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Posted by on Sep 12, 2012 in Science |

Can a robot pass the entrance exam to the University of Tokyo?

Can a robot pass the entrance exam to the University of Tokyo?

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The Fujitsu Laboratory in conjunction with the National Institute of Informatics in Japan are developed an artificial intelligence project whose goal is to make a robot I passed the math section of the entrance exam to the University of Tokyo .

This screening test is not a minor university, the University of Tokyo as it is considered the best in Asia, so take exams to enter , depending on the power-of language, science (including matters of physics, chemistry, biology and geology), history, geography, languages (some English, French, German and / or Korean), civics (ethics, politics and economics), and mathematics .

While a computer can easily solve mathematical problems, are not able to understand them when they are written for humans, with charts, diagrams, words that explain the problem or other things that require a certain level of abstraction.

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The image shows a problem faced by students applying to the University of Tokyo, and artificial intelligence project will be analyzed, and the most difficult to understand.

What the team hopes for the future is that the robot is able to pass the test of the National Center for University Entrance in 2016, and then get the approval of all entry test at the University of Tokyo in 2024.

Link: “Todai Robot” Artificial Intelligence Trying To Enter Tokyo University (Geekosystems)