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Google's Artificial Intelligence (AI) Research Papers Online

     
3:56 pm on Aug 26, 2012 (gmt 0)

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There's been a lot of waffle in the media about Google's AI and its effect on Search. A recent twitter showed a link for some of the papers on AI emerging from Google:

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
Google Research
[research.google.com...]

Much of our work on language, speech, translation, and visual processing relies on Machine Learning and AI. In all of those tasks and many others, we gather large volumes of direct or indirect evidence of relationships of interest, and we apply learning algorithms to generalize from that evidence to new cases of interest....

Guess this might provide some better insights into Google than sieving through patents from nuggets of useful information.

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8:59 pm on Aug 26, 2012 (gmt 0)

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Great stuff but one thought prevails - 3rd party human evaluators in India and other countries have the last word in rankings so figuring out the AI is still not as important as making sure you pass a human *authority* sniff test.
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Great stuff but one thought prevails - 3rd party human evaluators in India and other countries have the last word in rankings so figuring out the AI is still not as important as making sure you pass a human *authority* sniff test.


An interesting theory that matches some of my own observations. Do you have other evidence that suggests this may be correct? Perhaps it deserves a thread to itself.

If you are right I suspect that human intervention is being used initially whilst the AI engine learns it's trade and then takes over completely. Either way I'm sure it's the future but I'm equally sure there will be lots of bumps along the way.