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Behind the Mic: The Science of Talking with Computers

GEOFFREY HINTON: We come into this world with the innate abilities to learn to interact with other sentient beings. Suppose you had to interact with other people by writing little messages to them. It’d be a real pain. And that’s how we interact with computers. It’s much easier just to …

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Map of Computer Science

We built computers to expand our brains originally scientists built computers to solve arithmetic but they turn out to be incredibly useful for many other things as well running the entire Internet lifelike graphics artificial brains or simulating the universe but amazingly all of it boils down to just flipping …

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