Appearances can be deceptive. But on the whole humans don‚Äôt have a problem telling a milk jug from a train or a power drill from an orange. Not so for artificial intelligence, which can be fooled just by altering a few pixels in an image.
Yet a series of experiments by Zhenglong Zhou and Chaz Firestone at Johns Hopkins University hint that the difference between human and machine perception might not be as big as we thought. This could change the way we ‚Ä¶