Apple’s secrecy is damaging its AI research

Less iRobot than I, Robot it seems.Photo: 20th Century FoxApple’s desire to compete with companies like Facebook and Google in terms of artificial intelligence research is being hurt by… (drum roll) its obsessive secrecy, according to a new report. Noted neural network researcher Yoshua Bengio says that Apple has started attending big conferences such as the Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) conference in Montreal, but tends to keep a low profile. This is in stark contrast with companies such as Google, Microsoft, Facebook and even the Chinese search company Baidu, all of which are scheduled to present research papers at this year’s event. “Apple is off the scale in terms of secrecy,” Richard Zemel, a professor in the computer science department at the University of Toronto, tells Bloomberg. “They’re completely out of…

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