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Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine

TECH PUNDIT TIM O’Reilly had just tried the new Google Photos app, and he was amazed by the depth of its artificial intelligence. O’Reilly was standing a few feet from Google CEO and co-founder Larry Page this past May, at a small cocktail receptio… → Read More: Google Just Open Sourced TensorFlow, Its Artificial Intelligence Engine

IBM brings Watson’s cognitive computing to sports

IBM took cognitive computing into the sports world today with a trio of partnerships under which cognitive applications-powered by Watson will help prevent concussions, change the nature of training in golf and transform fans’ game-day experiences. The… → Read More: IBM brings Watson’s cognitive computing to sports

Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Human Data Scientists

Artificial intelligence may be poised to ease the shortage of data scientists who build models that explain and predict patterns in the ocean of “Big Data” representing today’s world. An MIT startup’s computer software has proved capable of bui… → Read More: Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Human Data Scientists

Hilary Mason: Use data science and machine intelligence to build a better future

An algorithm can creatively reimagine the Mona Lisa. Now what? In the opening keynote of the Grace Hopper Women in Computing Conference 2015 in Houston, Texas, Fast Forward Labs CEO Hilary Mason talked about the burgeoning world of data science and mac… → Read More: Hilary Mason: Use data science and machine intelligence to build a better future

Brillo

Brillo brings the simplicity and speed of software development to hardware for IoT with an embedded OS, core services, developer kit, and developer console. → Read More: Brillo

Computers can recognise a complication of diabetes that can lead to blindness

ARTIFICIAL intelligence (AI) can sometimes be put to rather whimsical uses. In 2012 Google announced that one of its computers, after watching thousands of hours of YouTube videos, had trained itself to identify cats. Earlier this year a secretive AI f… → Read More: Computers can recognise a complication of diabetes that can lead to blindness

Text of ISO/IEC CD 15938-14 Reference software, conformance and usage guidelines for compact descriptors for visual search

This part of the MPEG-7 standard provides the reference software, specifies the conformance testing, and gives usage guidelines for ISO/IEC 15938-13: Compact descriptors for visual search (CDVS). CDVS specifies an image description tool designed to ena… → Read More: Text of ISO/IEC CD 15938-14 Reference software, conformance and usage guidelines for compact descriptors for visual search

Objects2action: Classifying and localizing actions without any video example

The ICCV 2015 paper Objects2action: Classifying and localizing actions without any video example by Mihir Jain, Jan van Gemert, Thomas Mensink and Cees Snoek is now available. The goal of this paper is to recognize actions in video without the need for… → Read More: Objects2action: Classifying and localizing actions without any video example

A search runtime analysis of LIRE on 500k images

Article from http://www.semanticmetadata.net/ Run time for search in LIRE heavily depends on the method used for indexing and search. There are two main ways to store data and two search strategies for linear search and there is approximate indexing of… → Read More: A search runtime analysis of LIRE on 500k images

What, Where and How? Introducing pose manifolds for industrial object manipulation

In this paper we propose a novel method for object grasping that aims to unify robot vision techniques for efficiently accomplishing the demanding task of autonomous object manipulation. Through ontological concepts, we establish three mutually complem… → Read More: What, Where and How? Introducing pose manifolds for industrial object manipulation