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DHagar
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DHagar,
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1/28/2016 | 10:30:57 PM
Re: Google AI
MordyK, there you go - good one!
MordyK
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MordyK,
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1/28/2016 | 10:22:23 PM
Re: Google AI
Trump for President :)
DHagar
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DHagar,
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1/28/2016 | 10:14:16 PM
Re: Google AI
MordyK, great thoughts!  Very true, the human being is a marvel - we still haven't tapped into the capacities of the brain.  Excellent perspective that all models we are admiring are mirrors of the human creation.  We will make progress as long as we don't forget that!

And yes, some received fewer brain cells - or at least don't use the ones they were given!
MordyK
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1/28/2016 | 9:47:21 PM
Re: Google AI
They can definitely surpass us, but I find that the best R&D creates and replicates human capabilities and then takes them to the next evel. Every time I see new research that replicates a human capability, I marvel at the impressiveness of the human being raw capabilities,

Effectvely depending on your beliefs either evolution or god greated the ultimate sensor device in us humans. Although he may have removed some of the intelligence :)
DHagar
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1/28/2016 | 9:38:57 PM
Re: Google AI
MordyK, it really does open the door to changes we can't even imagine at this time.  The capabilities are no longer limited by our human limits but are unlimited by the technological abilities.  I don't think we have scratched the surface. 

We will be learning for years!
MordyK
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MordyK,
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1/28/2016 | 8:38:25 PM
Re: Google AI
This capability is very excisting and the possibilities endless. It effectively allows you to train it to repllicate your eyes and your brain, which allows you to understand what things are. Food, nutrition, freshness, etc. ae but a few examples of what this tech can achieve. The only real thing that needs to be added for a fully capable device of human level comprehension of the surroundings is the need to replace the sensory element. This includes sound and feel, and these things are being workd on in research labs.
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1/28/2016 | 2:44:21 PM
Google AI
Well one of the key elements of this deal with Movidius is the latter's development kit. It would appear that Google wants to have other developers start figuring out potential capabilities and apps. There's more about it on Google's Project Tango page, including information about the devkit. -- Brian Santo

 
DanJones
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1/28/2016 | 1:49:47 PM
Re: scary
AI as Google sees it, as all machine-learning. They first commercially deployed it for the Google Photos update, which "recognizes" faces etc. and orders them.
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1/28/2016 | 1:12:17 PM
Mobile AI
The people involved  seem to be thinking about putting this capability on mobile phones first, so that provides a general boundary for what you can expect the first applications to be. But specifics? I hope to follow up with Google to find out more. The company flatly refused to talk to me for this article. -- Brian Santo
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1/28/2016 | 12:47:49 PM
Re: scary
I expect the earliest applications will be security, facial recognition and looking for objects that might be weapons. 

Also, facial recognition and object recognition used for marketing. "Say, Brian," says the neural network, "I notice you're drinking a Starbucks coffee. Wouldn't you be happier if you just throw that out and buy a Peet's instead?"

 
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