Machine Learning Algorithm Learns to Play Games by Watching You Play ThemDr. Łukasz Kaiser of Universite Paris Diderot is working on an algorithm that can learn how pretty much anything works by just processing videos of said thing. Object recognition technology and high-level machine learning may sound like old news by now, but interestingly, there had been relatively few papers combining the two (and by few, I mean five). This one strives to create something that can watch you and learn your ways. Lofty, so lofty.Read on...
Google Brain Simulation Is Shown The Internet, Can Now Identify Cats
A team of Google scientists fed their 16,000 core brain simulation 10 million images from the Internet and told it to do whatever. So what did it do? It learned what cats look like. That picture up there is its mental picture of a cat, which appears to be a faintly annoyed tabby. If there was ever a time when the Internet actually teaches us something, this is one of those times.Read on...