‘…deep learning may be good at mimicking the perceptual tasks of the human brain, like image or speech recognition. But it falls short on other tasks, like understanding conversations or causal relationships.’

MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW interviews AI expert Gary Marcus, who believes deep learning is overhyped. He makes his case in his new book, Rebooting AI: Building Artificial Intelligence We Can Trust.

With co-author Ernest Davis, the NYU professor and neuroscientist says deep learning is an insufficient foundation for future leaps forward.


We can’t trust AI systems built on deep learning alone
MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW | September 27, 2019 | by Karen Hao