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I found this on their website, here is the general explanation: Our approach was to use billions of lines of dialog to teach an AI how real human conversations flow. Once the AI has learned from that data, it is then able to predict how likely one statement would follow another as a response. In these demos (semantris, talktobooks), the AI is simply considering what you type to be an opening statement and looking across a pool of many possible responses to find the ones that would most likely follow. The technique we're using to teach computers language is called machine learning. Google's Machine Learning Glossary defines machine learning as: "...a program or system that builds (trains) a predictive model from input data." And here, it is about the Semantris game: Semantris is a word association game that uses this same technology. Each time you enter a clue, the AI looks at all the words in play and chooses the ones it thinks are most related. Because the AI was trained on conversational text spanning a large variety of topics, it is able to make many types of associations. In Semantris' Arcade, when the AI sorts the list, the most related words are moved to the bottom. In the example above, you can see that it thinks that the word "Moon" is a better conversational response to "Sun" than "Teacher". Semantris is similar to other word association games where a person gives clues to help their teammate guess the correct words. However, in Semantris, you give your hints to an AI. Because the AI can sometimes have quirky responses, you'll need to experiment with different types of clues to learn how this AI thinks and to earn the highest scores. Try playing with slang, technical terms, pop culture references, synonyms, antonyms, and even full sentences. Source: https://research.google.com/semanticexperiences/about.html
🇳🇬Brains Actually this is more Google thing, and Google knows you better than yourself 😂 and it's Google after all they have access to nearly infinite sources of Big Data.
Aaron Sarkissian so this is what mark Zuckerberg has been selling our conversations to😂😂
For the ones who say "page is not found", update your SoloLearn app, and if you are talking about the game's link, it is correct, yes.
good u made the question
But if I ask the AI for its name, it doesn't give a relevant answer. Some responses have to be manually programmed, as it can't refer to books for some real life scenarios. Example: "Hey, what is the shortest route from my home to the mall?". Considering we are asking a shortcut to a destination from a place, it can't refer to books. This AI would be good for solving GK questions and not help us in real life scenarios. Awesome job, though... Hey Aaron Sarkissian, do you work at Google? (If not, then where? Just curious)
Aaron, where do you work?
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but seriously how is the Ai that smart,does it have a dictionary?
The game is here: https://research.google.com/semantris/ Interesting observation: Every once in a while, corporate names sneak in: Lockheed Martin, Adidas, Facebook, Instagram. I wonder whether they are really doing what I think they are doing?
AI is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to that of humans and animals.
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How do I generate a list with <N> unique elements randomly selected from another (already existing) list?
Given three integer matrices A(m*n),B(m*n) and C(m*n) . Print the one with more zero elements. beside code
I'm coding this for hours & can't make the value of the 5 random numbers round off to 2 decimal places like in the examples
Overloading + operator