Facebook’s DeepText Takes AI to the Next Level

Artificial intelligence, or AI, has been one of the trending tech subcultures this year. Consumers and large-scale companies are looking at ways to improve the current tech landscape to better incorporate AI. One of the ways this is happening is through the incorporation of “deep learning” algorithms in software used on popular sites like Google, Facebook, and Microsoft. These algorithms – used to build computer recognition for objects in images, faces, and dialogue – are becoming increasingly necessary to make AI more accessible for consumers. In response to this, Facebook has launched DeepText, a “natural language processing engine that comprehends the textual content of several thousand posts per second, spanning more than 20 languages”, as reported by International Business Times. In short? A large-scale algorithm database could serve as an…

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