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Google Knowledge Graph: Forget HAL 9000; Here Come the Cylons

For some time now, Googles uber-secretive and appropriately titled X Laboratory research center (responsible for such cutting-edge innovations as Google Glasses) has been quietly creating one of the largest artificial intelligences in existence. Perhaps most significantly, Googles AI brain taught itself to recognize a cat without any guidance from the research team. The key point is that Googles researchers didnt give their machine any help finding the features of a cat. DATA-DRIVEN AI The experiment reflected an additional profound conclusion: even though (at present) our biological brains may be more advanced, Googles research shows that existing machine learning algorithms vastly improve as they are given access to large pools of data.

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July 15, 2012 July 16, 2012 Business 2 Community via Google News Applications CognitiveScience MachineLearning NewsFinder Text English HTML

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