Apple releases artificial intelligence paper that helps machines train on image information better …

At the Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) conference earlier this month, Russ Salakhutdinov of Apple showed a slide that Apple would begin to publish research papers. The previous ban on publishing research papers by Apple meant that less researchers in the cutting edge of AI research would work for the company. AI researchers present at the conference were blown away by the design and the type face of the slide, more than the announcement. Apple will start publishing, according to @rsalakhu at #nips2016 pic.twitter.com/I0ndKKc2vB — hardmaru (@hardmaru) December 6, 2016 Barely a month has gone by, and Apple has already published its first research paper. The paper is published on Arxiv, and demonstrates a unique approach to quickly train machines. Machine learning approaches for machine vision use large databanks of real images,…


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