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Bosco Yung: Ability to recognize context enable human not to be replaced by AI which is never a black magic

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Reported by Joanne Wan on 20 November 2018

Recently, China’s news agency Xinhua has introduced new artificial intelligence news anchors which arouse people‘s concern on whether AI could replace human in the future.

“Artificial Intelligence is never a black magic. It is used as analyzing tools.” said by Dr Bosco Yung, the machine learning engineer, at Shue Yan University.

“Human takes the role of the gatekeeper in the media industry as the technology of AI has not maturely developed yet,” said Yung.

He further explained, “Recognizing context is still difficult for AI even though AI has nowadays been advanced more human-like.”

“It is unable for AI to determine the photos’ context,” Yung gave an example of AI’s limitation by showing an upside-down photo. He pointed out that AI could not recognize the context in which the facial features of the person in the photo is actually in the right position.

With the advancing scientific technologies, AI is able to create statistic by collecting big data. However, he added, “Able to collect big data through mass media doesn’t mean the information collected by AI is precise.”, then further pointed out that the published information is actually proofread or facts checked by people.

Besides, he reminded, “It is unable for AI to make the decision on determining what is news at the present stage; in contrast, human is able to make judgements on rights and wrongs in a short period of time.” He added that the datasets of AI are judged by the human, hence, human is the final decision maker.

Indeed, he mentioned that “human has advantages over AI because of humanity and problem-solving ability which help to handle emergencies”

Yung obtained his Ph.D. in astrophysics from Hong Kong University in 2013. He is now working in Jaumo, which is a Machine Learning Engineer company in the German. His job is to create social networking platforms and dating apps. Before working in Jaumo, he already had two-years working experience as a researcher in the Nicolaus Copernicus Astronomical Centre in Poland.

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