Saturday, March 23, 2019

Teaching Robots the Most Powerful Word in the English Language

We're bearing witness to an interesting time in technological development: the rise of robot servants. They'll soon be in our cars (if they haven't been uploaded to your vehicle already) and delivering our Amazon...
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Amazon and Founders’ Co-op back new Seattle startup KITT.AI, born in Paul Allen’s AI2...

A new Seattle-based artificial intelligence startup called KITT.AI, incubated inside Paul Allen’s Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2), has landed funding from Founders’ Co-op and Amazon’s Alexa Fund — preparing to launch a platform that will let developers...

How an AI Algorithm Learned to Write Political Speeches

"Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” —John F. Kennedy, 1961 When it comes to political speeches, great ones are few and far between. But ordinary...

Microsoft: 2016 Will Be The Year Of AI

Microsoft recently asked 16 members of its technology and research organization to predict the big trends of 2016. There are some outliers—a researcher here who is really excited about styluses, a researcher there who likes depth-field...

Forget Siri: Here’s a New Way for Robots to Talk

Samantha from “Her.” She was smart, feisty, and sometimes pensive. Sam was easy to talk to and brimming with personality. The AI from Spike Jonze’s 2013 movie caught our attention not just because it had the...

Rise of the robowriters: How AI could crush the spreadsheet

While a novel can be a page-turner or a film can keep you on the edge of your seat, a spreadsheet rarely captures attention in the same way. It takes a human to pluck interesting...

Microsoft Neural Net Shows Deep Learning Can Get Way Deeper

Computer vision is now a part of everyday life. Facebook recognizes faces in the photos you post to the popular social network. The Google Photos app can find images buried in your collection, identifying everything from dogs to...






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