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Can deep learning change the way we interact with our environment? At the Expertise Centre for Digital Media they have created an automated system that crawls Google Street View images alongside routes and tags, and classifies these images using deep learning, enhancing driving experiences. https://re-work.co/blog/machine-intelligence-johannes-schoning-deep-learning-google-street-view
Can deep learning change the way we interact with our environment? At the Expertise Centre for Digital Media they have created an automated system that crawls Google Street View images alongside routes and tags, and classifies these images using deep learning, enhancing driving experiences.
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This would be great to see as a mobile app. I would certainly make use of it.
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Just a quick reminder that discounted tickets for the Machine Intelligence Summit, Berlin, 29-30 June, end this week on Friday 6 May. Explore how AI will impact transport, manufacturing, healthcare, retail and more. Register now to secure your Early Bird pass: https://re-work.co/events/machine-intelligence-berlin-2016
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Contrary to smartphones apps which seem to make for dumber users, bots may prompt intelligent behaviors from humans as well as devices due to their need for concise and unambiguous textual messages.
As illustrated by the recent Mashable “pivot”, meaningful (i.e unbranded) contents appear to be the main casualty of new communication technologies. Hopefully (sic), bots may point to a…
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An excellent example of a one-dimensional solution; very deep and very narrow. Will never get to an intelligence this way, because there are too many things that need solutions, but it is fascinating to see just how deep a solution can be. This result is extraordinary.
Abstract: We present a novel technique to automatically colorize grayscale images that combines both global priors and local image features. Based on Convolutional Neural Networks, our deep network features a fusion layer that allows us to elegantly merge local information dependent on small ...
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+Randall Lee Reetz​​, the process you have described is an excellent one. For testing a solution to a different problem.

For testing the ability of the system to reproduce the original colours, that's great. But what process would you recommend to test a solution to the different problem of realistically colouring black and white photos?

"Realistic" does not equate to "original". Indeed for many photos with dramatic colouring, the original colouring is very different from the most realistic colouring possible.

There are various ways they could have done more rigourous testing of their results. E.g. show pairs of photos to the public and ask the humans to pick which one has been re-coloured and which is a colour original; the human score would tend to 50% success as the system approached perfect "realness".

But comparing the re-coloured result to the original colour image is not useful for this problem.
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Advanced tech brain for everything.
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https://gym.openai.com/

Have you tried this ?
Train your agent using our open-source library, and then upload and compare your results.
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GRANDE ma NASCOSTO.
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Made device for reading human thoughts / human mind reading machine / Brain Computer Interface. Discovery is not published. I invite partnership. 
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Interesting, lets talk 
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News and background on machine learning and robotics. 
By Robbrecht van Amerongen | Artificial Inteligence and Machine Learning
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+Harkeerat Dhunda wonderful. Still need to see that one. Lol
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Poaching is one of the greatest threats in the conservation of wildlife, and even patrol rangers' extreme efforts are not enough to completely fend off poachers, especially in very large protected areas.
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+Radhika Jadcherla   Yeah we all hope so .
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Made device for reading human thoughts / human mind reading machine / Brain Computer Interface.  About the problem look : Jack Gallant; Tom Mitchell and Marcel Just; John - Dylan Haynes, human mind reading machine .
In particular, I have created a perfect Speech Generating Device for people with Locked - in Syndrome ( LiS ) and ALS ( such as British physicist Stephen Hawking or Steve Gleason and Mauril Belanger problem ). Discovery is not published. I invite partnership. 
Mind reading may soon be possible thanks to a device developed by Japanese scientists that can identify words from brainwaves before they are spoken. A research group from Kyushu Institute of Technology gathered a group of men and women to analyze their brainwaves using the rock-paper-scissors game,
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Great now my computer knows I've been plotting it's death.
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Would be nice if there were 3D printers that could print 3D printers - then everybody would have one and print their own stuff, including robots.
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You should probably post something relevant first.
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This is extreemly well put.  And, from my perspective no "Fairy Tale".

The concept of 'Theory Of Mind' and how social species could evolve this is well put.  

And as far as A.I. goes this sort and style of understanding our behaviors  goes a long way toward the design of strong A.I.  

As we understand our species clearly and completely then the challenge of creating a strong A.I. that behaves in a way that avoids what some folks envision as a nightmare becomes possible, given that we can 'design-in' behaviors that allow the A.I. to behave as a 'social-being'.
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+Kenny Chaffin Absolutely!  I agree, the order is not just important but actually casual.  My point is that the various bits are now being identified and that identification process is the really cool part.
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#Amazon   #Alexa  voice services comes to the #Syfy  channel. Sweet.
Amazon's AI assistant Alexa can help you get a lot accomplished with nothing more than your voice, but it does have its limits. What if you wanted to know what happened on a show that already aired, for example? Or, for that matter, an episode that hasn't even aired yet? It might prove a bit complicated if the proper APIs aren't in place.
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This year Founders letter: AI will play an important part :
"The power of machine learning and artificial intelligence
A key driver behind all of this work has been our long-term investment in machine learning and AI. It’s what allows you to use your voice to search for information, to translate the web from one language to another, to filter the spam from your inbox, to search for “hugs” in your photos and actually pull up pictures of people hugging ... to solve many of the problems we encounter in daily life. It’s what has allowed us to build products that get better over time, making them increasingly useful and helpful " :
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Three ways artificial intelligence is helping to save the world:

April 26, 2016 — When you think of artificial intelligence, the first image that likely comes to mind is one of sentient robots that walk, talk and emote like humans. But there’s a different kind of AI that’s becoming prevalent in nearly all of the sciences. It’s known as machine learning, and it revolves around enlisting computers in the task of sorting through the massive amounts of data that modern technology has allowed us to generate (a.k.a. “big data”).

More: http://bit.ly/24mMdDL via ensia
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As computers get smarter, scientists look at new ways to enlist them in environmental protection.
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The Tides of Mind:  Uncovering the Spectrum of Consciousness
By David Gelernter…2016
 Imagine your consciousness as a spectrum that flows during each of our waking moments to the time we drift back into “unconsciousness” and sleep.  During our day we are active in life making rational judgments and logical choices, but as we approach the end of our day and return to a state of sleep we transform inwardly to a place of “pure being.”  As our day progresses our mind begins to flag and wander and we daydream or fantasize.  That is, even during our “waken” state we begin to morph from a person doing to a person “being” where we drift into dream stages. This is the essence of this pivotal discourse written by David Gelernter.  The author is a noted computer scientist with a doctorate from Yale and who has also extended his academic standing with studies of the mind and psychology.  Gelernter is also one of the leading proponents in the studies of artificial intelligence and the realm of singularity.  In this spectrum analogy created by the author we are provided with intriguing insights into our conscious self-awareness.  These and other aspects of ontology are the center of attention to many researchers and scientists as we discover how to create that ultimate moment when we generate an artificial mind that will surpass our own abilities.    
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Whoops, someone's grumpy this morning. Sounds like you need to get laid mate.
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Made device for reading human thoughts / human mind reading machine / Brain Computer Interface. In particular, I have created a perfect Speech Generating Device for people with Locked - in Syndrome ( LiS ) and ALS ( such as British physicist Stephen Hawking or Steve Gleason and Mauril Belanger problem ). About the problem look : Jack Gallant; Tom Mitchell and Marcel Just; John - Dylan Haynes; Andrea Stocco and Rajesh Rao, human mind reading machine / Discovery is not published. I invite partnership. Russia. 
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Could you please post a comment to this post with your machine?
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