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To combat the ambiguous nature of certain words – “relationship”, for example, could refer to a romantic situation or a business partnership – they use the category or title of each question to give the AI more context.

For now, the answers still come across as a bit scripted, but they make sense. I understand your feelings,” says Oshi-el in response to a 30-year-old woman who finds herself stuck in a love triangle (the response has been translated from the original Japanese).

They include a lot of context like family or school, which makes it hard to generate long and satisfying answers.” Nakatsuji and his team trained their algorithm using almost 190,000 questions and 770,000 answers from the company’s Oshiete goo forum.Although parts of its skeleton looked identical to our modern human anatomy, it had some features that were strikingly primitive – including a skull that was only slightly larger than that of a chimpanzee. “This is astonishingly young for a species that still displays primitive characteristics found in fossils about 2 million years old, such as the small brain size, curved fingers, and form of the shoulder, trunk and hip joint,” says Chris Stringer at the Natural History Museum in London.Here, we address some of the implications of the announcement, as we wait for the full publication of the results.The researchers chose to focus on this genre of query as “non-factoid” questions are difficult for AI to address.“Most chatbots today are only able to give you very short answers, and mainly just for factual questions,” says Makoto Nakatsuji at NTT Resonant.

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