Forster’s thriller is just one of 11,000 novels that researchers including Oriol Vinyals and Andrew M Dai at Google Brain have been using to improve the technology giant’s conversational style. After feeding these books into a neural network, the system was able to generate fluent, natural-sounding sentences. According to a Google spokesman – who didn’t want to be named – products such as the Google app will be “much more useful if they can capture the nuance of language better”.
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Video Production2018/07/21
“IBM Research had its AI system review the full-length feature film Morgan and identify 10 moments that would be a good fit for a trailer. It identified a total of six minutes of footage that was provided to an IBM filmmaker, who produced the final edit.” The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Video Production | […]
Report: Google allowed third-party apps to scan, read people’s Gmail2018/07/05
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Eight American Sparkling Wines for a Festive Fourth of July2018/07/03
Eight American Sparkling Wines for a Festive Fourth of July – Bloomberghttps://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-06-29/best-american-sparkling-wines-champagne-pet-nat-white-rose?utm_campaign=news&utm_medium=bd&utm_source=applenewsWinemakers across the U.S. are bringing the bubbles in a serious way. In the past few years they have embraced a style of sparkling wine called pétillant naturel (pet-nat), in which wines finish in the bottle, without the usual addition of yeast and sugar […]