Face-recognition, speech-to-text translation, and sentiment analysis are among tools that could be coming to the Pi.
Breaking glass, barking dogs and crying babies – to computers it’s all just noise. But a new wave of artificial intelligence is being taught how to listen in.
Microsoft announced this morning that it has acquired Maluuba, a Toronto startup focused on using deep learning for natural language processing. Deep learning is an approach to artificial intelligence currently in vogue that has driven incredible gains in the field over the last five years. As Microsoft wrote in the blog post announcing the purchase, “We’ve recently set new milestones for speech and image recognition using deep learning techniques, and with this acquisition we are, as Wayne Gretzky would say, skating to where the puck will be next — machine reading and writing.”
With machine learning and flight control onboard the drone.
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