Apple has published its first AI research paper

Apple has stayed true to its promise and published its first academic paper on artificial intelligence. The world’s most valuable company has traditionally kept its AI research private but earlier this month Ruslan Salakhutdinov, director of AI research at Apple, made a pledge to start being more open. The new Apple paper — published December 22 and titled “Learning from simulated and unsupervised images through adversarial training” — gives an insight into some of the techniques that Apple is using to develop AI. In the study, which was published through the Cornell University Library, Apple researchers explain a technique that can be used to improve how an algorithm learns to “see” what is in an image. The paper’s six authors state that using synthetic images (such as those seen in…

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