How Deep Learning Works and How Google Is Artificial General Intelligence On The IoT

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Demis Hassabis, Google DeepMind – Artificial Intelligence and the Future            artificial general intelligence on the IoT
Originally Published on March 11, 2016                                     artificial general intelligence on the IoT  
By:  Singularity Lectures                        artificial general intelligence on the IoT

Artificial General Intelligence on the IoT

This lecture explains how progressive deep learning and deep learning reinforcement works.  Understanding this and given the fact broad based artificial general intelligence will be unleashed on the IoT and is now being used by the military for LAWs [leathal autonomous weapons] fueled by social media, surveillance data repositories and all forms of communication, the danger of this technology should be addressed. artificial general intelligence on the IoT

AlphaGo, a computer program developed by Google DeepMind in London to play the traditional Chinese board game Go, had five matches against Se-Dol Lee, a professional Go player in Korea from March 8-15, 2016. AlphaGo won four out of the five games, a significant test result showcasing the advancement achieved in the field of general-purpose artificial intelligence (AGI), according to the company.

Dr. Demis Hassabis, the Chief Executive Officer of Google DeepMind, visited KAIST on March 11, 2016 and gave an hour-long talk to students and faculty. In the lecture, which was entitled “Artificial Intelligence and the Future,” he introduced an overview of GAI and some of its applications in Atari video games and Go.

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Artificial general intelligence on the IoT examines Google’s Deep Mind, machine deep learning self improvement and how AGI will change the future as we know it. Understanding this and given the fact broad based artificial general intelligence will be unleashed on the IoT and is now being used by the military for LAWs fueled by social media, surveillance data repositories and all forms of communication, the danger of this technology should be addressed.

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