AIs don’t understand simple physics like a ball rolling down a hill

AIs don’t understand simple physics like a ball rolling down a hill

Artificial intelligence struggles to grasp how objects connect to each other as they roll, collide, drop and drape, flunking a set of benchmark tests made to see how intelligent it truly is.

The so-called Physion benchmark was created by Daniel Bear at Stanford University in California and his colleagues. It uses eight scenarios to showcase physical phenomena most humans understand innately.

AIs received the opening moments of the scenarios, computer-generated in 3D, featuring objects which were designed …

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