AI Translations & Biological Vision

TOP-3 STORIES ABOUT AI TO READ ON THE WEEKEND

Looking for something interesting to read on the weekend? Ok, we have what to suggest.

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Something meaningful by bigthink.

Read how AI is translating messages of long-lost languages.

"There are about 6,500-7,000 languages currently spoken in the world. But that's less than a quarter of all the languages people spoke over the course of human history. That total number is around 31,000 languages. The vast majority of them is lost," they say.

Researchers from MIT and Google Brain created an AI-based system that figured out how to read dead languages like early Greek language Linear B or Ugaritic.

Something scary.

"AI will bring many wonders. It may also destabilize everything from nuclear d├ętente to human friendships. We need to think much harder about how to adapt".#TheAtlantic The Atlantic's authors described the gloomy perspectives. Read more about it.

Something breathtaking. The story, made by The Singularity Hub, describes how researchers used AI to understand biological vision better.

"Last week, two studies independently tapped into the power of AI to solve a 70-year-old neuroscience mystery: how does our visual system perceive reality?"

Read the full story.

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