Google Takes A.I. To Next Neural Level
Credit cards aside, what’s next on the horizon for Google? For one, the company appears ready to take new artificial intelligence software -- apparently modeled after human brain cells -- and
bake in into some existing services. In the simplest terms, “the company's neural networks decide for themselves which features of data to pay attention to, and which patterns matter, rather
than having humans decide that, say, colors and particular shapes are of interest to software trying to identify objects,” explains MIT’s TechnologyReview.com. Shortly, Google’s
speech recognition services are expected to benefit from these mind-bending efforts.