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Artificial Intelligence in this Age of Robots

The advancement of artificial intelligence (AI) is the defining feature of this age. With smart machines everything changes. Age of Robots is tracking changes on the artificial intelligence front and reporting on how this technology is changing every area of our lives. From driving our cars to composing the next masterpiece symphony, machine learning is taking on many aspects of human endeavor.

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Androids May Well Dream of Electric Sheep!

Androids May Well Dream of Electric Sheep!

No one can say whether androids will dream of electric sheep, but they will almost certainly need periods of rest that offer benefits similar to those that sleep provides to living brains, according to new research from Los Alamos National Laboratory. “We study...

Evolutionary Learning in Robotics

Evolutionary Learning in Robotics

Dr David Howard on evolutionary machine learning in robotics My name is David Howard, I'm a Senior research scientist and robotics and autonomous systems group at DATA61 in Brisbane. DATA61 is part of CSIRO and we focus on basically merging the digital and physical...

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Evolutionary Learning in Robotics

Evolutionary Learning in Robotics

Dr David Howard on evolutionary machine learning in robotics My name is David Howard, I'm a Senior research scientist and robotics and autonomous systems group at DATA61 in Brisbane. DATA61 is part of CSIRO and we focus on basically merging the digital and physical...

The Bridge Between Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence is Rebuilt by Researchers

The Bridge Between Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence is Rebuilt by Researchers

The bridge between experimental neuroscience and advanced artificial intelligence learning algorithms have been successfully rebuilt by researchers. They were able to demonstrate a new accelerated brain-inspired learning mechanism, conducting new types of experiments on neuronal cultures. For instance, the artificial task of handwritten digit recognition’s success rates substantially outperformed commonly-used machine learning algorithms when the mechanism was utilized.