Monthly Archives November 2016

Google’s latest free gift? Millions of captioned images to help train Artificial Intelligence systems

Google has published two huge datasets that it hopes will accelerate advances in computer vision and video understanding.

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Google’s Open Images dataset consists of nine million links to web images and descriptions of the objects they contain. Image: Google

Google’s latest gift to the public is a dataset of about nine million links to labeled images to help train computer-vision systems.

The dataset, called Open Images, provides links to images on the web that have been annotated with descriptions of objects within the image. It consists of ‘machine-populated’ annotations, as well as annotations validated by humans to weed out false positives.

According to Google Research’s team, the dataset is large enough to enable researchers to use it to train a deep neural network “from scratch”.

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Robot Technology 2016 | 5 Awesome Robots | Military Robots

Published on 22 Jun 2016

5 New Technology 2016 | Military Robots | Awesome Robots.
Technology and inventions about robots . Our technological advances are racing ahead! Here are 5 examples of Technology of Robotics and Military Robots.
From mega fighting robot wars challenges between the USA and Japan to running robots being created for the military, 2016 is sure to have a world of surprises in technological leaps and bounds in regards to advancements.

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Intel drones by the hundreds dance in the night sky

Intel’s new Shooting Star Drone is the latest UAV announcement from a company that is better known for its processors. The VP and GM of Intel’s UAV Segment explains why drones fit perfectly into the company’s global strategy.

Intel is getting serious about drones, with a string of announcements about unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology. The company is known best for its processors, but the Internet of Things makes computers harder to recognize. While yesterday’s computing was done in a heavy rectangular box, today’s processing takes place in everyday objects and tiny gadgets.  www.intelagencies.com

Drones are no exception. “We see them as flying computers,” Anil Nanduri tells ZDNet. He is Vice President and General Manager of Intel’s UAV Segment.

Today Intel unveiled its latest crea...

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