You Don’t Have to Be Google to Build an Artificial Brain | WIRED

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26 Sep 2014

When Google used 16,000 machines to build a simulated brain that could correctly identify cats in YouTube videos, it signaled a turning point in the art of artificial intelligence.

Applying its massive cluster of computers to an emerging breed of AI algorithm known as “deep learning,” the so-called Google brain was twice as accurate as any previous system in recognizing objects pictured in digital images, and it was hailed as another triumph for the mega data centers erected by the kings of the web.

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