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AI-equipped drones can now think for themselves

Over the last decade, drones have advanced from multimillion-dollar military machines to being small and affordable enough to be used recreationally and commercially. Now...

Facebooks AI Shows Internet Drones Where All the People Are

A group of Facebook engineers has spent the last two years building satellites, drones, and lasers that can bring Internet access to all those people...

A Deep Learning AI Chip for Your Phone

Neural networks learn to recognize objects in images and perform other artificial intelligence tasks with a very low error rate. (Just last week, a...

Apocalypse, Or How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love AI

The force has been strong for artificial intelligence over the last few weeks, what with Slack announcing a fund for bots, Elon Musk announcing...

MIT’s 168-core chip could make mobile devices, robots smarter

Unlike Facebook, a smartphone can't recognize and tag you in a selfie. A new brain-like chip developed by researchers at MIT could change that. The...

New $12m project aims to ‘reverse-engineer’ the brain

Teaching computers to learn the way we do is widely considered an important step toward better artificial intelligence, but it's hard to achieve without...

Google’s AI beats a professional Go player, an industry first

Google has achieved something major in artificial intelligence (AI) research. A computer system it has built to play the ancient Chinese board game Go...

The Neural Network That Remembers

On tap at the brewpub. A nice dark red color with a nice head that left a lot of lace on the glass. Aroma...

Microsoft moves its CNTK deep learning toolkit from CodePlex to GitHub

Microsoft is announcing today that it’s moving the repository for its Computational Network Toolkit (CNTK) open-source deep learning software from Microsoft’s CodePlex source code...

Beyond the Fence, and the Advent of the Creative Machines

Computers being involved in the creation of art is not a new development. (Consider my use of the word computer throughout this post as roughly equivalent to...