DVI2USB 3.0.DVI2USB drivers, documentation and software – Epiphan Video
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MIT’s Artificial Intelligence Recognizes Patterns by Mimicking Human Beings
All work in the field of creating artificial intelligence (AI), to one degree or another, is reduced to modeling the activity of human intelligence. It cannot be otherwise – after all, human intelligence is the only one known to us. Without pretending to be able to reproduce in detail the work of the brain, scientists, nevertheless, are already able to create computers and programs that imitate human behavior.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) build a system that recognizes street scenes. To distinguish some objects against the background of others, the AI used techniques used in such a situation by humans. As a result, the computer model was trained by analyzing the images presented to it. A similar process, scientists say, takes place in the brain of a child.
The novelty of the approach, according to published information, was that a computer model of how the brain analyzes the resulting image was created according to the ideas obtained by methods of neurobiology. As stated in the MIT publication, “scientists were pleasantly surprised” by the result.
The short term applications of the project include intelligence systems; aids to vehicle drivers; search engines based on visual perception; medicine and robotics. In the longer term, from the point of view of neurobiology, the created system is an important step in the creation of a kind of prostheses for the sense organs that could take over the work of damaged parts of the nervous system involved in processing signals from the retina. It is assumed that the machine vision system created by the project participants will become the basis for further research.