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Real English ESL Videos & Lessons. Real English is a Registered Trademark of The Marzio School. A novel written by AI passes the first round in a Japanese literary competition It may be time to add 'novelist' to the list of professions under threat from super-smart computer software, because a short story authored by artificial intelligence has made it through to the latter stages of a literary competition in Japan. It didn't scoop the top prize, but it's not a bad effort for a beginner. The AI software isn't self-aware enough to think up and submit its own work though (not yet, anyway) – the short-form novel was written with the help of a team of researchers from the Future University Hakodate in Japan. Human beings selected certain words and phrases to be used, and set up an overall framework for the story, before letting the software come up with the text itself. Of 1,450 or so novels accepted this year, 11 were written with the involvement of AI programs, the Japan News reports. Political speeches are another target for up-and-coming robot writers, as they tend to follow a familiar pattern, with repeated phrases and topics.

The Jeonju Hub The Beatles : une chanson créée par intelligence artificielle dévoilée par Charlotte Arrigoni On n'arrête pas le progrès. Une "nouvelle" chanson des Beatles vient d'être créée. Évidemment, ce n'est pas le groupe britannique qui l'a fait naître, puisqu'il ne s'est jamais reformé depuis sa séparation en 1970. C'est une intelligence artificielle qui s'est découvert des talents artistiques. Sony a - en fait - mis au point Flow Machines. Le tout a nécessité quatre ans de travail. Starfall's Learn to Read with phonics

AI just 3D printed a brand-new Rembrandt, and it's shockingly good There's already plenty of angst out there about the prospect of jobs lost to artificial intelligence, but this week, artists got a fresh reason to be concerned. A new "Rembrandt" painting unveiled in Amsterdam is not the work of the Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn at all, but rather the creation of a combination of technologies including facial recognition, AI, and 3D printing. Essentially, a deep-learning algorithm was trained on Rembrandt's 346 known paintings and then asked to produce a brand-new one replicating the artist's subject matter and style. Dubbed "The Next Rembrandt," the result is a portrait of a caucasian male, and it looks uncannily like the real thing. One particularly interesting detail about The Next Rembrandt project, which was a collaboration among several organizations including Dutch bank ING and Microsoft, is how the algorithm chose the subject for its painting, since it had to be entirely new. The 18-month project was the brainchild of Dutch advertising firm J.

ESL Teacher Resources, Job Boards, and Worksheets TEST Workshop Resources The current state of machine intelligence 3.0 Almost a year ago, we published our now-annual landscape of machine intelligence companies, and goodness have we seen a lot of activity since then. This year’s landscape has a third more companies than our first one did two years ago, and it feels even more futile to try to be comprehensive, since this just scratches the surface of all of the activity out there. As has been the case for the last couple of years, our fund still obsesses over “problem first” machine intelligence—we’ve invested in 35 machine intelligence companies solving 35 meaningful problems in areas from security to recruiting to software development. At the same time, the hype around machine intelligence methods continues to grow: the words “deep learning” now equally represent a series of meaningful breakthroughs (wonderful) but also a hyped phrase like “big data” (not so good!). What's the biggest change in the last year? Ready player world Early attempts are intriguing. Why even bot-her? On to 11111000001 Shivon Zilis

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