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In Essence, Deep Learning is Really Just Math

DEEP LEARNING IS rapidly ‘eating’ artificial intelligence. But let’s not mistake this ascendant form of artificial intelligence for anything more than it really is. The...

Google Developing Backup Plan for Rogue AI

With artificial intelligence crossing milestones in its capability to learn rapidly from its environment and beat humans at tasks and games from Jeopardy to the ancient...

Zuckerberg thinks AI will start outperforming people in the next decade

On yesterday's investor call, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was asked how the machine learning technology behind its recent introduction of bots to...

AI researchers get ready for a deathmatch with Doom gaming challenge

Artificial intelligence made short work of Go, a 3,000-year-old Chinese board game with more possible moves than atoms in the observable universe, so how it will...

Machine Learning Applications Will Span Many Industries

The sheer volume and unstructured nature of the data generated by billions of connected devices and systems presents significant challenges for those in search...

Machines are becoming more creative than humans

Can machines be creative? Recent successes in AI have shown that machines can now perform at human levels in many tasks that, just a...

Exploring the risks of artificial intelligence

Respondents to a recent study have suggested that risks of financial and economic harm as well as mismanagement of AI by human beings are...

This Factory Robot Learns a New Job Overnight

The world’s largest industrial robot maker, Fanuc, is developing robots that use reinforcement learning to figure out how to do things. Read the source article...

In Two Moves, AlphaGo and Lee Sedol Redefined the Future

In Game Two, the Google machine made a move that no human ever would. And it was beautiful. As the world looked on, the...

How Google’s AI Viewed the Move No Human Could Understand

The move didn’t make sense to the humans packed into the sixth floor of Seoul’s Four Seasons hotel. But the Google machine saw it...