Independent AI Although it is already a bad form - to mention last year's Alpha Go and a man in the first paragraph, let's start with this example. He is interested in us because this is perhaps the first adequate case of "self-learning AI". There are many other examples, but to this day they have not left the laboratories and are generally unknown to the general public.
On February 25, 2015, the Luka app appeared in the App Store - a bot that tracks tastes and habits, and then recommends a suitable restaurant or cafe. Soon an entertainment assistant, a news search engine, a game chat bot were added to the main robot. In the fall of 2016, a startup Luka announced a service for creating a special bot - an exact digital copy of a person who will “live” after you and will completely replace you on the Internet.
Cyber journalist versus bio journalist: still a draw In May 2015, Scott Horsley, an NPR correspondent in the White House and a former business journalist, challenged the Automated Insights Wordsmith writing algorithm. “We wanted to know,” writes NPR, “how our best pen will show itself against the machine.”