Andrea Missinato

Andrea has been working in IT for almost 20 years, covering about everything, from development to business analysis, to project management. Today we can tell he is a carefree gnome, passionate with Neurosciences, Artificial Intelligence, and photography

Neuromorphic Computers and Spiking Neural Networks: the new generation of machine learning?

Neuromorphic Computers: Being inspired by biology can help overcome the limitations of modern computer architectures. We had already mentioned neuromorphic computers in the article about specialized hardware for AI. The concept of neuromorphic computers is not exactly new: in fact, it was coined in the '80s by C. Mead, then "made official" in an article that later…

Curiosity driven AI – curiosity killed the cat, but not the machine

Curious AI: algorithms powered with intrinsic motivation. What does Curiosity-driven AI mean? Research and innovation in AI made us accustomed with novelty and breakthroughs practically coming out on a daily basis. Now we are almost used to algorithms that can recognize scenes and environments in real-time and move accordingly, who can understand natural language (NLP), learn manual work directly from the…

Google Duplex – “human” warmth and realism in automatic conversation

Google Duplex, one giant leap for AI ... or another step towards the ultimate deep fake? At the beginning of May, in  Google I/O 2018 Keynotes  Sundai Pichard presented Google Duplex. That's one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind. Neil Amrstrong, 20/7/1969 As you can see from the video below, Duplex is not only able…

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