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Google DeepMind: Learning from memory | Differentiable neural computer family tree inference task

Deep Mind, the artificial intelligence that Google’s parent company Alphabet is developing, can now learn new stuff by analyzing events that are already in its memory. Google calls the method Differential Neural Computer (DNC) and it involves linking a neural network with data that is stored on traditional computers. AI can then navigate and learn …

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Google: Tilt Brush: Painting from a new perspective

Tilt Brush lets you paint in 3D space with virtual reality. Unleash your creativity with three-dimensional brush strokes, stars, light, and even fire. Your room is your canvas. Your palette is your imagination. The possibilities are endless.

Google DeepMind: Ground-breaking AlphaGo masters the game of Go

In a paper published in Nature on 28th January 2016, we describe a new approach to computer Go. This is the first time ever that a computer program “AlphaGo” has defeated a human professional player. The game of Go is widely viewed as an unsolved “grand challenge” for artificial intelligence. Games are a great testing …

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Google: Scale Yosemite’s El Capitan with Google Maps

El Capitan is not just the name of the next version of Apple OS X, it is also a mountain in the U.S. National Park, Yosemite. Here climbing enthusiasts from the world over visit to put their skills to the test. Now, Google Maps has made it possible for us mere mortals to climb the …

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Google Self-Driving Car Project: Ready for the Road

Google started designing the world’s first fully self-driving vehicle to transform mobility, making it easier, safer and more enjoyable for everyone to get around. Now they are ready for the next step of the project: this summer, their prototype vehicles will leave the test track and hit the familiar roads of Mountain View, California, with …

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Randall Munroe: Comics that ask “what if?”

Web cartoonist Randall Munroe answers simple what-if questions (“what if you hit a baseball moving at the speed of light?”) using math, physics, logic and deadpan humor. In this charming talk, a reader’s question about Google’s data warehouse leads Munroe down a circuitous path to a hilariously over-detailed answer.  

Eric Schmidt: The future of technology

Google executive Eric Schmidt discusses the future of technology as part of a a three-day conference in honor of the centennial of the birth of Alan Turing, the father of computer science. Featured speakers at the conference, in addition to Schmidt, include eight winners of the Turing Award (the equivalent of a Nobel Prize in …

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Google and NASA’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab

In this clip Google talks about their brand new quantum computer and what it can do. The computer is a result of the Google’s Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab and a NASA collaboration. The computer itself has been created by D-Wave Systems, and has been claimed to be the first commercially available quantum computer. Although critics …

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Sergey Brin: Why Google Glass?

  FILMED FEB 2013 • POSTED MAY 2013 • TED2013 This is not a demo, more of a philosophical argument: Why did Sergey Brin and his team at Google want to build an eye-mounted camera/computer, codenamed Glass? [KGVID width=”720″ height=”400″]http://www.ourprg.com/Video/SergeyBrin_2013-480p.mp4[/KGVID]  

Google Me

What’s in a name? In this documentary, director Jim Killeen discovers that a number of people in the world share his name. Using the internet search engine Google, Killeen tracks down six men also named Jim Killeen, from a priest in Ireland to a swinger in Colorado. Though the documentary shows the differences in men …

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