AIs don’t understsimple physics like a ball rolling down a hill
Artificial intelligence struggles to comprehend how objects interact with each other as they roll, collide, drop drape, flunking a set of benchmark tests designed to see how intelligent it really is.
The so-called Physion benchmark was designed by Daniel Bear at Stanford University in California his colleagues. It uses eight scenarios to showcase physical phenomena most humans understinnately.
AIs were given the opening moments of the scenarios, computer-generated in 3D, featuring objects that were designed …