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4:34 pm March 21, 2016 An artificial intelligence will be creative director at JAXA
A system of artificial intelligence (AI) has been named creative director in Tokyo ‘s office of a multinational advertising group to provide the television department proposals based on logical analysis of data. AI Beta – CD, which is the name the system, is the first IA which has been given this position, today told Efe a spokeswoman for the Japanese subsidiary of McCann Erickson group. to develop are classified and stored information of infinity Japanese television ads including the most premiados- the last ten years in its database. So, by introducing, for example, a type of product or service and a range of target audience, AI-CD Beta writes, by its robotic arm and a “fude” (the brush used in traditional calligraphy Japan), a kind of summary of the basic ideas that should include spot. AI-CD Beta is also able to evaluate and learn from the results create new ads that are rendered in order to improve their proposals for future projects. the agency has decided that the “director” robot participate along with 11 other employees “human” in the traditional welcoming ceremony organized by the Japanese companies for new incorporated each April 1, the date on which starts the fiscal year in China. AI-CD Beta has been developed by a well- founded last September and named McCann Millennials team, which is composed of employees of McCann Japan born between 1980 and the last years of the last century. One member of this team, Shun Matsuzaka said in a statement that, lacking a creative director, the group came create one from scratch.
4:25 pm February 21, 2016 Windows 10 reaches 270 million users
Windows 10, the latest version ofsystemoperating of Microsoft, already has more than 270 millionusersSaid Wednesday the US computer group. Eight months after its
launching, Windows 10 “was activated and used by more than 270 million people , ” said Terry Myerson, vice president in charge of software and hardware, at an annual conference system designers, called Build, in San Francisco. The
directorGeneral, Satya Nadella said that no previous version of Windows was adopted by users as quickly and said he observed this trend , “both among consumers and between businesses.”Microsoft’s goal of reaching one billion devices are set equipped this software 2018. the group also reported the first update of Windows 10, which will be available this summer for current users and, for the first time, users of your game console Xbox One.
4:23 pm January 5, 2016 Computer beats human in ancient Chinese game
A computer program defeated a human champion in the Chinese board game Go
A computer program defeated a human champion in the ancestral Chinese board game Go, which represents an important advance in the development of artificial intelligence. The program taught himself same to win and its developers indicate they are learning strategy that someday will allow the computer to solve problems of real life as medical diagnosis and scientific research.Both the program and its success are described in an article published on Wednesday Nature magazine. Previously, computers had beaten humans in other games , including chess, checkers and backgammon. But among the classic games, Go is long considered as the most difficult to master for artificial intelligence. The game Go originated in China more than two thousand 500 years ago. Involving two players take turns placing pieces on a chess – like board.The aim is to occupy most of the board with a single color chips and capture the opponent ‘spieces by surrounding them with their own.Although the rules are simple, not easy to play well. ” It’s probably the most complex game invented by humans , ” he said Tuesday Dennis Hassabis of Google DeepMind in London, one of the study authors.The new program, AlphaGo defeated last October European champion in the five games of a party, according to thereport in Nature. in March, Alpha Go to legendary player Lee Sedol face in Seoul, South Korea, for a prize of one million dollars, Hassabis said. Martin Mueller, a professor of computer science at the University Alberta, Canada, who has worked with Go programs for 30 years , but was not involved in AlphaGo, said the new program “really is an important regarding everything we’ve seen step. it’s a very, very impressive work.”
00:01 June 27, 2007 Internal Testing, Scheduler Unavailable
Some internal tests are being run. So, the scheduler is temporarily unavailable to those on the Internet. This may cause some access denied messages to show up in your BOINC manager.
10:39 June 22, 2007 SciLINC Update
When development of the SciLINC project began it had four primary goals. Edited for brevity, they were:
11:20 June 21, 2007 Brief Outage Resolved
We experienced a short time down this morning. MySQL was accidentally shutdown for about 40 minutes. Everything should be back to normal now.
11:38 June 20, 2007 User Profile Image Uploading Fixed
User profile images should now upload properly. Thank you Zain Upton and Paul@home for bringing this to our attention. The details are in a message on our Question and Answer forums.
2:07 June 20, 2007 Forums Online
The forums are now online. Please use the Question and Answers section for reporting any bugs or problems. There is also a special message board for general discussion. We will be checking them in the morning. For now... sleep.
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