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Building An Artificial Intelligence

Building An Artificial Intelligence

This video is brought to you in thanks to Squarespace. Whether you need a domain, website or online store – make it with Squarespace! In the last video in this series, we discussed the biologically inspired structure of deep learning neural networks and built-up an abstracted model based on that. We then went through the […]

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Lexus ES | Driven by Intuition | A film made by Artificial Intelligence

Lexus ES | Driven by Intuition | A film made by Artificial Intelligence

Lexus presents a film written by artificial intelligence… Directed by award-winning human. Final inspection_ Breaking News: Crash Test Imminent. The New Lexus ES. Driven by intuition. The New Lexus ES. Self-charging hybrid.

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Trends in Artificial Intelligence: Leveraging massive amounts of data to inform automation

Trends in Artificial Intelligence: Leveraging massive amounts of data to inform automation

One of the really interesting things about computing and the term computing itself, is that it’s inherently mathematical. It goes back to the days when computers were all about computation and arithmetic. But that’s not what we use computers for anymore. Computers are really all about automation and communication now. And one of the things […]

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AI & Emotional Intelligence | Cognizant

AI & Emotional Intelligence | Cognizant

Clients know that Conversational experience now has to be intelligent, it has to be contextual, it has to be personalized. Where it’s going next very rapidly is this idea of emotional intelligence and that’s where Cognizant is investing now to be able to take our clients quickly into that phase, Conversational technologies that can really […]

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A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) – Movies with Mikey

A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) – Movies with Mikey

A.I.: Artificial Intelligence is a 2002 movie from Steven Spielberg made in between Saving Private Ryan and Minority Report. And THOSE were in between Catch Me If You Can and Amistad. AKA Spielberg’s attempt at brining every possible Oscar out of the academy until they were cold lifeless shell of a geriatric organization that use […]

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Elon Musk: Neuralink, AI, Autopilot, and the Pale Blue Dot | Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast

Elon Musk: Neuralink, AI, Autopilot, and the Pale Blue Dot | Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast

– The following is a conversation with Elon Musk, Part 2. The second time we spoke on the podcast, with parallels if not in quality then in outfit to the, objectively speaking, greatest sequel of all time, “Godfather Part II”. As many people know, Elon Musk is a leader of Tesla, SpaceX, Neuralink and the […]

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Artificial Intelligence Research at RIT

Artificial Intelligence Research at RIT

>>Artificial Intelligence is the effort to making machines intelligent. We are good at making the machines’ intelligence in a very narrow set of tasks. You could think of when you are selecting a movie on Netflix or when you’re purchasing something on Amazon or when you’re hitting a ‘like’ button on Facebook, there is a […]

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Artificial intelligence | تصوحب روبو ؟

Artificial intelligence | تصوحب روبو ؟

Will you become friends with a robot someday? Hello and welcome to Draw My Science, more precisely Science Me Up Today we’re going to talk about the Artificial Intelligence Yes, I will discuss it further As a brief wikipedia definition the Artificial Intelligence is the ability of technology to learn from its mistakes and to […]

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Vectors – The Math of Intelligence #3

Vectors – The Math of Intelligence #3

Hello world. It’s Siraj, and what’s the deal with vectors! You’re going to see this word a lot in machine learning And it’s one of the most crucial concepts to understand. A huge part of Machine learning is finding a way to properly represent some data sets programmatically Let’s say you’re a manager at Tesla […]

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Vladimir Vapnik: Statistical Learning | MIT Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast

Vladimir Vapnik: Statistical Learning | MIT Artificial Intelligence (AI) Podcast

The following is a conversation with Vladimir Vapnik. He is the co-inventor of support vector machines, support vector clustering, VC theory, and many foundational ideas in statistical learning. He was born in the Soviet Union and worked at the Institute of Control Sciences in Moscow. Then in the United States, he worked at AT&T, NEC […]

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