These Are What the Google Artificial Intelligence’s Dreams Look Like

These Are What the Google Artificial Intelligence’s Dreams Look Like

  • Google continues to use these techniques to find out what their artificial neural networks are learning, and even ponders if it could shed light on the “roots of the creative process in general.”
  • Arms were often found in pictures of dumbbells, so the computer thought that sometimes dumbbells had arms.
  • The produce of an artificial neural network being asked to amplify and pull patterns out of white noise.
  • Google’s artificial neural networks (ANNs) are stacked layers of artificial neurons (run on computers) used to process Google Images.
  • Google used the ANN to amplify patterns it saw in pictures.

Spoiler alert: they’re as weird as electric sheep
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Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

#Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence - #AI #ArtificialIntelligence -  @1stInSEO

  • Focus your content and good things will happen.
  • An algorithm remains static, with the inputs changing the results, until someone changes the algorithm itself.
  • AI works by examining inputs and results, and adjusting toward what it has been programmed to treat as the ideal result.
  • The results change over time because the inputs change constantly.
  • Instead of keeping up with the changes, SEO providers today are better served keeping up with the end goals.

When you look at SEO services, you will hear words and phrases like algorithms and artificial intelligence, machine learning, and many others.
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Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

#Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence - #AI #ArtificialIntelligence -  @1stInSEO

  • Focus your content and good things will happen.
  • An algorithm remains static, with the inputs changing the results, until someone changes the algorithm itself.
  • Artificial intelligence consists of a formula that itself changes over time.
  • AI works by examining inputs and results, and adjusting toward what it has been programmed to treat as the ideal result.
  • The results change over time because the inputs change constantly.

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When you look at SEO services, you will hear words and phrases like algorithms and artificial intelligence, machine learning, and many others.


Algorithms and Artificial Intelligence

Conclusions of the DigiWorld Future 2016 debates « IDATE DigiWorld Blog

Digital Transition by a Combination of #IoT #BigData & #AI

#WearableTech #GAFA #fintech

  • Under the banner of “DigiWorld Future,” these events attracted more than 800 industry professionals this year, and allowed both our own teams and a host of industry luminaries to discuss market trends and our predictions for the internet, telecom and TV markets in 2025.
  • IDATE DigiWorld has just published the latest edition of its DigiWorld Yearbook.
  • We welcome any comments and suggestions you might have for the 2017 and all future editions of our DigiWorld Yearbook!
  • We believe that an extraordinary potential surrounds the game changers born of the combination of the Internet of Things (IoT), big data and artificial intelligence – and no doubt 3D printing as well.
  • Recognising market trends is also a way for us to identify the core variables of future market scenarios, not to predict this or that players’ strategy, but rather to build a solid foundation for a structured exploration of the different (and deliberately opposite) possible futures.

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#WearableTech #GAFA #fintech”


IDATE DigiWorld has just published the latest edition of its DigiWorld Yearbook. Three public events are held every year, in Brussels, London and Paris, to coincide with its release. Under the banner of “DigiWorld Future,” these events attracted more than 800 industry professionals this year, and allowed both our own teams and a host of industry luminaries to discuss market trends and our predictions for the internet, telecom and TV markets in 2025.


Conclusions of the DigiWorld Future 2016 debates « IDATE DigiWorld Blog