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Microsoft co-founder Allen wants to teach machines common sense

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The co-founder of Microsoft Paul Allen said that real progress in AI can only happen when machines are imbued with common sense.

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MICROSOFT'S co-founder Paul Allen said on Wednesday that he was pumping an additional US$125 million into his non-profit computer research lab for an ambitious new effort to teach machines "common sense."

The money for the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence

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