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    Understanding “Deep Learning” and Googles Future

    Grab some tea, turn off the background noise and dig in.

    Backchannel: Internet to Neutral Net

    …about ten years ago, in Hinton’s lab at the University of Toronto, he and some other researchers made a breakthrough that suddenly made neural nets the hottest thing in AI. Not only Google but other companies such as Facebook, Microsoft and IBM began frantically pursuing the relatively minuscule number of computer scientists versed in the black art of organizing several layers of artificial neurons so that the entire system could be trained, or even train itself, to divine coherence from random inputs, much in a way that a newborn learns to organize the data pouring into his or her virgin senses. With this newly effective process, dubbed Deep Learning, some of the long-standing logjams of computation (like being able to see, hear, and be unbeatable at Breakout) would finally be untangled. The age of intelligent computers systems — long awaited and long feared — would suddenly be breathing down our necks. And Google search would work a whole lot better.

    This breakthrough will be crucial in Google Search’s next big step: understanding the real world to make a huge leap in accurately giving users the answers to their questions as well as spontaneously surfacing information to satisfy their needs. To keep search vital, Google must get even smarter.

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    Re: Understanding “Deep Learning” and Googles Future

    Thanks Justin, seems like heady reading ahead.
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    Re: Understanding “Deep Learning” and Googles Future

    Wow! It's amazing how far Google has come with some of these projects... I'm excited and terrified for the future all at the same time!
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    Re: Understanding “Deep Learning” and Googles Future

    The true implications of all this is simple - the end of static websites as a whole.

    Machine scrapes data, presents it in a stream, delivers straight to your imbedded device.

    It's going to happen

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    Re: Understanding “Deep Learning” and Googles Future

    I definitely need to ditch the kids before I even begin to entertain reading this one..lol good find Justin.

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