Google Introduces Artificial Brains Commercially: Neural Networks Equipped with Advanced Artificial Intelligence [Video]
Google, the giant tech company behind world’s most popular search engine, always remains well determined to provide something entirely new to the world, Driverless Cars and Solve for X are the best examples in this concern. The company has focused all its energies and resources in near past for developing a remarkable software that works exactly just like a human brain. For this purpose Google worked keenly on developing “neural networking system” quite capable of receiving data and processing the data similar to the neurons in the human brain with the ability of learning something too.
Google is now just to launch artificial brains composed of Neural Networks on commercial bases those will be equipped with advanced artificial intelligence to receive and process data within micro seconds.
Most people keep their model in a single machine, but we wanted to experiment with very large neural networks. If you scale up both the size of the model and the amount of data you train it with, you can learn finer distinctions or more complex features,” said Jeff Dean, an engineer helping lead the research at Google.
The company has already shown its capabilities for developing neural networking data for computers to recognize cats. That computer was a masterpiece of artificial intelligence with ability to recognize catlike features through various patterns, and colors etc.
Apple’s Siri and various voice recognition system on Android phones are the next advanced levels of the learning software equipped with hi-tech artificial brain; the software collects data in form of voice through millions of peoples and makes it capable to decide what people say in different situations.
Google seems well determined to use the technology of neural networks commercially and expects that their developed artificial brain will not only be used for voice recognition but it would also be used for their image search tool to recognize a photo through its features instead of its text title.
It is assumed that Google has successfully developed brain like software similar to the neurons found in the visual cortex of mammals.
Yoshua Bengio, a professor at the University of Montrea, tells MIT’s Technology Review.
It turns out that the feature learning networks being used [by Google] are similar to the methods used by the brain that are able to discover objects that exist.
Following video by Mashable explains how Google will deploy virtual brains for its image search feature in near future,
Google’s artificial brain will exhibit the highest performance of neural networks and would be used in various future devices. Do you believe that artificial brains can contribute in making our lives much easier than before or neural networks will prove another tech buzz to earn some pretty bucks?
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