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Sunday, May 17, 2020

Humans and AI Work Better Together

We determined this early on, the challenge remains on how to pass along the 'work' in context and asess the results and aportion the

Microsoft chief scientist: Humans and AI work better together than alone
Khari Johnson in VentureBeat

Humans and AI systems work better when they tackle problems together. That’s according to research from Microsoft chief scientist Eric Horvitz, Microsoft Research principal research Ece Kamar, and Harvard University student and Microsoft Research intern Bryan Wilder. The paper appears to be one of the first published by Horvitz since Microsoft named him chief scientific officer in March, the first in company history. Horvitz came to Microsoft as a principal researcher in 1993 and led Microsoft Research operations from 2017 to 2020.

The paper released earlier this month studies the performance of human and AI teams working together on two computer vision tasks: Galaxy classification and breast cancer metastasis detection. With the proposed approach, the AI model determines which tasks are best for humans to perform and which are best handled by AI. ..."

 The paper released May 1 on preprint repository: https://arxiv.org/abs/2005.00582

 Kamar and Horvitz worked together on a paper published in 2012:

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