Tag Archives: Google

Using Deep Learning in Medicine (Video)

Jeremy Howard, founder and CEO of Enlitic, argues that the release of Google’s TensorFlow will have an impact similar to the release of the C programming language and that Deep Learning will have an impact similar to that of the … Continue reading

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Data Is the New…?

HT: @CBinsights

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Google Knows Everything (#IoT)

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Google Stats of the Week: Learning by Smartphone

67% of millennials agree that they can find a YouTube video on anything they want to learn. Being constantly connected has trained us to expect immediacy and relevance in moments of intent—the I-want-to-know, I-want-to-go, I-want-to-do, and I-want-to-buy moments. These micro-moments are the … Continue reading

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Google and Alphabet: Invention–and Commerical Success–is not Enough

It looks like most of the publications and pundits of the world had something to say about the surprise-of-the-decade: Google’s transformation into Alphabet (Techmeme provides a sample here). For me, the numerous questions they posed only triggered further questions:  Is … Continue reading

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Google Robots’ Dream Psychedelic Dreams and Lash Out at Humans

The Wall Street Journal reported recently that a Google robot became “exasperated” and ended a conversation “by lashing out at its human inquisitor.” And Quartz reported that “Google engineers sought out to see what…artificial networks ‘dream’ of” and discovered “the subconscious of … Continue reading

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