Google and Elon Musk open their AI platforms to researchers

Join us on Newsletter Subscribe to our newsletter for a daily roundup of what’s happening in tech delivered straight to your inbox. Subscribe Artificial intelligence got a big push today as both Google and OpenAI announced plans to open-source their deep learning code. Elon Musk’s OpenAI released Universe, a software platform that “lets us train a single [AI] agent on any task a human can complete with a computer.” At the same time, Google parent Alphabet is putting its entire DeepMind Lab training environment codebase on GitHub, helping anyone train their own AI systems. DeepMind first burrowed into the public consciousness by defeating a world champion at the notoriously difficult game Go. However, to advance deep learning further, Alphabet says that such AI “agents” require highly detailed environments to serve…

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