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

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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.
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Is “Deep Learning” a Revolution in Artificial Intelligence?

Is “Deep Learning” a Revolution in Artificial Intelligence? | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
Can a new technique known as deep learning revolutionize artificial intelligence?
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Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence

Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
Advances in an artificial intelligence technology that can recognize patterns offer the possibility of machines that perform human activities like seeing, listening and thinking.
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Deep learning may enable us to devise more intelligent AI.

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One Per Cent: Machine translator speaks Chinese in your own voice

One Per Cent: Machine translator speaks Chinese in your own voice | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
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Natural language Processing will revolutionize how people interact with computers and how we interact with each other and as the technology becomes more robust the applications will be more profound.

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Kudos for Designer of Gene Experiment in Lab. Well Done, Robot! - New York Times

British scientists say they have developed a robotic system that for the first time can design a genetics experiment, carry it out and interpret the results.No difference was found between the
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Reducing unnecessary lab testing in the ICU with artificial intelligence

Reducing unnecessary lab testing in the ICU with artificial intelligence | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
International Journal of Medical Informatics, Volume null, Issue null, Pages null, null, Authors:F. Cismondi; L.A. Celi; A.S. Fialho; S.M. Vieira; S.R. Reti; J.M.C. Sousa; S.N. Finkelstein
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Artificial intelligence lab technicians will revolutionize lab testing. Labs augmented with AI that can do the job of a trained lab technician  will reduce the cost of your every day blood test as well as research and development.

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How machine learning can help to understand brain signals

How machine learning can help to understand brain signals | Intelligent systems | 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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Creating artificial intelligence will help us better understand our own brain.

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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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How Search Is Evolving — Finally! — Beyond Caveman Queries

How Search Is Evolving — Finally! — Beyond Caveman Queries | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
The stilted language of searching is becoming more human. Some call it "conversational search."
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One Per Cent: Watson, the supercomputer genius, heads for the cloud

One Per Cent: Watson, the supercomputer genius, heads for the cloud | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
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Putting AI in the cloud will leverage the capabilities of artificial intelligences such as Watson allowing individuals to be more productive at a low cost.

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Bad financial algorithm leads to severe stock market disarray

Knight Capital Group's code appears responsible; 150 stocks involved in error.
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Smarter algorithms resulting in week AI or independent AI trading watchdogs ether internal to company's or imposed on traders by legislation will curb rouge bot trading and possibly catch financial criminals.

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Automated Experimentation | Full text | Towards Robot Scientists for autonomous scientific discovery

We review the main components of autonomous scientific discovery, and how they lead to the concept of a Robot Scientist.
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IBM Watson Finally Graduates Medical School -- InformationWeek

IBM Watson Finally Graduates Medical School -- InformationWeek | Intelligent systems | Scoop.it
Partnership with Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center suggests IBM's supercomputer is ready to help oncologists manage their most challenging cases.
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Week AI will revolutionize all fields it come in contact with, starting off with the most complex and data rich.

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