This AI Student is Enrolled at a Top College

Oct 30 , 2021 | Innovation

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Artificial technology has made great leaps and bounds — and in some cases, is now directly a part of our human world. The world’s first non-human AI student is studying at Tsinghua, the renowned university in Beijing that developed her technology. She has the ability to sing, recite poetry, and spot hidden data. And as our Host James Chau discovers, she is learning alongside her fellow classmates

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