LEARN FROM THESE YOUTUBE VIDEOS
... AND LEARN MORE FROM THESE ADDITIONAL VIDEOS
REVIEW THESE INFORMATIVE ARTICLES FROM 2017 – AND READ THOSE THAT INTEREST YOU
The Washington Post’s AI reporter has published 850 articles in the past 12 months (AI/Journalism - 2017-09 - Digiday)
The Washington Post started using its homegrown artificial intelligence technology, Heliograf, to spit out around 300 short reports and alerts on the Rio Olympics. It’s since used Heliograf to cover congressional and gubernatorial races on Election Day and D.C.-area high school football games. AP has used AI to automate earnings coverage, while USA Today has used video software to create short videos.
The world’s first 3D-printed book (Additive Manu/Book Publishing - 2017-06 - Canadian Friends of Hebrew University)
To celebrate the 100th anniversary of the publication of Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity, the Einstein Legacy Project is collecting the visions of the 100 greatest innovators, artists, scientists and visionaries of our time in the world’s first 3D-printed book.
An algorithm summarizes lengthy text surprisingly well (AI/News - 2017-05 - MIT Technology Review)
An algorithm developed by researchers at Salesforce shows how computers may eventually take on the job of summarizing documents. It uses several machine-learning tricks to produce surprisingly coherent and accurate snippets of text from longer pieces. And while it isn’t yet as good as a person, it hints at how condensing text could eventually become automated.
REVIEW THESE INFORMATIVE ARTICLES FROM 2016 – AND READ THOSE THAT INTEREST YOU
New in-ear device could be the beginning of a world without language barriers (AI/Language Translation - 2016-05 - ExtremeTech)
A new in-ear device – Pilot – wirelessly accesses your cell phone’s processor to do the translation locally at what they claim is true real-time speeds. To communicate, a Pilot, at a cost of US$300, is given to each of two people, so in effect, they each have a translator. This is a major step in the progress towards a universal language translator.