- Launched in early 2016, Element AI enables organizations to develop their own AI solutions by implementing an “AI-First” strategy.
- “Microsoft is committed to democratizing AI with guiding principles to drive positive impact.
- Element AI, a Canada-based AI incubator, was the first recipient of funding from this new fund.
- Element AI shares our approach and philosophy.”
- “We all know ‘You’re only as good as your tools’ and now Element AI is getting supercharged with Microsoft Ventures,” says Jean-François Gagné, CEO, Element AI. “
Microsoft is taking big steps to make its mark in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) sector.
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- Google’s DeepMind , the AI system that famously defeated the world champion of the board game Go earlier this year, and OpenAI , an AI collaboration from Elon Musk and others, are making their software platforms available to researchers, developers, and anyone else who wants to use them.
- Elon Musk and Google Want You to Make Their Artificial Intelligence Smarter
- Open sourcing an AI system allows it to access troves of new learning data, so the more people who use it, the stronger it becomes.
- Developers could conceivably use these platforms to make the AI in their own games and apps smarter.
- The two platforms both use deep learning, a form of machine learning that allows AI systems to grow smarter.
Musk’s OpenAI and Google’s DeepMind are opening their platforms to the public.
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- Open AI will use thousands of Microsoft’s virtual machines.
- Open AI plans to use “thousands to tens of thousands” of Microsoft’s virtual machines, the nonprofit wrote in a blogpost today.
- Elon Musk has spoken extensively on his fear that artifical intelligence is “potentially more dangerous than nukes” and has described the search for artifical intelligence as “summoning the demon.
- The company wants to use AI to simplify your work conversations.
- Microsoft Azure supports open source technologies, which is a crucial part of Open AI’s mission.
Open AI will use thousands of Microsoft’s virtual machines.
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- The week at Microsoft Ignite, we showed how we are infusing artificial intelligence (AI) broadly Read more >
- On Wednesday, Microsoft shared its aspiration to empower a new Read more >
- With the new service, developers can accelerate the development of bots with the Microsoft Bot Framework and easily deploy and manage them in a serverless environment on Azure.
- Microsoft has released an updated version of Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit, Read more >
- Newly updated Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit can help speed advances in deep learning Photo of Frank Seide standing at the top of a stairway at Microsoft
Harry Shum, Microsoft AI and Research Group executive vice president, and Sam Altman, co-chair of OpenAI. (Photo by Brian Smale)
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- Facebook’s Head of AI Wants to Teach Chatbots Common Sense
- The company’s founders believe that AI can make the world a much better place, but they also worry it could cause serious damage. “
- Their aim is to rapidly accelerate the progress of AI, while also protecting the world from the rapidly accelerating progress of AI.
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