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AI Speed-Reading For the Masses

Startup Gamalon gives image-recognition bots a head start | “The promise here is that you use data a lot more efficiently”

In 2012, Google researchers found a whimsical way to show off the power of the company’s artificial intelligence technology: They trained computers to recognize cats in YouTube videos. The project took years to pull off and required 16,000 computer processors to analyze 10 million images. That type of AI, known as deep learning, now powers Amazon.com’s smart speaker Echo and Tesla’s self-driving cars. While such

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