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How machine learning can help to understand brain signals

How machine learning can help to understand brain signals | Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
If a neurotechnological prosthesis should act upon commands from the brain, these have to be interpreted correctly. It is a challenging task because the amount of data is huge and the signals that the brain emits also change over time.

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Rhys Williams's curator insight, March 19, 2013 3:21 AM

Creating artificial intelligence will help us better understand our own brain.

Aidan Whitehouse's comment, March 21, 2013 7:39 AM
Designing artificial intelligence with the ability to learn off of peoples brains, allowing the ability to further research into brains at the same time as advancing artificial intelligence so that people can use an intelligent machine (prosthesis) instantly from prior learnt data being stored.
Rhys Williams's comment, March 22, 2013 12:26 AM
This development leads to the 'Novas Machina Lobe' the question is just when.
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The Future of Artificial Intelligence

The Future of Artificial Intelligence | Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Robots are here to stay. They will be smarter, more versatile, more autonomous, and more like us in many ways. We humans will need to adapt to keep up.
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Aidan Whitehouse's comment, March 21, 2013 7:03 AM
The future of robots is extremely exciting as seen in this article.
The next 100 years will be the most influential in the outcome of advanced robots in the future.
It states that based on current theories within the next 20 years a robots brain will have a larger capacity then a humans brain.
Within a few decades robots will be able to interact with humans and other robots intelligently such as understanding the emotional undertones of speech and body language.
The article covers many more areas the author believes robots will participate in and understand within the next century, such as; robot-robot interactions, legal and social and issues, rulers of behavior, and ethical issues.
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Facebook users are helping to create artificial intelligence systems | Old-Thinker News

Facebook users are helping to create artificial intelligence systems | Old-Thinker News | Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Old-Thinker News | March 12, 2013 By Daniel Taylor Recent news that Facebook can be used to predict user’s IQ, sexual orientation, and political affiliation is raising eyebrows. The media is not, however, telling the whole story.
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People unknowlingly helping AI advance daily

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Aidan Whitehouse's comment, March 19, 2013 6:58 AM
Effective use of social media to advance Artificial Intelligence allowing for advances to come rapidly.
Facebook co-founder attempting to use the knowledge gained to advance Artificial Intelligence to the point of replicating the human brain.
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Can We Really Teach Computers What “Truth” Means?

Can We Really Teach Computers What “Truth” Means? | Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Slate Magazine
Can We Really Teach Computers What “Truth” Means?
Slate Magazine
But the process of trying to teach computers to understand truths like these—difficult for both notions—is revealing the ways in which they are similar.

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Aidan Whitehouse's comment, March 21, 2013 8:46 AM
Is it possible to teach a machine what it means for something to be true. This article suggests that it may be impossible to ever have a truly intelligent machine as it could be impossible to have a machine that knows what truth is.
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New Leap In Artificial Intelligence May Finally Allow Robots To 'Learn'

New Leap In Artificial Intelligence May Finally Allow Robots To 'Learn' | Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Developers working on 'teaching' an iCub robot how to learn new languages may have unlocked a new door to huge advances in artificial intelligence.
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Aidan Whitehouse's comment, March 21, 2013 9:15 AM
The possibility of a robot being created that will have the ability to learn multiple different languages without having them programmed into them.
The creators are hoping to be able to use this technology to unlock the ability to create a true artificial neuronal network.
If enough robots are built that can truly learn, the ability would be for all of this information to be brought together in the future to create a database with the widest variety of knowledge available in the world, and would allow robots to be created that speak many different languages fluently without each one having to spend months learning the languages.
Rhys Williams's curator insight, March 22, 2013 12:45 AM

Language Is never static so it is important that AI is able to effectively learn language in an organic manor.

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Nuance’s Dragon Mobile Assistant Grows Even More Intelligent with New Location-Aware and Proactive Assistant Features

Nuance’s Dragon Mobile Assistant Grows Even More Intelligent with New Location-Aware and Proactive Assistant Features | Artificial intelligence | Scoop.it
Nuance’s Dragon Mobile Assistant Grows Even More Intelligent with New Location-Aware and Proactive Assistant Features http://t.co/GfRvxNggAs

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Aidan Whitehouse's comment, March 21, 2013 9:23 AM
Nuance Communications, Inc. Has created an app for any android phone called "Dragon". The app has a very powerful version of weak artificial intelligence, which allows it to act as if it is being truly intelligent, but is still reacting to a sequence of commands to do certain jobs. This highly advanced weak AI allows people to talk to their phones and let others know things such as where they are or who they are with by saying a few words.
Weak AI is an important part of the future of AI and as this new app shows, weak AI is growing stronger every day, which will create an exciting new future for a combination of weak and strong AI to be used to help make humans lives easier and makes jobs easier to perform.