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Use deep learning on data you already have

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Clean, labeled data requires data analysts with a combination of domain knowledge, and infrastructure engineers who can design and maintain robust data processing platforms. Looking toward narrow AI systems, much of the recent excitement involves systems that combine deep learning with additional techniques (reinforcement learning, probabilistic computing) and components (memory, knowledge, reasoning, and planning). Many current systems based on deep learning require big compute, big data, and big models. While researchers are seeking to build tools that are less dependent on large-scale pattern recognition, companies wanting to use deep learning as a machine learning technique can get started using tools that integrate with their existing big data platforms.


How Machines Make Sense of Big Data: an Introduction to Clustering Algorithms

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Repeat Step 1 by recalculating the distance matrix, but this time merge the Bottlenose & Risso's Dolphins into a single object with length 3.3m. Then, we repeat Step 1 -- recalculate the distance matrix, but now we've merged the Pilot & Killer Whales into a single object of length 7.0m. Then, we repeat Step 1 and compute a new distance matrix, having merged the Bottlenose & Risso's Dolphins with the Pilot & Killer Whales. Then, it's back to Step 1 -- compute the distance matrix, having merged the Humpback & Fin Whales.


How Artificial Intelligence (AI) beat the best poker players in the world?

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"That was anticlimactic," Jason Les said with a smirk, getting up from his seat. Unlike nearly everyone else in Pittsburgh's Rivers Casino, Les had just played his last few hands against an artificially intelligent opponent on a computer screen. After his fellow players -- Daniel McAulay next to him and Jimmy Chou and Dong Kim in an office upstairs -- eventually did the same, they started to commiserate. The consensus: That AI was one hell of a poker player.


Do you trust China to be the world leader in AI (Artificial Intelligence)? Internet, Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog

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The New York Times reported that China "laid out a development plan on Thursday to become the world leader in A.I. by 2030, aiming to surpass its rivals technologically and build a domestic industry worth almost $150 billion." The July 20, 2017 report entitled "Beijing Wants A.I. to Be Made in China by 2030" included these details on the plan: In budget proposals, the Trump administration has suggested slashing resources for a number of agencies that have traditionally backed research in A.I.


Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg clash over the future of artificial intelligence

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Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer. Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer. Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer. Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer.


Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg clash over the future of artificial intelligence

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Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer. Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer. Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer. Justin Chang reviews "War for the Planet of the Apes," directed by Matt Reeves and starring Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn and Judy Greer.


Mark Zuckerberg Thinks Elon Musk's Views on Artificial Intelligence Are 'Pretty Irresponsible'

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Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg have some major things in common: They're both CEOs of prominent Silicon Valley companies, and both of those companies rely heavily on artificial intelligence. "If you can eliminate that with A.I., that is going to be just a dramatic improvement in people's lives." Earlier this month, Musk cited his closeness to A.I. Zuckerberg's Facebook has relied more and more on A.I.


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The 42-year-old single mom from Connecticut met 24-year-old Jesse from Amsterdam on an international dating app and now she's traveling to his native country to meet him for the first time. Darcey's journey to visit her much younger boyfriend is chronicled on TLC's new series "90 Day Fiance: Before the Ring." "When I first saw Jesse's profile, the age difference didn't throw me off," Darcey said of seeing Jesse's dating profile for the first time in a clip from the series. Darcey admitted she was slightly deceitful in her dating profile when she first reached out to Jesse.


iRobot CEO says the company won't share your Roomba home mapping data without your OK

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In a recent interview with Reuters, Angle indicated iRobot might want to sell home mapping data collected by its Roomba robot vacuums to third party smart home product companies like Apple, Google, and Amazon in the future. In the interview, Angle told Reuters that he could make a deal to start sharing, through partnerships, the collected home mapping data to a company like Amazon, Google, or Apple within a couple of years. Colin Angle: iRobot takes privacy and security of its customers very seriously. So what percentage of iRobot customers actually have products collecting this home mapping data?


This new dating app wants to help you find love with Twitter celebrities

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Are you a verified Twitter user? BLUE is a new premium version of the existing dating app Loveflutter, and it promises to let you into an exclusive world full of "celebrities and other Twitter blue tick holders." But this is another addition to the increasingly long list of exclusive dating apps -- think The League, Inner Circle, and the enigmatic Raya. SEE ALSO: Kittenfishing is the newest online dating trend -- and it's kinda just lying Picking from some of the roughly 200,000 verified Twitter users also doesn't necessarily mean you're guaranteed to date a celebrity -- or even someone who's internet famous.