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AI Learns by Sleeping

AI Learns by Sleeping "sleep"

AI uses “sleep” to hold new task memories, reports New Scientist.

Artificial intelligence can learn and remember how to do multiple tasks by mimicking the way sleep helps us cement what we learned during waking hours.

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