If scientists can predict the shape of a protein in the human body, they can determine how other molecules will bind or physically attach to it
AlphaZero's stunning victory over chess engine Stockfish raises hopes of Artificial Intelligence's positive impact on royal game
AlphaZero, a chess-playing AI designed by DeepMind, became a worldwide sensation when it defeated Stockfish, the world's strongest chess engine,
The AI can currently identify 50 unique eye-defects, with an accuracy of nearly 95%.
Deepmind AI agents are taught the strategies from scratch using three reinforcement learning ideas.
Microsoft plans to establish a conversational AI centre of excellence to experiment and integrate natural language processing technology in Cortana.
Humans apparently use a phenomenon called Grid Cells to aim navigation, and DeepMind’s AI just taught itself to imitate the phenomenon.
Google DeepMind's AI-powered text-to-speech service can now be used by developers to power their apps
A text-to-speech service is a form of speech synthesis that converts text into spoken voice output, powers the voices in service like Google Assistant.
Elon Musk isn’t worried about killer robots, he’s worried about the development of unregulated, self-learning Super AI
Musk does not fear the robot, he fears the unregulated algorithm. The Terminators did not destroy humanity, Skynet did.
Eric Schmidt warns the United States about AI competition with China; claims ‘these Chinese people are good’
Schmidt elaborated that China will catch up quickly and will use the new technology for both, military as well as commercial objectives.
AlphaGo is a narrow AI computer program that plays the board game Go. It was developed by Alphabet Inc.'s Google DeepMind in London in October 2015.
Google-owned DeepMind is working on artificial intelligence (AI) that can imagine like humans and handle the unpredictable scenarios in real world.
Google's artificial intelligence-powered AlphaGo has defeated a team of five leading Go players in a demonstration match.
Google's artificial intelligence program AlphaGo went head to head in a best of three match against the world's number one player Ke Jie
Researchers at Google's DeepMind are using AI to solve the 'Prisoner's Dilemma'. The results are quite intriguing.
The DeepMind Lab is a platform similar to a 3D game engine, which can be used to train agents for various tasks.
DeepMind has entered a five year partnership with the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
Blizzard and Google are coordinating to release open up Starcraft to AI and machine learning researchers around the world.
Thanks to their new hybrid system called Differential Neural Computer (DNC), it can pair a neural network with the data storage capacity of conventional computers, and learn from this external storage without any instructions.
Google along with DeepMind has managed to cut down power usage by 40 percent.
Google bought an artificial intelligence company called DeepMind Technologies for $650 million in January 2014. DeepMind's Artificial Intelligence (AI) AlphaGo is the official winner defeating South Korean champion Lee Se-dol for the third time in a five-game live Go match in the Four Seasons Hotel, Seoul.