It’s undeniable that machine learning has made enormous progress over the past few years: from amazing artificial intelligence accomplishments like defeating a top ranking player at the ancient and complex game of Go to simple everyday uses like auto-tagging personal photo collections. At the core of the most advanced algorithms used to achieve these feats are neural networks – technology’s way of mimicking the human brain. But just how smart are these neural networks? Since my not-quite-two-year-old son started paying attention to the world beyond his mom and started learning, I have been at awe by the way his brain learns by making associations in comparison, I wonder how much further does machine learning has to go.
http://www.eetimes.com/author.asp?section_id=36&doc_id=1330538My toddler in an exciting moment of successful identification. He’s much cuter, but not always as cooperative as an artificial NN
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