Artificial Intelligence: Google DeepMind Now One Step Closer to ‘One-Shot Learning’

Google is slowly becoming (if it is not already) the go-to place for everyone who needs “smart” solutions to problems. However, researchers at Google’s DeepMind may have found a way to make their AI smarter. Advertisement Recent developments at Google’s DeepMind point toward a new deep-learning algorithm. This lets their artificial intelligence system recognize objects from a single example. Google DeepMind is the U.K.-based subsidiary of Alphabet, the parent company of Google. This is Google’s not-so-secret lab for AI projects that range from translation and map guidance to machine learning. DeepMind is now capable of recognizing objects on images, handwriting, and even language through this “one-shot learning” algorithm. This is an amazing duplication of man’s ability to recognize objects after one or two times of seeing them. Machines previously needed…


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