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Getting a machine to put one foot in front of the other has been a priority for roboticists for decades. Two years ago Sven Behnke and his team of the University of Bonn participated in the DARPA Robotics Challenge trying to tackle the issue of locomotion.

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Deep Learning for Embedded Devices: The Next Step in Privacy-Preserving High-Precision Mobile Health and Wellbeing Tools. Nic Lane's research is aiming to completely change how mobile sensor data is processed -- and in turn, what mobile health tools are capable of -- in the next generation of embedded and wearable devices.

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Google is using its DeepMind computing system to search for early signs of diabetic retinopathy and neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD). The research has the potential to revolutionise the way professionals carry out eye tests.

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Deep Learning Machine Solves the Cocktail Party Problem. Andrew Simpson and team have used some of the most recent advances associated with deep neural networks to separate human voices from the background in a wide range of songs.

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Machine learning firm VocalIQ are working on an "advanced voice-control system" to let you control navigation, wipers and other car components in a more intuitive way. Voice recognition will learn the driver's intentions and vocabulary over time.

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Facebook researchers are currently developing algorithms called “DeepFace” to detect whether two faces in unfamiliar photos are of the same person with 97.25% accuracy, regardless of lighting conditions or angles. Lior Wolf, Faculty Member at Tel Aviv University is currently working alongside Facebook researchers on the development.

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Max Welling is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Amsterdam and the University of California Irvine. Welling’s research focuses on large-scale statistical learning. He has made contributions in Bayesian learning, approximate inference in graphical models, deep learning and visual object recognition.

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EyeEm, the social photo-sharing community and marketplace, has unveiled a clever new technology that lets photographers upload their images and run them through an algorithm for instant keywording and aesthetic ranking.

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Clarifai is offering a service that uses deep learning to understand video. The company says its software can rapidly analyze video clips to recognize 10,000 different objects or types of scene. The technology can be used for things like matching ads to content in online videos.

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DeepMind’s systems use neural networks and “deep learning” methods that deploy low-level transistor networks to produce high-level effects so that they can, for instance, distinguish a cat’s face from a human one – a trivial task for a human, but hard for a machine. That has been developed into “artificial general intelligence”.

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In the UK one if four people suffer from at least one psychiatric disorder. The outlook may sound bleak, but with the rising awareness, new digital businesses are finding ways to improve our own wellbeing every day. BioBeats is one such company that’s fighting to improve our mental health, with online services and apps like Pulse, and Hear and Now.

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Neural Networks
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Machine Learning
Machine Learning
Deep Learning Algorithms
Deep Learning Algorithms
Speech Recognition
Speech Recognition
Pattern Recognition
Pattern Recognition
Image Retrieval
Image Retrieval
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