AI usually relies on humans to label the world for them, but a new system from DeepMind learns to recognise images and sounds by matching up what it hears with what it sees
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People think that IBM is overhyping the capabilities of Watson ... hyperbole much?
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It generates random numbers based on fluctuations in thermal noise
Mathematicians as storytellers
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Interest in blockchains is at an all-time high, but there are still plenty of technical issues to solve, especially for enterprises.
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The glorification of leadership skills, especially in college admissions, has emptied leadership of its meaning.
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“Can I pick your brain?” It’s a moment many of us dread. A stranger asks for a phone call—or worse yet, a meeting. You already have way too much on your plate ...
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Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) devise a new way to monitor sleep stages without sensors attached to the body.
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By experimenting, computers are figuring out how to do things that no programmer could teach them.
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