The futuristic thought of developing machines more specifically to develop robots that will be able to perform activities such as cutting the grass in the backyard, washing the dishes or clothes has always been a dire wish of every common person so that he would be able to take a sigh of relief from these daily tiresome activities. Read the Post Elon Musk developing housekeeping robot
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Luc Ferry philosophy professor, Minister of Education, Universities and Research, Luc Ferry has just published “The transhumanist revolution“. How technomedicine and uberisation of the world will change our lives? Read the Post Transhumanism is betting on the fact that man is perfectible
The Communication – Forget your mobile phone that you keep with you everywhere, that you turn the computer every day, doing the same abstraction few moments of the screen on which you are reading these lines.
Now think about what our lives there about ten years. Where was the internet, social networks, mobile devices, and especially our use of all this technology.
Could we really imagine at this time how our lives would be connected today?
Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that provides computers the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed.
DeepMind was established in London by Demis Hassabis , Shane Legg and Mustafa Suleyman in 2011.
Major venture capital firms Horizons Ventures and Founders Fund have invested in the company, as well as entrepreneurs Scott Banister and Elon Musk. Jaan Tallinn was an early investor and an advisor to the company. In 2014, DeepMind received the “Company of the Year” award by Cambridge Computer Laboratory. Also on 26 January 2014 Google announced that it had agreed to take over DeepMind Technologies.