Facebook researchers cut artificial intelligence learning time

Facebook on Tuesday said that it has made advancements in its artificial intelligence research to better spot objects, tie natural language understanding to image recognition, plan and better utilize predictive learning. The advancements were outlined in a blog post by Facebook CTO Mike Schroepfer. The findings were also presented at the Dublin Web Summit. Facebook’s AI Research (FAIR) has been working on improving machine learning for years. Initially, the focus was on algorithms and better spotting images for user photos. Ultimately, this AI knowledge will make its way into Facebook’s virtual reality efforts. special feature AI and the Future of Business Machine learning, task automation and robotics are already widely used in business. These and other AI technologies are about to multiply, and we look at how organizations can best…

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