What is Machine Intelligence vs. Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning vs. Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

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We return to the question of terminology that we started this post with. Our feeling is that the term "artificial intelligence" has been used in so many ways that it is now confusing. People use AI to refer to all three approaches described above, plus others, and therefore has become almost meaningless. The term "machine learning" is a more narrowly defined term for machines that learn from data, including simple neural models such as ANNs and Deep Learning. We use the term "machine intelligence" to refer to machines that learn but are aligned with the Biological Neural Network approach. Although there still is much work ahead of us, we believe the Biological Neural Network approach is the fastest and most direct path to truly intelligent machines. This blog entry was modified on Thu Mar 24 2016 to clarify the timing of neural network research.


What is Machine Intelligence vs. Machine Learning vs. Deep Learning vs. Artificial Intelligence (AI)?

#artificialintelligence

We return to the question of terminology that we started this post with. Our feeling is that the term "artificial intelligence" has been used in so many ways that it is now confusing. People use AI to refer to all three approaches described above, plus others, and therefore has become almost meaningless. The term "machine learning" is a more narrowly defined term for machines that learn from data, including simple neural models such as ANNs and Deep Learning. We use the term "machine intelligence" to refer to machines that learn but are aligned with the Biological Neural Network approach. Although there still is much work ahead of us, we believe the Biological Neural Network approach is the fastest and most direct path to truly intelligent machines. This blog entry was modified on Thu Mar 24 2016 to clarify the timing of neural network research.


What is Deep Learning and Neural Network

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Neural Networks and Deep Learning are currently the two hot buzzwords that are being used nowadays with Artificial Intelligence. The recent developments in the World of Artificial intelligence can be attributed to these two as they have played a significant role in improving the intelligence of AI. Look around, and you will find more and more intelligent machines around. Thanks to Neural Networks and Deep Learning, jobs and capabilities that were once considered the forte of humans are now being performed by machines. Today, Machines are no longer made to eat more complex algorithms, but instead, they are fed to develop into an autonomous, self-teaching systems capable of revolutionizing many industries all around.


Deep Learning Key Terms, Explained

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Enjoying a surge in research and industry, due mainly to its incredible successes in a number of different areas, deep learning is the process of applying deep neural network technologies - that is, neural network architectures with multiple hidden layers - to solve problems. Deep learning is a process, like data mining, which employs deep neural network architectures, which are particular types of machine learning algorithms. As defined above, deep learning is the process of applying deep neural network technologies to solve problems. Like data mining, deep learning refers to a process, which employs deep neural network architectures, which are particular types of machine learning algorithms.


Why Deep Learning, and Why Now

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Deep learning is all the rage today, as companies across industries seek to use advanced computational techniques to find useful information hidden across huge swaths of data. While the field of artificial intelligence is decades old, breakthroughs in the field of artificial neural networks are driving the explosion of deep learning. In the wake of World War II, the English mathematician and codebreaker Alan Turning penned his definition for true artificial intelligence. Dubbed the Turing Test, a conversational machine would have to convince a human that he was talking to another human. It took 60 years, but a computer finally passed the Turing Test back in 2014, when a chat bot developed by the University of Reading dubbed "Eugene" convinced 33% of the judges convened by the Royal Society in London that he was real.