Facebook working on tech that can ‘read’ photographs by users

Paul O’Donoghue and Sam Griffin Published 04/11/2015 | 02:30 Peggy Johnson from Microsoft on the Start Up University Summit Stage. Photo: Frank McGrath Sarah Haide, from Germany, takes a break at the Web Summit at the RDS. Photo: Frank McGrath Facebook is working on artificial intelligence that will be able to evaluate the world in a similar way to humans, such as being able to tell what is happening in users photos. Share Go To Speaking at the Web Summit in Dublin, Facebook chief technology officer Mike Schroepfer outlined the main technology developments the US giant is aiming to make over the next decade. Earlier this year, the social media giant unveiled its “Memory Networks” technology, which lets machines perform high-level questioning and answering. As an example, Mr Schroepfer showed…

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