Google releases its artificial intelligence software into the wild

Google admits that its machine learning system could work much better Photo: AFP Google has announced that it is releasing its artificial intelligence software into the wild, allowing third-party developers to contribute to its evolution. Artificial intelligence – or what Google describes as “machine learning” – is making computers and gadgets smarter every day. From image recognition to voice translation and noise cancellation, Google uses machine learning in many of its products, and has pumped a huge amount of its research and development budget into improving these systems. Earlier this year, for example, Google engineers released the bizarre results of an artificial intelligence experiment, which saw photos interpreted and edited by the company’s “neural network”, which has been trained to detect faces and other patterns in images. One of the images…


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