Tag Archives: Google’s AI

Google Artificial Intelligence Whiz Describes Our Sci-Fi Future

by Jonathan Vanian, Fortune

A top Google researcher talks about increasingly intelligent computers

The next time you enter a query into Google’s search engine or consult the company’s map service for directions to a movie theater, remember that a big brain is working behind the scenes to provide relevant search results and make sure you don’t get lost while driving. Continue reading Google Artificial Intelligence Whiz Describes Our Sci-Fi Future

Google’s Hand-Fed AI Now Gives Answers, Not Just Search Results

by Cade Metz, WIRED

ASK THE GOOGLE search app “What is the fastest bird on Earth?,” and it will tell you.

“Peregrine falcon,” the phone says. “According to YouTube, the peregrine falcon has a maximum recorded airspeed of 389 kilometers per hour.”

That’s the right answer, but it doesn’t come from some master database inside Google. Continue reading Google’s Hand-Fed AI Now Gives Answers, Not Just Search Results

Google’s AI translation tool seems to have invented its own secret internal language

by Devin Coldewey, TechCrunch

All right, don’t panic, but computers have created their own secret language and are probably talking about us right now. Well, that’s kind of an oversimplification, and the last part is just plain untrue. But there is a fascinating and existentially challenging development that Google’s AI researchers recently happened across. Continue reading Google’s AI translation tool seems to have invented its own secret internal language

Google’s AI Experiments help you understand neural networks by playing with them

by Devin Coldewey, TechCrunch

Google’s work in machine learning and artificial intelligence is often interesting, but it can be a bit academic. People like to get their hands on these things — as much as you can, anyway, with something intangible. To that end, Google is collecting a bunch of little demonstrations of this emerging category of tech in its AI Experiments showcase. Continue reading Google’s AI Experiments help you understand neural networks by playing with them