Luis von Ahn on Human Computation

April 28th, 2010

Although computers have advanced dramatically over the last 50 years, they still do not possess the basic conceptual intelligence that most humans take for granted. By leveraging human skills and abilities in a novel way we can solve large-scale computational problems and collect training data to teach computers many basic human talents. Professor Luis von Ahn — of the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University — discusses how human brains can act as processors in a distributed system, each performing a small part of a massive computation.

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  • 1. MediaBerkman » Blog&hellip  |  July 22nd, 2010 at 12:01 am

    […] Section: Luis von Ahn’s recent Berkman talk here -> von Ahn’s homepage here -> Jonathan Zittrain’s recent Minds for Sale talk here -> […]

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