A Massive Google Network Learns To Identify — Cats
June 26, 2012
All Things Considered host Audie Cornish talks with Andrew Ng, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. He led a Google research team in creating a neural network out of 16,000 computer processors to try and mimic the functions of the human brain. Given three days on YouTube, the network taught itself how to identify — cats.
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