Machine Learning

May 2, 2012

MACHINE LEARNING: Children are quick to pick up things--that's why learning to play an instrument is much easier for kids. So researchers at UC Berkeley are now studying how children's brains process information in hopes of creating more "human-like" computers, as reported by Fast CoExist. It's not clear yet where the connections are drawn between toddlers' reactions to silly faces and computers that emote, but no one can deny the awesome processing power of baby brains.

Machine Learning

May 2, 2012

MACHINE LEARNING: Children are quick to pick up things--that's why learning to play an instrument is much easier for kids. So researchers at UC Berkeley are now studying how children's brains process information in hopes of creating more "human-like" computers, as reported by Fast CoExist. It's not clear yet where the connections are drawn between toddlers' reactions to silly faces and computers that emote, but no one can deny the awesome processing power of baby brains.

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