Before we start, NO ITS NOT WHAT YOU THINK. (Assuming you opened this post thinking that I will tell about a real baby who used a laptop to some coding, and used some math to make an AI algorithm. OR, Assuming you opened this post thinking that I will tell you how to Study AI and ML that even an infant can know.)
Nope, none of the both. This is something much more interesting, much more fascinating, much more to the ground level yet nobody even gave a thought. Before actually telling what I actually want to tell, there is a small story you need to know. I promise that I will make it quick (It is for the context what is coming Next).
“When I started my journey towards Data Science, I frankly enjoyed it. Yes, Yes I know nobody does because of all the Math around it, but What can you say, I am a Mathematics Graduate. I pledged myself one thing that i will make an entire blog on Statistics for Data Science (Not in a nutshell or just Brief essay. I will include everything, that even a person who don’t know what is an even number can also understand Advanced Statistical Operations.- that’s for another day.), but when I started learning about Neural Networks, my friend told me about this highly private Discord Channel called “MidJourney”
To the people who don’t know about Midjourney is.
— — — It is an AI connected Program that can take literal words as an Input and can paint an Image that has never ever existed before. And when I say images they are not any images, see if for your self.
If you what to see more of this, go to any social Media Platform and search for the Hashtag #Midjourney. For sample Click Here.
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Ok now you might be wondering why in hell, did I just tell you about an AI program. There is a Reason, When I got to know about this I thought “HOW IN THE HEACK IS THIS HAPPENING?” Well the answer simple “Neural Network”. When we give an input, it searches in its database and pick up millions of relevant images and starts to learn from it. After learning its starts to model an image billion times and give the best accurate output as a result.
Uff….. So much right? Well if you came this far, you are really interested.
Now lets Dive into our topic “How Children use Machine Learning And Artificial Intelligence?”
Now tell me what is this?
Its a cat. But have you ever saw this picture in your entire life (Please say you didn’t, I searched an hour for this image . Come on Its a cat on a rod on the Top of a 50 stores building, who sees this kind of stuff?)
Now if you didn’t before, how do you know now.(You may think, YO DUMBASS, its a cat everyone knows that.) That is exactly my question, How do you know if its a cat. Its is not Labelled(If you are already a ML pursuer, you’ll understand the PUN.) Now the main question HOW?
Yes, the Neural Network. It tries to take the image of the cat as an input and compares it with everything in our brain and predicts the label of the figure. From our childhood, we tend to observe everting, trying to make sense out of nothing and storing lots of information such as a Voice, an Image, etc., and then learning from it. The faster you learn from the data you got, the better IQ(Intelligent Quotient) we have. That is the reason we can’t speak at all. We don’t understand the language people use around the world. We try to interpret it every second such that one day we’ll understand it.
The reason why we can’t remember most of childhood.
Same reason, when we try to interpret we use our Primary Data (In other words RAM.), This will eventually erased because its not worth to be saved(At least, our Brain thinks that way), But a person with high IQ can do this process comparatively much faster so he remembers more of his childhood than a normal person do.
And that’s it, that’s how an infant/baby uses ML and AI to understand this world. If you like this the you defiantly this too. Click Here to know 10 Reasons Why a Data Scientist should start learning MS EXCEL immediately.
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