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Machines will need to get a lot better at making sense of the world on their own if they are ever going to become truly intelligent.
DeepMind, the AI-focused subsidiary of Alphabet, has taken a step in that direction by making a computer program that builds a mental picture of the world all by itself. You might say that it learns to imagine the world around it.
The system, which uses what DeepMind’s researchers call a generative query network (GQN),
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