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Using Machine Learning to Predict Parking Difficulty

No monitoring of parking meters, video feeds, etc. Looking at the users their behavior is the way to do it: Google determined that if users circled around a location like in the picture above, it usually suggested that parking might … Continue reading

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Saving bandwidth through machine learning

When requesting a high-resolution image with the Android Google+ app, one no longer gets the full version sent over. Instead, one gets a low-resolution version which is then processed by RAISR: RAISR, which was introduced in November, uses machine learning … Continue reading

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TensorKart: self-driving MarioKart with TensorFlow

During the winter break Kevin Hughes decided to try and train an artificial neural network to play MarioKart 64: After playing way too much MarioKart and writing an emulator plugin in C, I managed to get some decent results. Getting … Continue reading

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Using Machine Learning to generate Super Mario Maker levels

Extract the data from the outdoor levels of Super Mario Bros, represent it as text (as shown above), feed it to a neural network, let it iterate the data quite a few times and *BOOM*, you get this: Machine Learning … Continue reading

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Nvidia Drive PX2

Some fascinating stuff by Nvidia: NVIDIA DRIVE PX 2 allows the automotive industry to use artificial intelligence to tackle the complexities inherent in autonomous driving. It utilizes deep learning on NVIDIA’s most advanced GPUs for 360-degree situational awareness around the … Continue reading

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MarI/O – Machine Learning for Video Games

MarI/O is a program made of neural networks and genetic algorithms that kicks butt at Super Mario World The source code is freely available.

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Google Quantum A.I. Lab

Last May, in partnership with NASA, Google announced the Quantum A.I. Lab, a place where researchers from around the world can experiment with the incredible powers and possibilities of quantum computing. Google Quantum A.I. Lab Team →

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