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Even an AI machine couldn’t ace China’s super tough college entrance exam

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An AI machine that sat the math paper for China’s college entrance exam has failed to prove it’s better than its human competition.

AI-Maths, a machine made of 11 servers, three years in the making, joined almost 10 million high schoolers last week, in sitting for the country’s national exam.

AI-Maths scored 105 points out of the maximum score of 150 in the first version of the test, and 100 for the second version, not far above the passing grade of 90.

This was well below average of 135 that top scorers achieved in previous years for math. Read more…

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