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Google is training an AI to identify smells

Researchers want a neural network to classify smells based on their chemical structure.

On Oct 25, 2019 by Mikael Thalen

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Artificial Intelligence is a marketer’s dream–will it hurt consumer choice?

Artificial intelligence and machine learning systems mean businesses know exactly what products to make and how to market them. But that sort of streamlining could have consequences for consumers.

On Aug 6, 2019 by Simon Chandler

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Researchers made AI memes—and humans couldn’t tell the difference

People thought these AI memes were kind of funny!

On Jun 16, 2018 by Tiffany Kelly

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Read 5 new chapters of ‘The Winds of Winter’—written by a neural network

It might hold us over until season 8.

On Aug 29, 2017 by Michelle Jaworski

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A neural network named a bunch of guinea pigs and our hearts are bursting

This is pure joy.

On Jun 20, 2017 by David Covucci

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Researcher trains AI to invent ridiculous new paint color names

Well, this is one area AI does not yet excel in.

On May 26, 2017 by Christina Bonnington

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A scientist is trying to teach a neural network to cook—and the results are hilariously bad

Please pass salmon beef-style chicken bottom.

On Mar 31, 2017 by David Covucci

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Google’s incredible image enhancer looks like something out of ‘CSI’

Can you tell which images are real?

On Feb 8, 2017 by Phillip Tracy

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Google Translate is about to get way more accurate

Alphabet is really living up to its name.

On Sep 28, 2016 by Monica Riese

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How one computer taught itself to be a chess ‘international master’ in 72 hours

A new computer program called Giraffe plays chess with help from artificial intelligence.

On Sep 15, 2015 by Dylan Love

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Meet ‘Brett,’ the robot that learns the way your toddler does—only faster

Researchers built Brett’s software on a neural network that operated like a human brain.

On Sep 4, 2015 by Dylan Love

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