This image is the lead one for the Venture Beat article “Microsoft unveils ‘LeMa’: A revolutionary AI learning method mirroring human problem solving” which can barely be read with all of its adorned advertisement overlays.

LeMa is the nick name for Learning from Mistakes and the article summarizes a research paper with the claim that AI can train AI to learn from mistakes, thus making it human-ish (my lame summary).

Here comes the fluff:

This breakthrough in machine learning underscores the exciting potential that lies ahead in the realm of artificial intelligence. As machines become more adept at learning from their mistakes, we move closer to a future where AI can exceed human capabilities in complex problem-solving tasks.

Image credit is “VentureBeat made with Midjourney” so that says alot.


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