl took a few days to learn how to stack cups. We don’t even think about learning how to do tasks anymore
ShottY
ShottY Gün önce
WIRED should do genetic engineering next
M.Venkata Sashank
M.Venkata Sashank Gün önce
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