Making AI in Python
Machine learning is quite an interesting idea. It saves user input to a database or file, then uses that information to adjust. I recently made a Python Repl that allows you to train or test its database. You can enter an animal and a descriptor, and it adds the descriptor to the animal array. Or, you can enter a descriptor, and the program scans through its database for animals matching the descriptor. The flaw in this is that it greatly relies on a large user base, when it honestly will never get very popular. That is the flaw with most AI. They need to be run a plethora of times before they truly learn. I used to foolishly believe that true artificial intelligence can only be accomplished when the program can edit its own source code. Now I believe that even though that may be possible, it would be very challenging. In conclusion, as great a dream as AI is, it will never come near human intelligence in the near future.