Posts Tagged 'Deep Learning'

Rob High Suggests Emotional Analysis is Next

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IBM Watson CTO Rob High presented a keynote recently at the NVidia GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, in which he took the 3,500 attendees through the milestones of Watson development since the 2011 Jeopardy win, reviewed the differences between AI and Cognitive Computing, and suggested that a core future development area for Watson will be taking the analysis of sentiment beyond “red light/green light” toward a more textured understanding of personality, emotion, and tone.

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Looking at Unpredictability in truly Cognitive Systems

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The recent Google AlphaGo victory over a human Go grandmaster is notable not only for the prodigious capabilities of deep learning on display from the machine but also for the surprise one of AlphaGo’s moves brought to Lee Se-Dol, the human competitor. As Lee stated, this was “not a human move.” He is reported to have felt the need to leave the room for 15 minutes to regain his composure.

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Microsoft Makes Deep Learning Toolkit Available on GitHub

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Microsoft announced that it has open sourced its Computational Networks Toolkit and that the software is now available to the public at hosting service GitHub. Microsoft used the toolkit to help train the Cortana personal assistant product in language recognition – at a rate an order of magnitude faster than with prior approaches.

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