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Sleep helps your baby learn to talk

Daily Mail

In particular, sleep helps the important process of associating meanings to words - and not just perceive them as random noise. A study has shown the importance of sleep for a baby's speech development (file photo) 'Our results demonstrate that children hold real word meanings in their long-term memory much earlier than assumed, ' said senior author Angela Friederici. Scientists introduced six- to eight-month-old infants to'fantasy objects' which they gave fantasy names such as'Bofel' or'Zuser.' As your child gets older, it can be helpful to keep to a similar bedtime routine.


Teaching machines to understand video could be the key to giving them common sense

#artificialintelligence

Five years ago, researchers made a sudden leap in the accuracy of software that can interpret images. The technology behind it, artificial neural networks, underpins the recent boom in artificial intelligence (see "10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013: Deep Learning"). Yann LeCun, director of Facebook's AI research group and a professor at New York University, helped pioneer the use of neural networks for machine vision. That's what would allow them to acquire common sense, in the end.


Teaching machines to understand video could be the key to giving them common sense

#artificialintelligence

Five years ago, researchers made a sudden leap in the accuracy of software that can interpret images. The technology behind it, artificial neural networks, underpins the recent boom in artificial intelligence (see "10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013: Deep Learning"). Yann LeCun, director of Facebook's AI research group and a professor at New York University, helped pioneer the use of neural networks for machine vision. That's what would allow them to acquire common sense, in the end.


Teaching machines to understand video could be the key to giving them common sense

#artificialintelligence

Five years ago, researchers made a sudden leap in the accuracy of software that can interpret images. The technology behind it, artificial neural networks, underpins the recent boom in artificial intelligence (see "10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013: Deep Learning"). Yann LeCun, director of Facebook's AI research group and a professor at New York University, helped pioneer the use of neural networks for machine vision. That's what would allow them to acquire common sense, in the end.


Facebook's AI Chief: Machines Could Learn Common Sense from Video

MIT Technology Review

Five years ago, researchers made a sudden leap in the accuracy of software that can interpret images. The technology behind it, artificial neural networks, underpins the recent boom in artificial intelligence (see "10 Breakthrough Technologies 2013: Deep Learning"). Yann LeCun, director of Facebook's AI research group and a professor at New York University, helped pioneer the use of neural networks for machine vision. That's what would allow them to acquire common sense, in the end.