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Geoffrey Hinton brings deep learning to Google | Wired

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19 January 2014



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“Back in the early ’80s, when Hinton and his colleagues first started work on this idea, computers weren’t fast or powerful enough to process the enormous collections of data that neural nets require. Their success was limited, and the AI community turned its back on them, working to find shortcuts to brain-like behavior rather than trying to mimic the operation of the brain. … But a few resolute researchers carried on.”

 

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