What’s more, nobody told it to. It didn’t develop a language (or interlingua, as Google call it) because it was coded to. It developed a new language because the software determined over time that this was the most efficient way to solve the problem of translation.
The mind-blowing AI announcement from Google that you probably missed.
Gil Fewster

I find this fascinating. As computers learn to talk to each other without a person telling it “how” that should happen, we will see that we may not be at the top of the food chain. We will get used to not understanding how it work, but rather trust implicitly. How long will it take the computer to learn about this trust and take advantage of it?

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