Even drawing has the potential to be disrupted as you can now have an AI identify your doodles and turn it into art. One day you wont need to hire an artist to do your design work. Just an AI.
Robot Cars Can Teach Themselves How to Drive in Virtual Worlds
Over the holidays, I went for a drive with a Tesla. With, not in, because the car was doing the driving. Hearing about autonomous vehicles is one thing; experiencing it was something entirely different. When the parked Model S calmly drove itself out of the garage, I stood gaping in awe, completely mind-blown. If this …
AI, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning: A Primer
"One person, in a literal garage, building a self-driving car." That happened in 2015. Now to put that fact in context, compare this to 2004, when DARPA sponsored the very first driverless car Grand Challenge. Of the 20 entries they received then, the winning entry went 7.2 miles; in 2007, in the Urban Challenge, the winning entries went 60 miles under city-like constraints. Things are clearly progressing rapidly when it comes to machine intelligence. But how did we get here, after not one but multiple "A.I. winters"? What's the breakthrough? And why is Silicon Valley buzzing about artificial intelligence again? From types of machine intelligence to a tour of algorithms, a16z Deal and Research team head Frank Chen walks us through the basics (and beyond) of AI and deep learning in this slide presentation.