jadezoole

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In the following month, I will work on an AI application rating site where you could find top edge intelligent software and hardware available for public.

Several years ago as a young adult I was extremely interested in AI and I was eager to use intelligent agents that work on behalf of me and help me to improve my productivity. It was in 2006 and unfortunately there were several not so usable applications, that I tested but they were not a great help.

Time passed and today (10 years later) I finally found several helpful apps (e.g. google now, followliker, gsa ser etc.), they make sense to use them in everyday work. This is the time when AI production apps starting to kick off. Finally.

I learned a lot from BHW community in the last year and now I would like to ask a personal favor to share your known intelligent applications, agents, devices. The only criteria is that they should be available for everyone (free or paid). I would gladly write about Google Deepmind but it is a walled garden for the time being.

Just to give some hint in categories:
- Question answering systems (Cortana)
- Task automation systems (GSA Ser)
- Language processing systems like article spinner and NLP
- Devices (Alexa Echo)
- Deep learning systems
- Concept and data mining
- Speech recognition and action performing systems
etc.

Out of scope:
- Industrial robotics (heavy industry)
- Face recognition (unless it has any use for private reasons)

Thank you in advance!
 

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Keras and IBM Watson are interesting...

I've been looking as keras for a project I have in mind, it doesn't look to bad if you want to build things with it.
To be honest IBM Watson and Google Deepmind are really interesting from AI point of view, but they are far from using them in production. I am eager which will be the first game changing apps based on these AI technologies.

I will check Keras anyway, it is something I didn't know about. Thank you!
 

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Amazon's machine learning system is great for visual feedback and many people could use it after the intro lecture.
 
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IBM Watson's cognitive computing platform and Google's Tensorflow which is the deepmind system stripped down is available right on AWS with all of the necessary tech to setup guided or unguided deep learning and it offers machine learning algos too. If you want to get your hands dirty, go with tensorflow because you are essentially using a free version of Google's own DeepMind minus the updates they make to it every half minute.

If you want to go and use a platform already in existence and connect the pieces into a mosaic I'd get into using IBM's Watson and also look into blockchain btw and other areas. I'd need to address your entire message but I see you have your finger right on the pulse. If you need any assistance just PM me or google me -- Miles Price and feel free to message me! We work in Biotech, Nanotech, robotics and AI
 
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I found a rhttp://www.riseai.us/ doing some of this stuff. I don't know what they use but I'm guessing some kind of deep learning with Tensorflow and then AWS or something. A lot of information about NLP and deep learning probably there. Maybe reach out to them?
 

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Make an AI application that automatically spits out unique relevant content. Wouldn't need anymore spinners.
Is it possible for AI to read millions of books to be able to produce it's own content? Curious.
 

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Is it possible for AI to read millions of books to be able to produce it's own content? Curious.
Should be. Why not. Everything's possible. I've actually seen a similar app somewhere, but can't remember url. They were generating random news stories that didn't make a lot of sense, but would do the job for seo
 

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Looking forward to seeing your site when it's done.
 

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Before we get AI we need automation. Do you make your heart beat or does it happen?
 

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Hello,

Just a quick update after 2 years opening this thread.
Truth to be told, the website is live (aiscores.com) but in the last months, I have very limited time to push content on it.
Over these two years, I found that mainstream AI solutions have limited focus.

We are speaking now about,
  • Self-driving cars (not working at all, the complexity of the problem is far behind all expectations)
  • Voice assistants (btw if you have Google Home, try to say "Hey Google, sing a xmas song", very funny hearing Google singing)
  • AI chips for generative deep learning algorithms (really nice demos ty Nvidia, but I have no clue where to use it)
  • GPT-2: we need programming free applications (spinners, summary writers, I'm sure there are several guys working on it now)
2019 wasn't a breakthrough in the field of AGI (not even the 2010s) machine learning could produce several good applications, but not a thinking machine.
However, I thought the time has arrived to speak about AGI, so I decided to put my own opinion about AGI and ASI in a form of a book (Together: AI and Human. On The Same Side.).

In the upcoming years, I think the machine learning field will step into the consumer market, AI toys, talking sex robots, cooking machines etc. Part of them will be handy for sure. What I'm also expecting is a new AI approach (other than machine learning) which would be ideal for creating reasoning algorithms.

What do you think?
 
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