People often ask me about the most breathtaking thing about the AI’s behaviour. Well, first of all, I was, quite frankly, amazed that it had worked at all.
Having such a scarce instrumentarium, I wasn’t sure if I could emulate an environment that could facilitate the conversation and to bring any meaningful values back.
But when the first shock of it working worn off, I was baffled by the variety of different suggestions proposed by the algorithm.
There are people cleverer than me who can set up a complex processing software that will check for a given hypothesis. But I wanted for the AI to come up with a completely novel hypothesis and to test it out. In fact, I wanted it to come up with a number of new ideas, concepts and suggestions and to test them all out in turn, so that, at the end of the day, I could browse through these that work on paper and judge their clinical feasibility.