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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the field developing computers and robots capable of parsing data contextually to provide requested information, supply analysis, or trigger events based on findings. Through techniques like machine learning and neural networks, companies globally are investing in teaching machines to ‘think’ more like humans. Below are some of the latest AI news from the industry:

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Detecting novel systemic biomarkers in external eye photos

Posted by Boris Babenko, Software Engineer, and Akib Uddin, Product Manager, Google Research Last year we presented results demonstrating that a deep learning system (DLS) can be trained to analyze external eye photos and predict a person’s diabetic retinal disease status and elevated glycated hemoglobin (or HbA1c, a biomarker that indicates the three-month ...

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Towards Behavior-Driven AI Development

Figure 1: Behavior-driven AI development centers model iteration on evaluating and improving specific real-world use cases. It has never been easier to prototype AI-driven systems. With a bit of programming knowledge and a couple of hours, you can spin up a chatbot for your notes, a text-based image editor, or a tool for summarizing customer feedback. Bu ...

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Visual language maps for robot navigation

Posted by Oier Mees, PhD Student, University of Freiburg, and Andy Zeng, Research Scientist, Robotics at Google People are excellent navigators of the physical world, due in part to their remarkable ability to build cognitive maps that form the basis of spatial memory — from localizing landmarks at varying ontological levels (like a book on a shelf in the li ...

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AI Explainer: Foundation models ​and the next era of AI

The release of OpenAI’s GPT-4 is a significant advance that builds on several years of rapid innovation in foundation models. GPT-4, which was trained on the Microsoft Azure AI supercomputer, has exhibited significantly improved abilities across many dimensions—from summarizing lengthy documents, to answering complex questions about a wide range of topics an ...