[MUSIC PLAYING] TIMOTHY JORDAN: Hello, and welcome to Google I/O 2018. I’m Timothy Jordan, and you’re watching this in VR180. Remember, these videos are always best viewed in a headset, so we’ll see you in there. [MUSIC PLAYING] [CHEERING] SPEAKER: Good morning. [CHEERING] [MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome to Google I/O. Thank you all for joining us
Dear Fellow Scholars, this is Two Minute Papers with Károly Zsolnai-Fehér. If you start watching reviews of some of the more recent smartphones, you will almost always see a dedicated section to low-light photography. The result is almost always that cameras that work remarkably well in well-lit scenes produce almost unusable results in dim environments.
[MUSIC]>>Every time a technology is moved from the hands of the few to a wide variety of people, a whole new set of capabilities that we never even imagined, suddenly come into existence and change the world. [MUSIC]>>Cognitive Services enables developers to take advantage of AI without being a data scientist. [MUSIC]>>Some enterprises don’t have
Hi! I’m Dave from Boyinaband. Today we’re gonna take a look at a bunch of artificial intelligence experiments To see how far along we are towards our imminent doom. First thing I wanna take a look at is right here. Google has this aiexperiments.withgoogle.com site Where they have tons of these things, and… Well, nine.
[MUSIC PLAYING] YUFENG GUO: From detecting skin cancer to sorting cucumbers to detecting escalators in need of repair, machine learning has granted computer systems entirely new abilities. But how does it really work under the hood? Let’s walk through a basic example and use it as an excuse to talk about the process of getting
[APPLAUSE] DIANE GREENE: Hi, everybody. I’m Diane Greene. I run Google’s phenomenal Cloud. I’m on the board of Alphabet, and I’m incredibly proud today to be here moderating this panel of just absolute leading experts, leading researchers, and experts in artificial intelligence and machine learning. We’re going to structure our panel talking about past, present,
L’algorithme va jouer à Atari breakout La plus importante chose à savoir est l’agent ne connait que ses entrées sensorielles (ce qu’il voit sur l’écran) et on lui demande de maximiser son score à l’écran Aucune connaissance du domaine n’est impliquée! Cela signifie que l’algorithme ne connait pas le concept de balle et ne sait
– So we’re here at day one of Google IO checking out new features for Google Lens. It’s an AR and AI platform for the company, and it’s basically built into Google Assistant, and now it’s built right into the smart phone’s camera. So Google first introduced Google Lens last year, and basically at the
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Your website is your own corner of the Internet. A place to call home. For your business, your portfolio, your hobby. Your own space to say what you want to say. There are plenty of ways to get a website. But a template isn’t for you. A Facebook page isn’t for you. Your site should