Artificial Intelligence

Comparing Human and Artificial Image Recognition: some considerations

When it comes to Artificial Intelligence, the debate can get hot quite quickly, usually between a faction crouching in a self-defense position, sustaining that human capabilities are not to be reached from machines any time soon, and a faction advocating that the era of AI is instead almost here, if not already arrived. This post…

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…

Workers wanted for the fourth industrial revolution: refrain human and time wasters

The fourth industrial revolution or Industry 4.0 is at our doorsteps, and it will likely be the last one. We are about to enter a future where no job is “safe” from automation: heralded apocalypse or the beginning of a new age? Let’s have a look at the possible solutions.

Machine Learning part III – Convolutional Neural Networks

Convolutional Neural Networks: recognition and categorization by progressive abstraction The Convolute Neural Networks or ConvNet (CNN) are among the most commonly used Deep Learning algorithms in computer vision. They are applied in many fields, from autonomous cars to drones, from medical diagnoses to support and treatment for the visually impaired. What is a convolution? Wolfram…

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