August 2, 2013
Source: CNET — August 2, 2013 | Dan Farber
Google has long focused its engineering resources on artificial intelligence. In December 2012, the company hired AI pioneer Ray Kurzweil to work on getting computers to converse more intelligently with humans, and the company is also using large-scale neural networks, which mimic how the human brain functions.
Ultimately, Google’s AI moon shot is for its brain to pass the Turing test, proof that a machine has… read more