Artificial General Intelligence with novel Deep Reinforcement Learning approach

Another day, another paper on Artificial Intelligence (AI) on this Blog. Today is also marked by the spell of novelty, innovation and better methodologies. It has been said that there is excessive hype regarding the scope and possibilities of current AI research, with some analysts and pundits saying that we will need to be wary … Continue reading Artificial General Intelligence with novel Deep Reinforcement Learning approach

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Cutting edge: BrainNetCNN or Neural development innovative technology

Continuing the follow-up of paper reviews on issues of interest for The Information Age, I came across today with a paper which combines several topics that are currently in the ranks of cutting edge innovative technologies. The fields are Convolutional Neural Networks (CNNs), Artificial Neural Networks and imaging in Neuroscience studies. Whilst Convolutional Neural Networks … Continue reading Cutting edge: BrainNetCNN or Neural development innovative technology

Prediction APIs: connecting Machine Learning and Cryptography

The Computer Science (CS) field of Cryptography is currently one of the most hyped topic in the Software industry. And there are good reasons for that as the subject is an important one in a world increasingly connected, with connectivity becoming more and more important. The Internet and the paradigm of connected devices is central … Continue reading Prediction APIs: connecting Machine Learning and Cryptography

The Information Age paper review: a new commitment

Hello everyone with an interest in The Information Age. I will announce today that I'll start to post regular reviews of papers that I deem interesting developments in fields of research this blog cares about, namely to do with Information Technology, Computer Science and Data Science. My first choice for today is a paper on … Continue reading The Information Age paper review: a new commitment