|A Science of Intelligence
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|Koch, C, Poggio, T
We are in the midst of a revolution in machine intelligence, the engineering of getting computers to perform tasks that, until recently, could only be done by people. You can speak to your smart phone and it answers back, software identifies faces at border-crossings and labels people and objects in pictures posted to social media. Algorithms can teach themselves to play Atari video games. A camera and chip embedded into the front view-mirror of top-of-the-line sedans let the vehicle drive autonomously on the open road...
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