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    1. How Artificial Neural Networks Create Their Own Art

      How Artificial Neural Networks Create Their Own Art

      Neural Networks: How Soon Will Computers Outsmart People? ( 3 ) 0 2 0 0 While many traditional image editing computer programs such as Adobe Photoshop rely mostly on working with filters and layers, they don’t allow the PC itself to analyze the visuals. Recently software engineers learned how to give computers more creative power. / If you think about computer-generated art from the 1990s or 2000s, you may probably remember fractal images or colorful kaleidoscopes built using math formulas.

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    2. How Google's Computers Invented Their Own Language

      How Google's Computers Invented Their Own Language

      0 13 1 0 In September of 2016, Google announced the launch of the Neural Machine Translation system. The technology was meant to improve the accuracy of automated translations. But things went far beyond the tech giant’s plan, as self-learning computers invented their own modus operandi. / When you type a sentence in Dutch in Google Translate to get its English translation, you’d normally expect the system to look up each word in some sort of big dictionary.

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    3. How Facebook Taught Its AI to Speak More Than Fifty Languages

      How Facebook Taught Its AI to Speak More Than Fifty Languages

      Neural Networks: How Soon Will Computers Outsmart People? ( 1 ) 0 22 0 0 With the advent of movies like The Terminator and War Games the idea of machines turning against their creators embedded itself in society. However, at that time there was no technology that could enable computers to learn quickly and effectively. Nowadays, artificial neural networks present humanity with new possibilities... and new dangers.

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    4. Allo: Snowden Says New Google App Could Become Tool For Police Surveillance

      Allo: Snowden Says New Google App Could Become Tool For Police Surveillance

      Allo: Snowden Says New Google App Could Become Tool For Police Surveillance © AP Photo/ Keystone, Walter Bier, file 0 9 0 0 Google recently released a new messaging application called Allo that it calls “revolutionary,” but whistleblower Edward Snowden warns that the app could be used for government surveillance.

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