Humans have been using computers for decades now in their day-to-day. From smartphones to laptops and computers, they have become a staple in most homes. They have evolved to become necessities in everyday living rather than luxuries that they once used to be. And with many of the advancements we now have in the world, having computers that can reason like humans is fast becoming a reality than just a figment of our imaginations. We now even use them daily without us knowing although these earlier technologies are quite basic and do nothing mind-blowing. Take Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri, for example. If you own any of these devices, you can talk to them and ask them questions and they actually answer back. Cool, right?
However, no matter how interactive they may already be, they still lack critical reasoning that humans are capable of doing. They are programmed to answer certain questions but nothing else apart from what has already been programmed into their systems. The human mind is a complex thing. And attempting to replicate its capacity to think is no easy feat but there are experts in the field willing to take on the challenge of overcoming the many limitations that prevent computers from going the extra mile. Continue reading “Computers Capable Of Human-like Reasoning”