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When AI Goes Awry

So far there are no tools and no clear methodology to eliminating bugs. That would require understanding what an AI bug actually is.

Mar. 26, 2018 – 

The race is on to develop intelligent systems that can drive cars, diagnose and treat complex medical conditions, and even train other machines.

The problem is that no one is quite sure how to diagnose latent or less-obvious flaws in these systems–or better yet, to prevent them from occurring in the first place. While machines can do some things very well, it's still up to humans to devise programs to train them and observe them, and that system is far from perfect.

"Debugging is an open area of research," said Jeff Welser, vice president and lab director at IBM Research Almaden. "We don't have a good answer yet."

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