Apple publishes its first AI research paper

Join us on Newsletter Subscribe to our newsletter for a daily roundup of what’s happening in tech delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe Gabrielle Lurie/AFP/Getty Images When Apple said it would publish its artificial intelligence research, it raised at least a couple of big questions. When would we see the first paper? And would the public data be important, or would the company keep potential trade secrets close to the vest? At last, we have answers. Apple researchers have published their first AI paper, and the findings could clearly be useful for computer vision technology. The paper tackles the problem of teaching AI to recognize objects using simulated images, which are easier to use than photos (since you don’t need a human to tag items) but poor for adapting to…


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