The machine that learns like a CHILD: Algorithm recognises and scribbles symbols that look …

Software has been called the Bayesian Program Learning frameworkIt recognises a symbol by looking at it once and copying its general shapeThe framework can even draw symbols that are hard to spot by humansMachines usually take hundreds of attempts to memorise visual concepts By Gian Volpicelli For Mailonline Published: 19:11, 10 December 2015 | Updated: 19:11, 10 December 2015 When children are shown a new object, such as letter in the alphabet, a picture or a real-world item, they generally only need a couple of instances to be able to identify it accurately.Machines, by comparison, have to be trained hundreds and thousands of times to not only identify an object, but also to recognise it from different angles.But researchers have designed an algorithm to solve this problem by allowing computers to…


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