Google’s clever artificial intelligence move

Google’s clever artificial intelligence move by David Tuffley, 2015-11-17 05:57:15.0 THE development of smarter and more pervasive artificial intelligence is about to shift into overdrive with the announcement by Google this week that TensorFlow, its second-generation machine-learning system, will be made available free to anyone who wants to use it. Machine learning emulates the way the human brain learns about the world, recognising patterns and relationships, understanding language and coping with ambiguity. This technology, which already provides the smarts for Google’s image and speech recognition, foreign-language translation and various other applications, is now open source — the source code is freely available and can be modified, developed in new directions, and redistributed in the same way that the Linux operating system is open. There are gold-rush opportunities for imaginative commercial…

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