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Artificial Intelligence and the Common Sense of Animals

Leverhulme CFI researchers at Cambridge and Imperial have co-written a paper exploring how we can use animal congition to understand [the lack of] "common sense" in AI, as endowing computers with common sense remains one of the biggest challenges in the field.

The paper is entitled, Artificial Intelligence and the Common Sense of AnimalsTrends in Cognitive Science (TICS 2085) and the authors are Murray Shanahan, Matthew Crosby, Benjamin Beyret, and Lucy Cheke.

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