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Can We Build 'Her'?: What Samantha Tells Us About the Future of AI - Wired

Can We Build 'Her'?: What Samantha Tells Us About the Future of AI - Wired | How Artificial Intelligence is likely to change in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it
Can We Build 'Her'?: What Samantha Tells Us About the Future of AI Wired The recent successful application of DNNs to a broad range of challenging perceptual tasks — and the fact that their topology mimics brain structures — has led to the...
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Computerized brain made of GPUs could be the future of artificial intelligence - ExtremeTech

Computerized brain made of GPUs could be the future of artificial intelligence - ExtremeTech | How Artificial Intelligence is likely to change in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it

ExtremeTech Computerized brain made of GPUs could be the future of artificial intelligence ExtremeTech For decades computer scientists have been struggling to design an artificial intelligence sophisticated enough that it could pass for a living...

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An article on a alternative solution for A.I. using a large amount of GPU's instead of CPU's.

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Ben Hendry's curator insight, March 16, 2014 10:54 PM

Google is taking a new approach to simulating human intelligence through computers.

 

Previously, the approach to the development of Artificial Intelligence was to "- bundl[e] as many processors together as possible" in some ad-hoc neural network. 


Stanford researcher, Andrew Ng believes that in order ensure the future of Artificial Intelligence the price of development needs to be drastically reduced in order for more people such as computer scientists, and perhaps even consumers can adopt the technology.

 

He envisions that a move away from CPU's to GPU's will make this price decrease plausible. He found that the task of "spotting cats" by Google's deep learning system - which cost upwards of US$1 million - was accomplished with a system constructed of GPU's which was a tenth of the cost at US$100,000.

 

Undoubtedly, with an increase in access to this type of hardware which can achieve the same outcome by reducing the cost of building the system will allow for more people to make their mark on the world of AI and hopefully expedite the industry's growth.

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The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Is Open - IEEE Spectrum

The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Is Open - IEEE Spectrum | How Artificial Intelligence is likely to change in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it
This is a guest post by author William Hertling. The views expressed here are his own and do not reflect those of his employer, the IEEE, or IEEE Spectrum.

At South by Southwest Interactive last month, I debated the future of artificial intelligence with my co-panelists.

The roboticist on the panel argued that AI is an intellectually challenging field where the problems are difficult, and therefore can be solved only by highly intelligent people working on obscure mathematics and algorithms. The future, he argued, will look much like the past: a series of incremental, hard-won improvements in very narrow fields.

I disagree.

I’m sure, a decade ago, the folks at Encyclopedia Britannica would have believed the encyclopedia business was going to remain just the same. But the advent of Wikipedia proved that crowd-sourced knowledge curation provided broader, deeper, and more accurate results than the traditional small pool of experts.

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Is Artificial Intelligence About to Change Doing Business Forever? - Smart Data Collective

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Is Artificial Intelligence About to Change Doing Business Forever?
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IDG Connect – Where is Artificial Intelligence Heading?

IDG Connect – Where is Artificial Intelligence Heading? | How Artificial Intelligence is likely to change in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it
We speak to professional insiders to find out if 2014 really is the year for AI.
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a rather interesting article talking to some industry professionals regarding their personal opinions on where A.I. is headed.

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The Future of Cognitive Computing

“ World renowned experts in the fields of psychology, artificial intelligence, management and healthcare share their views on the future of cognitive computing...”
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a brief view of some professionals about where A.I. could lead to and how we as a species can interact with it
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The Challenge and Promise of Artificial Intelligence, a Bay Area Science Festival Wonder Dialog

[Recorded: November 5, 2011] Join leading researchers Dr. Eric Horvitz of Microsoft Research and Dr. Peter Norvig of Google for an intriguing discussion abou...
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An interesting discussion from 2011 between Dr. Eric Horvitz of Microsoft Research and Dr. Peter Norvig of Google  on the challenges and possible advancements of A.I.

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4 Big Opportunities in Artificial Intelligence

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Google's acquisition of DeepMind is yet another sign the future of artificial intelligence is here. Check out some of the big ideas AI startups are pursuing.

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THE *OFFICIAL ANDREASCY*'s curator insight, January 28, 2014 11:14 AM

Think artificial intelligence is just for the movies? Think again.

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Games as an Expres

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Games as an Expressive Medium Michael Mateas [Professor of Computer Science, UC Santa Cruz] Abstract: Artificial in...
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Bill Gates: Yes, robots really are about to take your jobs - BGR

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Bill Gates: Yes, robots really are about to take your jobs
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Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates isn't going to sugarcoat things: The increasing power of automation technology is going to put a lot of people out of work.
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A short statement from Bill Gates on how the job market could change with the use of more sophisticated A.I.

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Rise of the Robots--The Future of Artificial Intelligence

Rise of the Robots--The Future of Artificial Intelligence | How Artificial Intelligence is likely to change in the next 5-10 years | Scoop.it

By 2050 robot "brains" based on computers that execute 100 trillion instructions per second will start rivaling human intelligence

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A look at how A.I. has not succeeded as well as we had hoped but with the right direction we will be able to achieve all that we had imagined and more.

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