worldspy - 26.06.12 15:15 Remember Google's secretive X Lab, a place where Google engineers work on futurist projects in fields such as artificial intelligence and robotics? The New York Times reports on one of those projects -- a neural network built from 1,000 computers that simulates the human brain.
The "brain" was then sent to complete a task familiar to most humans: Find cat videos on YouTube. The 16,000-processor-strong neural network performed very well; it taught itself to recognize cats from some 10 million digital images found in YouTube videos.
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