Scientists have revealed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can solve SAT geometry questions as well as the average American 11th-grade student. Called GeoS, it uses a combination of computer vision to interpret diagrams, natural language processing to read and understand text and a geometric solver to achieve 49 percent accuracy on official SAT test questions. If these results were extrapolated to the entire Math SAT test, the computer achieved an SAT score of 500 (out of 800), the average test score for 2015, the team behind it say. The system uses a combination of computer vision, natural language processing and a geometric solver to achieve 49 percent accuracy on official SAT test questions. GeoS is the first end-to-end system that solves SAT plane geometry problems.
Jan-18-2017, 10:32:54 GMT