22 Apr 2021
14:20 - 15:10
DAY 2 - TRACK 2 - SESSION 5
Intelligence naturelle dans un monde d’intelligence artificielleLevel: Basic / de base
Before COVID-19 swept across the globe, there were very high hopes that Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning would help governments, researchers and health care providers learn from past events and behaviours to help plot a response. It did not take long for those hopes to be dashed.
AI is only as good as its data, and when subjected to seismic change, so too are machine learning’s predictive powers. “Machine-learning models are designed to respond to changes,” wrote Will Douglas Heaven, a senior editor at MIT Technology Review. “But most are also fragile; they perform badly when input data differs too much from the data they were trained on.”