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…

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…

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.

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