Your essential weekly guide to Artificial Intelligence – August 7

With some of the recent developments and applications, it is safe to say that Artificial Intelligence is becoming more human-like. Some of the world’s largest organizations and start-ups are working towards developing solutions like the ones mentioned below to make this happen. Read along to know more!

With $1 Billion From Microsoft, an A.I. Lab Wants to Mimic The Brain

Sam Altman and his team of researchers hope to build artificial general intelligence, or A.G.I., a machine that can do anything the human brain can do. A.G.I. still has a whiff of science fiction. But in their agreement, Microsoft and OpenAI discuss the possibility with the same matter-of-fact language they might apply to any other technology they hope to build.

Dasha AI is Calling so You Don’t Have To

The team at Dasha AI is building a platform for designing human-like voice interactions to automate business processes. Put simply, it’s using AI to make machine voices a whole lot less robotic.

EmoNet: Emotional Neural Network Automatically Categorises Feelings

A neural network called EmoNet has been designed to automatically categorise the feelings of an individual. EmoNet was created by researchers from the University of Colorado and Duke University and could one day help AIs to understand and react to human emotions.

War Cloud: Why is The US Military Building a Vast AI System And How Will It Change The Battlefield Of The Future?

The Jedi project of war cloud would involve establishing a vast cloud computing system, whereby a network of remote servers hosted on the internet store and process data. The war cloud would use these servers to store classified military data, while also providing the computing power to enable AI-based war planning.

Hybrid Chip Paves Way For ‘Thinking Machines’

Chinese researchers have developed a hybrid chip architecture that could move the world a step closer to achieving artificial general intelligence (AGI) and a future filled with humanlike “thinking machines”.
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