Tag : Quest for Intelligence

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Undergraduates develop next-generation intelligence tools

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The coronavirus pandemic has driven us apart physically while reminding us of the power of technology to connect. When MIT shut its doors in March,...
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What jumps out in a photo changes the longer we look

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What seizes your attention at first glance might change with a closer look. That elephant dressed in red wallpaper might initially grab your eye until your gaze moves to...
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Identifying a melody by studying a musician’s body language

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We listen to music with our ears, but also our eyes, watching with appreciation as the pianist’s fingers fly over the keys and the violinist’s...
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What is the Covid-19 data tsunami telling policymakers?

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Uncertainty about the course of the Covid-19 pandemic continues, with more than 2,500,000 known cases and 126,000 deaths in the United States alone. How to...
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Toward a machine learning model that can reason about everyday actions

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The ability to reason abstractly about events as they unfold is a defining feature of human intelligence. We know instinctively that crying and writing are...
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Shrinking deep learning’s carbon footprint

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In June, OpenAI unveiled the largest language model in the world, a text-generating tool called GPT-3 that can write creative fiction, translate legalese into plain English, and answer...
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Shrinking deep learning’s carbon footprint

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In June, OpenAI unveiled the largest language model in the world, a text-generating tool called GPT-3 that can write creative fiction, translate legalese into plain English, and answer...
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What is the Covid-19 data tsunami telling policymakers?

Newsemia
Uncertainty about the course of the Covid-19 pandemic continues, with more than 2,500,000 known cases and 126,000 deaths in the United States alone. How to...
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Identifying a melody by studying a musician’s body language

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We listen to music with our ears, but also our eyes, watching with appreciation as the pianist’s fingers fly over the keys and the violinist’s...
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What jumps out in a photo changes the longer we look

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What seizes your attention at first glance might change with a closer look. That elephant dressed in red wallpaper might initially grab your eye until your gaze moves to...
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Undergraduates develop next-generation intelligence tools

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The coronavirus pandemic has driven us apart physically while reminding us of the power of technology to connect. When MIT shut its doors in March,...
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Brainstorming energy-saving hacks on Satori, MIT’s new supercomputer

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Mohammad Haft-Javaherian planned to spend an hour at the Green AI Hackathon — just long enough to get acquainted with MIT’s new supercomputer, Satori. Three days later, he...
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This object-recognition dataset stumped the world’s best computer vision models

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Computer vision models have learned to identify objects in photos so accurately that some can outperform humans on some datasets. But when those same object...
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Teaching artificial intelligence to create visuals with more common sense

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Today’s smartphones often use artificial intelligence (AI) to help make the photos we take crisper and clearer. But what if these AI tools could be...
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New AI programming language goes beyond deep learning

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A team of MIT researchers is making it easier for novices to get their feet wet with artificial intelligence, while also helping experts advance the field....
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Abdul Latif Jameel Clinic for Machine Learning in Health at MIT aims to revolutionize disease prevention, detection, and treatment

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Today, MIT and Community Jameel, the social enterprise organization founded and chaired by Mohammed Abdul Latif Jameel ’78, launched the Abdul Latif Jameel Clinic for...

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