Deep Learning has a data problem

Statistical Data Analysis Posted by Dan Swinhoe on September 26 2016 Despite being told we’re now in the age of big data, data explosions, and Exabytes, Artificial Intelligence is still suffering from a lack of data. “There are people saying the same things they were in the 90s,” Professor Neil Lawrence of the University of Sheffield said at the Re: Work Deep Learning Summit in London. “The only difference is scale.” At the summit, various experts in AI [Deep Learning is a branch of AI where the learning systems are loosely inspired by the human brain] showed off an impressive array of uses, ranging from robot’s interacting with the world to intuitive health diagnostics and intelligent chatbots. Currently, these are often very good at one specified task; identifying certain images,…

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