"That’s why Facebook and others are turning to deep learning. They want technology that lets them better understand how individual users feel about and interact with, well, everything. They can use that information to improve user experience, build brand loyalty, and, ultimately, sell people stuff — all in a more finely tuned way than what’s currently possible. “The power of deep learning is building high-level abstract representations of data,” says Turner. “In the world of language, you can imagine going from letters to words to phrases to sentence fragments to sentences to paragraphs and so on.”"Why Facebook Is Teaching Its Machines to Think Like Humans | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Why Facebook Is Teaching Its Machines to Think Like Humans | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com
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