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Google Tacotron 2 Speaks Like Real People

The still audible difference between computer voices and real people should soon be over.Researchers from Google and the University of California have used neural networks to develop a system that uses text to create a natural-sounding language with meaningful accents. The project is called Tacotron 2.

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Exciting Times For NASA, Thanks To Google AI

Exoplanets are celestial bodies that revolve around other than the sun.Only a few years ago, such discoveries were celebrated as a sensation, but thanks to modern telescopes, more and more are being discovered.Meanwhile, it’s about analyzing the data, and thanks to the help of AI technologies, there will be news soon. Now, NASA has made

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An AI Made By Another AI Beats All Man Made AI

The loss of control of humanity through the development of artificial intelligence (AI) has taken another step forward.An AI developed by the Google Brain research group has itself built another AI that works even better than any system previously programmed by humans.

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AI Can Translate A Lot Better Without A Dictionary And Comparision Texts

The technology of neural networks could bring machine translations to a much higher level than the previous work in the field has suggested.Researchers have recently shown that artificial intelligence (AI) can become an interpreter without ever having seen a dictionary or comparative translations.

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Google Thinks China Will Overtake The US In The Field Of Artificial Intelligence

Washington has to invest more in the development of artificial intelligence technology, including military, said Eric Schmidt, president of Alphabet, of which Google is a part, warning that there is a risk that the US will be overtaken by China in this area.

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The NASA Competition Showed That Human Cannot Compete With AI In Drone Control

Autonomous driving is not the only area where scientists are currently conducting intensive research.Even with the computer control of drones, it seems to be moving forward rapidly.NASA has now shown in a new experiment that an AI-controlled drone is already superior to human pilots.

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Intel CEO Thinks AI Is Still In Infancy

Recently US financial website CNBC interviewed Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and asked him about the development of artificial intelligence. Many in the scientific and technological community are hoping to regulate artificial intelligence. Brian thinks it is too early to talk about these things.