Google’s artificial intelligence company, DeepMind, has developed an AI that has managed to teach itself how to walk, run, jump, and climb. The result looks cartoonishly goofy, but the engineering behind it, and the implications of it, are nothing short of amazing.
Check out this video about what’s actually happening in machine learning. It allows coders to see and explore their high-dimensional data. The goal is to eventually make this an open-source tool within TensorFlow, so that any coder can use these visualization techniques to explore their data. Learn more at http://g.co/aiexperiments
In this segment from last year’s Bloomberg Technology Conference, Bill Maris, CEO of Google Ventures, comments on artificial intelligence’s impact on biotech.
I’ve blogged about this talk before, but I thought you’d enjoy an updated and expanded version from Google Cloud Next ’17. TensorFlow and Deep Learning without a PhD Part 1 TensorFlow and Deep Learning without a PhD Part 2
Did you ever wonder how you could make use of Google’s machine learning expertise when it comes to powering and improving your business applications? Do you get stuck on building and training your own custom model? Google Cloud Platform (GCP) offers five APIs: Google Cloud Vision API, Cloud Speech API,...
Google’s DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis explains that AI doesn’t just learn from human knowledge, but also creates new knowledge. The now famous AlphaGo has it own creativity and intuition, inventing new knowledge about and strategies for Go for human professionals to study in 2017.
Dr Fei-Fei Li recently joined Google as Chief Scientist of AI and Machine Learning. Her primary areas of research are in machine learning, deep learning, computer vision and cognitive and computational neuroscience. She has published more than 150 scientific articles in top-tier journals and conferences and invented ImageNet and the...