It is almost like the article is saying that something a computer did was not perfectly in line with human reasoning. We should stop being life-centric and realize that if the computer says two pictures of the same cat should not be classified in the same way, the computer is simply wiser than we are, and if we don't believe it the computer will beat our asses at chess and then we'll see who is smarter.
So there is a clear path to actually producing energy with nuclear fusion? It has been theoretically possible for many decades, but the devil is usually in the details. I'm glad to hear that I will have my flying car soon!
Most people don't consider those healthy. Doesn't matter, most people probably know that Chinese food isn't really health food either. It just tastes good. Actually, it sounds pretty good right now. Time for lunch!
The Chinese have already succeeded in their main mega-project: Chinese restaurants.
While mostly salt, fat, and MSG, Americans gobble it down and feel they are eating healthy because there is a piece of broccoli in there somewhere.
I looked into it. It is still basically unusable for any real-world app, as far as I can tell. I would say that its chances of taking over are probably about the same as Sarah Palin being elected President, or finding sentient life on Mars.