The benefits of Artificial Intelligence (AI) are already widely known due to the technological advances we have seen over the past few decades.
Yes, machines may be close to 100% accurate in the way they can think, process and act, but will machines ever truly grasp the concepts of humour and sarcasm?
Can an automated system process this type of information? Humour tends to rely on both nuance and the timing of delivery and software like Siri and Alexa can so far only recite jokes from a 'humour database'.
It seems we are a long way of (if ever) seeing machines grasping the concepts of humour and sarcasm.
There are good reasons to have artificial intelligence try to learn to get humor, Darmstadt University’s Miller said. It makes machines more relatable, especially if you can get them to understand sarcasm. That also may aid with automated translations of different languages, he said.