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Can AI systems experience illusions as in human vision? For instance, look at the picture below (click on the image to zoom in.). Most people see a hole, shifting to a pyramid, back on forth over time. Because of the shape of the shades and the bright border on the left, the brain "knows" that it is a pyramid, yet the sensors (the eyes) report conflicting information. Would an AI object recognition technique provide a different answer each time it "sees" it? Or after more training data is added to the system? I would think AI algorithms can be fooled, but in a different way than biological intelligence (the human brain.). This picture was posted here , though I don't know if it is a real object, or an AI-generated image. Full story

6 days ago, 12 January