Artificial intelligence is mastering a wider variety of jobs than ever before

moon craters

COUNTING CRATERS  An AI that inspected images of lunar terrain (left) found previously discovered craters (right, blue circles), as well as potential new ones (red circles). In 2018, AI bested humans at following fauna, diagnosing disease, mapping the moon and more.

A. Silburt et al/Arxiv.org 2018

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