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    1. AI is changing how we do science. Get a glimpse

      AI is changing how we do science. Get a glimpse

      Jul. 5, 2017 , 11:00 AM AI’s early proving ground: the hunt for new particles Particle physicists began fiddling with artificial intelligence (AI) in the late 1980s, just as the term “neural network” captured the public’s imagination. Their field lends itself to AI and machine-learning algorithms because nearly every experiment centers on finding subtle spatial patterns in the countless, similar readouts of complex particle detectors—just the sort of thing at which AI excels.

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    2. Google’s new translation software is powered by brainlike artificial intelligence

      Google’s new translation software is powered by brainlike artificial intelligence

      By Catherine Matacic Sep. 27, 2016 , 2:45 PM Quoc Le is no stranger to the indignity of translation. Whenever the Google research scientist in Mountain View, California, visits his native Vietnam, he laughs with his parents over mistranslations in the very system he is helping shape, the 10-year-old online service Google Translate. Most errors are tiny—not important enough to remember. But together, they tell a larger story: “Translation is not a solved problem,” he says.

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