Artificial intelligence for daily use

Real-world artificial-intelligence applications are popping up in unexpected places – and much sooner than you might think.While winning a game of Go might be impressive, machine intelligence is also evolving to the point where it can be used by more people to do more things. That’s how four engineers with almost zero knowledge of Japanese were able to create software, in just a few months, that can decipher handwriting in the language.The programmers at Reactive came up with an application that recognises scrawled-out Japanese with 98.66 per cent accuracy. The 18-month-old startup in Tokyo is part of a growing global community of coders and investors who are harnessing the power of neural networks to put AI to far more practical purposes than answering trivia or winning board games.”Just a few…


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