Researchers at Facebook’s Artificial Intelligence Research (FAIR) group have developed a piece of AI software that can determine what ingredients were used to make a certain dish and describe how they were assembled.
The Stockfish engine cruised to the top spot in the Chess.com Computer Chess Championship, scoring an astounding 51/70 against the world’s top chess engines in stage two of the rapid event CCCC 1.
“It’s no secret that machines are advancing exponentially and will eventually surpass human intelligence,” said Ben Goertzel, SingularityNET’s CEO and creator of the software behind a social, humanoid robot named Sophia.
The majority of Adobe’s revenue comes from its Digital Media business, which includes creative cloud software such as Photoshop. Marketing software is included in the Digital Experience business, which generated $614 million in revenue in the most recent quarter, with 21 percent growth year-on-year.
Later on in the four-day conference, the company announced more plans to develop technologies that could be turned into useful things in everyday life, including an AI-chip subsidiary called Pingtou Ge and a team that’s developing a quantum processor.
“A variety of elements — from historical events, to river level readings, to the terrain and elevation of a specific area — feed into our models,” writes Matias. “With this information, we’ve created river flood forecasting models that can more accurately predict not only when and where a flood might occur, but the severity of the event as well.”
Kai-Fu Lee is the chairman of Sinovation Ventures and the president of its Artificial Intelligence Institute: “The AI revolution will have two engines — China and the United States — pushing its progress swiftly forward. It is unlike any previous technological revolution that emerged from a singular cultural setting. Having two engines will further accelerate the pace of technology.”
“The initiative will harness the power of AI to focus on four priorities – helping the world recover from disasters, addressing the needs of children, protecting refugees and displaced people, and promoting respect for human rights. Our AI for Humanitarian Action program is part of Microsoft’s AI for Good suite – a growing $115 million, five-year commitment to work to unlock solutions to some of society’s biggest challenges with artificial intelligence.”