ActiWalk

Waiting to cross the road has never been so much fun! German students install touch screen Pong arcade game in traffic lights Students came up idea of ping pong game at crossings two years ago They made a prototype after five million people shared their idea online ActiWalk can be played wirelessly with a person … Continue reading ActiWalk

Pandas Library for Data Manipulation

DATA ANALYSIS, MACHINE LEARNING / FRIDAY, MARCH 30TH, 2018 Data analysis is one of the most empowered part of Data Science, and when it comes to data analysis then Python’s Pandas Library just couldn’t be skipped. Pandas library is a open source tool for data analysis and its manipulation, which comes handy for every data analyst. This provides some significant … Continue reading Pandas Library for Data Manipulation

Why Self-Taught Artificial Intelligence Has Trouble With the Real World

The latest artificial intelligence systems start from zero knowledge of a game and grow to world-beating in a matter of hours. But researchers are struggling to apply these systems beyond the arcade. maxuser Joshua Sokol Contributing Writer February 21, 2018 DOWNLOAD AS PDF Until very recently, the machines that could trounce champions were at least … Continue reading Why Self-Taught Artificial Intelligence Has Trouble With the Real World

Understanding deep learning through neuron deletion

Deep neural networks are composed of many individual neurons, which combine in complex and counterintuitive ways to solve a wide range of challenging tasks. This complexity grants neural networks their power but also earns them their reputation as confusing and opaque black boxes.  Understanding how deep neural networks function is critical for explaining their decisions … Continue reading Understanding deep learning through neuron deletion

This Restaurant Robot Is Designed To Help Servers–Not Replace Them

People might not want to eat in a robot-run restaurant, but what if the waiter has a robot that helps them carry your food? BY ADELE PETERS “Our goal is to automate the hard part of [restaurant] work, so employees focus more on customer service,” says John Ha, who is both the owner of the restaurant … Continue reading This Restaurant Robot Is Designed To Help Servers–Not Replace Them

Exercise JC18 Israel-USA

We are always strong together | Exercise Juniper Cobra 2018 ** On Thursday, the security forces began major preparations, including a military presence throughout the country and preliminary exercises, ahead of the start of the largest exercise this year between the IDF and the European Command of the US Army - the Juniper Cobra 2018 … Continue reading Exercise JC18 Israel-USA

Exercise JC18 Israel-USA

We are always strong together | Exercise Juniper Cobra 2018** On Thursday, the security forces began major preparations, including a military presence throughout the country and preliminary exercises, ahead of the start of the largest exercise this year between the IDF and the European Command of the US Army - the Juniper Cobra 2018 exercise. … Continue reading Exercise JC18 Israel-USA

Open Sourcing the Hunt for Exoplanets

Thursday, March 08, 2018 Posted by Chris Shallue, Senior Software Engineer, Google Brain Team (Crossposted on the Google Open Source Blog) Recently, we discovered two exoplanets by training a neural network to analyze data from NASA’s Kepler space telescope and accurately identify the most promising planet signals. And while this was only an initial analysis of ~700 stars, we consider this a … Continue reading Open Sourcing the Hunt for Exoplanets

The Building Blocks of Interpretability

Tuesday, March 06, 2018 Posted by Chris Olah, Research Scientist and Arvind Satyanarayan, Visiting Researcher, Google Brain Team (Crossposted on the Google Open Source Blog) In 2015, our early attempts to visualize how neural networks understand images led to psychedelic images. Soon after, we open sourced our code as DeepDream and it grew into a small art movement producing all sorts of amazing things. But … Continue reading The Building Blocks of Interpretability

A Preview of Bristlecone, Google’s New Quantum Processor

Monday, March 05, 2018 Posted by Julian Kelly, Research Scientist, Quantum AI Lab The goal of the Google Quantum AI lab is to build a quantum computer that can be used to solve real-world problems. Our strategy is to explore near-term applications using systems that are forward compatible to a large-scale universal error-corrected quantum computer. In order … Continue reading A Preview of Bristlecone, Google’s New Quantum Processor

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