deep learning Archive

How deep learning allowed computers to see

Claire Bretton Crunch Network Contributor Claire Bretton is one of the co-founders of daco.io, a startup that is developing a unique tool to track competition thanks to deep learning. Earlier, she was a manager in a top strategy consulting firm based in Paris. She holds a master’s degree from ESCP Europe. How to join the network One of the biggest challenges of the 21st century …

Hearing is like seeing for our brains and for machines

There is an array of neural net machine learning approaches that are simply more than just “deep.” In a time when neural networks are increasingly popular for advancing voice technologies and AI, it’s interesting that many of the current approaches were originally developed for image or video processing. One of those methods, convolutional neural networks (CNNs), makes it easy to see why image-processing neural nets …

The healing power of AI

Erik Birkeneder Crunch Network Contributor Erik Birkeneder is an intellectual property attorney at Nixon Peabody focused on digital health and medical device companies. How to join the network Artificial intelligence originally aspired to replace doctors. Researchers imagined robots that could ask you questions, run the answers through an algorithm that would learn with experience and tell whether you had the flu or a cold. However, …