Most of the models in machine learning requires working with numbers. After all, much of the machine learning algorithms we've seen are derived from statistics (Linear Regression, Logistic Regression, Naive Bayes, etc.). Additionally, machines can understand and work with numbers a lot easier than us human.
However, machines just process the numbers and execute algorithms. They don't interpret the numbers returned. They don't understand the context of the data. They especially don't understand human intricacies and can easily be taken advantage by rouge players.
So then, is it actually possible for computers to understand humans? Can we ever have conversations with computers? In a sense, we already can! This is thanks to a branch of AI called Natural Language Processing.
by Joseph Woolf