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  • drunkenninja

    It's the whole not hotdog and or hotdog issue. Computers are generally very good at one specific task, ie, if something IS a hotdog or not, far better than processing millions of genetic markers and then making the judgement if enough match. Still a long way before these systems can be dependable, and by then I figure the AI itself will need to think more like humans than just hard data being processed.