Facebook’s AI could be reading your messages to teach itself how humans communicate

Facebook’s AI could be reading your messages to teach itself how humans communicateDeepText is currently being tested in Messenger and can read the chatWill soon understand text in Facebook statuses Has the ability to perform world-level and character-level based learningAI can use word embedding instead of assigning numeric IDBy Stacy Liberatore For Dailymail.com Published: 19:01, 2 June 2016 | Updated: 19:01, 2 June 2016 Facebook envisions a world where humans and bots casually communicate with each other.And now the social media giant is one-step closer with a natural engine that analyzes 10,000 posts every second in 20 languages.Called DeepText, this artificial intelligence uses deep neural networks to understand the meaning of text being shared on the site ‘with near-human accuracy’ and gives relevant suggestions.Scroll down for video  Facebook is one-step closer to perfecting…


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