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Latest News: Next Generation Artificial Intelligence: Machine Teaches itself

eLearningworld News from US It almost 20 years ago IBM:s Deep Blue super-computer beat the reign world chess champion Gary Kasparov the first time. Deep Blue’s basic method to play the game was to evaluate every possible move, which would mean 200 million per second in DP:s case. While humans that plays at the same level, which is unable to do this, use a probability method that carry down the game to a few possible … Continue reading

Latest News: Artificial Intelligence – After Speech Recognition: What is next?

eLearningworld News from US Most of us are familiar with the speech recognition on today’s smartphones that basically is algorithms based on training data from human experts. MIT researchers’ are now taking the next step when developing a system that is unsupervised, which means it acts directly on raw speech files. The basic idea comes from that all languages has its own collection of phonemes, the English language has e.g. 35-45, from which spoken words … Continue reading

Latest News: What do you get if you add Gamification to Brain Research?

eLearningworld News from US The answer according to Sebastian Seung at EyeWire, Seung Labs, is an engaging learning game to learn about the research of neuroscience. 160 000 users from 145 different countries are already playing the EyeWire-game. It is structured as a 3D-puzzle. Regular competitions are held and a weekly “happy hour” on Fridays. During challenges, players compete for bonuses, profile icons, unique chat colors and even neuron naming rights. EyeWire’s founder, Sebastian Seung said … Continue reading

Latest News: Co-Founder of Apple believes Artificial Intelligence will replace teachers

eLearningworld News from the World The co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak visited Sweden this week. In an interview with idg.se he pointed out his concerns with the educational system and the need to modernise it. To make it effective a one-to-one pedagogy is required where each pupil will have its own teacher, according to Wozniak. The future solution would be smart computers with Artificial Intelligence that in 20 to 200 years would replace teachers.  However, … Continue reading