- DeepMind says its new AI model, called a differentiable neural computer (DNC), can be fed with things like a family tree and a map of the London Underground network, and can answer complex questions about the relationships between items in those data structures.
- By augmenting an AI’s capabilities with the power of learning from memory, it’ll likely be able to complete far more complex tasks on its own.
- DeepMind, an artificial intelligence firm that was acquired by Google in 2014 and is now under the Alphabet umbrella, has developed a computer than can refer to its own memory to learn facts and use that knowledge to answer questions.
- It’s the networks that helped DeepMind’s AlphaGo AI defeat world champions at the complex game of Go .
DeepMind has developed a computer than can refer to its own memory to learn facts and use that knowledge to answer questions.
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