'Artificial Intelligence' robots may be capable of all tasks

Researchers have produced a theoretical work on quantum mechanics that focused on using quantum computing to accelerate the machine learning, which will allow creation of much smarter and more creative robots than conventional ones.

'Artificial Intelligence' robots may be capable of all tasks

Washington: Researchers have produced a theoretical work on quantum mechanics that focused on using quantum computing to accelerate the machine learning, which will allow creation of much smarter and more creative robots than conventional ones.

According to researchers from The Complutense University of Madrid (UCM) and the University of Innsbruck (Austria), the work would come under a new discipline, called 'quantum AI', an area in which the company Google has started to invest millions of dollars via the creation of a specialized laboratory in collaboration with the NASA.

It would be a step forward towards the most ambitious objective of artificial intelligence: the creation of a robot that is intelligent and creative, and that is not designed for specific tasks.

The research paper has been published in the journal 'Physical Review X'.

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