Neural Networks, Manifolds, and Topology
Moravec's paradox - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
is the discovery by and researchers that, contrary to traditional assumptions, high-level requires very little computation, but low-level skills require enormous computational resources. The principle was articulated by , , and others in the 198...
How artificial intelligences will see us
Right now, there is a neural network of 1,000 computers at Google's X lab that has taught itself to recognize humans and cats on the internet. But the network has also learned to recognize some weirder things, too.
Clear Thinking To Become A Genius
Clear thinking might sound like an easy thing to accomplish, but very little of us can actually do it. When you develop clear thinking, not only will you appear to have a greater IQ, but you are closer to becoming a genius. If you develop clear think...
An Introduction To Fuzzy Control Systems
The Nature of Code
Deep Learning: Teaching Computers To Tell Things Apart
Machine Learning in Games Development
Machine learning is way easier than it looks
Artificial Life in Computer Graphics
Google AI Challenge post-mortem
18 Embarrassing Game AI Bugs Caught On Tape… and Fixed!...
AI and the Future of Human Morality
On March 19, 2008 Steve Omohundro gave a talk at the meeting of the World Transhumanist Association (now Humanity+) on "AI and the Future of Human Morality". Great thanks to Drew Reynol...