Machine Learning

    • Computers on verge of designing their own programs

      Computers on verge of designing their own programs

      Computer programmers may soon design the ultimate program: A program that designs programs. This comes after last week, a team led by Justin Gottschlich, director of the machine programming research group at Intel, announced the creation of a new machine learning system that designs its own code. They call the system MISIM, Machine Inferred Code Similarity.

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    • Scientists develop AI that can turn brain activity into text

      Scientists develop AI that can turn brain activity into text

      A decade after speech was first decoded from human brain signals, accuracy and speed remain far below that of natural speech. But now reading minds has just come a step closer to reality, after scientists have developed artificial intelligence that can translate brain activity into sentences... at least for a limited vocabulary of 250 words. Something that can help people, who have lost the ability to speak because of paralysis, to restore their speech.

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    • Continuous rise of AI impact, research in 2019

      Continuous rise of AI impact, research in 2019

      Trying to get a handle on the progress of artificial intelligence is a daunting task, even for those enmeshed in the AI community. But the latest edition of the AI Index report - an annual rundown of machine learning data points now in its third year - delineates significant dimensions related to the activity in, and technical progress of AI.

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    • Audi to use AI to optimise quality probes

      Audi to use AI to optimise quality probes

      Due to the increasingly sophisticated design of its cars and the high quality standards at Audi, currently the company inspects all components directly after production in the press shop. In addition to visual inspection by employees, several small cameras are installed directly in the presses. They evaluate the captured images with the help of image-recognition software. This process, however will soon be replaced by an machine learning procedure.

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    • Facebook creates AI to identify offensive memes

      Facebook creates AI to identify offensive memes

      It is impossible for Facebook’s moderators to possibly look through every single image that gets posted on the enormous platform to keep its community safe from "inappropriate or harmful content." The social media, however, may have found how to handle such monumental task. In a blog post published today, three company employees explain that Facebook has already begun testing in the wild a new sophisticated artificial intelligence tool: Rosetta.

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