DailyDirt: Open Source Artificial Intelligence Is Smart

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The importance of machine learning is becoming clearer as vast amounts of valuable data accumulates and human minds are looking ill-equipped to try to parse all of it. Sure, humans seem to be better at deciphering our own handwriting and voices, but artificial intelligence (AI) might be a tad better at predicting long-term weather patterns or imminent economic instabilities. We've already seen AI that can beat the best of us at Jeopardy! and chess. Here are just a few open source projects that could help achieve the next milestones of AI and machine learning. After you've finished checking out those links, take 10% off any $50+ order from our Daily Deals using the promo code DAILYDIRT.

Filed Under: ai, artificial intelligence, big sur hardware, darpa, deep learning, deepdive, elon musk, machine learning, oaqa, open compute, open source, openai, opencog, tensorflow, uima, watson
Companies: amazon, facebook, google, ibm, microsoft


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