A tool to debug ‘black box’ deep-learning neural networks

Brings transparency to self-driving cars and other self-taught systems

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Researchers watch video images people are seeing, decoded from their fMRI brain scans in near-real-time

Advanced deep-learning "mind-reading" system even interprets image meaning, providing high-level categories (face, bird, etc.)

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IBM scientists say radical new ‘in-memory’ computing architecture will speed up computers by 200 times

New architecture to enable ultra-dense, low-power, massively-parallel computing systems optimized for AI

The researchers used PCM devices made from a germanium antimony telluride alloy, which is stacked and sandwiched between two electrodes. When the scientists apply a tiny electric current to the material, they heat it, which alters its state from amorphous (with a disordered atomic arrangement) to crystalline (with an ordered atomic configuration). The IBM researchers have used the crystallization dynamics to perform computation in place. (credit: IBM Research)

This voice-authentication wearable could block voice-assistant or bank spoofing

Would disable unauthorized voice commands like "OK Google" or "Alexa"

"Alexa, open my bank account" (credit: Amazon)

A sneak peak at radical future user interfaces for phones, computers, and VR

Grabity: a wearable haptic interface for simulating weight and grasping in VR (credit: UIST 2017)

AlphaGo Zero trains itself to be most powerful Go player in the world

Self-taught "superhuman" AI already smarter than its makers

(credit: DeepMind)

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