Facebook Simulates Human Thinking with DeepText

Creating Artificial Intelligence is the ultimate goal of every software company in the world. In a haste to control and replicate every human thinking process or behavior, more and more companies are trying to develop and use artificial intelligence programs. As exciting for scientists as it may be, for the moment, the new developments have commercial purposes only. Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and others have tried to incorporate into their products algorithms that perform face recognitions, or that can identify objects in an image, or that can map conversations. In May, Google came up with SyntaxNet, a program that can read and understand human language on deeper levels. Facebook followed the same trend and announced the release of an algorithm of its own, called DeepText. The engine will process natural language and…

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