Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #29

1. How would you have a machine recognize a cat?

You can see how Scheme responded below.

This may seem uninspiring but it was the first time I spoke to a computer, using a language we both could commonly understand. I believe this feeling belies the core of what programming is: communicating and delegating to a machine. Read More

2. Next-gen AI: AGI research areas – SoftRobot –

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Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #28

1. Key Takeaways From Vivatechnology 2018 –

Here are some of the major takeaways:

Artificial Intelligence:

Tech leaders, including Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, IBM’s Ginni Rommety and Google’s Eric Schmidt emphasized that AI will be imperative to solving complex problems in the future.
“The fundamental question on employment is not how many jobs will be displaced, but rather what kinds of new skills do people have to develop to maintain employment in the age of AI,” says Vivatechnology speaker Jacques Bughin, a senior partner at McKinsey who co-authored a new report entitled “Automation and the future of the workforce”, which was released at the conference. Read More

2. Why Data Scientists love Gaussian? –

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Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #25

1. This neural network can change the style of music

This neural network can change the style of music

Is there anything the AI can’t do. Starting from editing photo to smelling explosive to detecting cancer, there are a lot more things can be done by computer. And now it can even change the style of music as well. Read More

2. Why AI Will Bring an Explosion of New Jobs –

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Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #24

1. 3D Cross-Hair Convolutional Neural Networks – Silicon Valley Global News SVGN.io –

A 23% gain in the depth of the network could be significant for example because the trend in computer vision, via ImageNet, is that top error rates have been decreasing inversely to the depth of the network

On top of that we need innovations in Deep Learning Artificial Neural Networks to identify and segment brain activity that directly correlates to patterns in the real world that have been captured and streamed by robots (autonomous vehicles) Read More

2. Detect mole cancer with your smartphone using Deep Learning

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Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #23

1. Nvidia’s researchers teach a robot to perform simple tasks by observing a human

Industrial robots are typically all about repeating a well-defined task over and over again. Usually, that means performing those tasks a safe distance away from the fragile humans that programmed them. In part, that’s what Nvidia’s new robotics lab in Seattle focuses on and the company’s research team today presented some of its most recent work around teaching robots by observing humans at the International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), in Brisbane, Australia. Read More

2. Trends 10 Years On | What’s Next: Top Trends

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Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #22

1. How Alibaba is using AI to power the future of business

Alibaba Group is powering ahead with a range of AI research and initiatives in a bid to realise its vision: To make it easy to do business everywhere and anywhere.

With technology the one universal driver behind all of these things, Ren said AI is a big part of the strategic play.

“It can respond to you in a number of ways. Read More

2. Why did Oracle buy DataScience.com ? –

Why did Oracle buy DataScience. com .
Enterprise spending on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning will exceed $57. Read More

3. Garry Kasparov on AI and machine learning – Ismail Ali Manik –

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Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning Roundup #21

1. What Google isn’t telling us about its AI demo

Google made headlines by demonstrating an AI-powered voice assistant that made haircut and restaurant reservations, without betraying that it isn’t human.

Why it matters: Google told both developers and investors that it has created something remarkable, thus increasing its profile and value. When questioned further, however, it will not provide basic evidence to back up its boasts. Read More

2. Feel What This Robot Feels Through Tactile Expressions

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