Archivo mensual: febrero 2014

Facebook Tells the Computer Who You Love

Cornell University researchers have developed algorithms that can correctly identify a person’s spouse, fiance, or other romantic partner, based on a map of Facebook friends, with about 70-percent accuracy. “We are trying to build up a sort of chemistry kit … Seguir leyendo

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Quantum Computers Could Crack Existing Codes but Create Others Much Harder to Break

Quantum computers capable of cracking sophisticated codes will one day be created, but such systems also will be able to create more advanced codes, writes David Kielpinski, a professor at Griffith University’s Centre for Quantum Dynamic. Kielpinski notes the U.S. … Seguir leyendo

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Attempting to Code the Human Brain

Both startups and established technology firms increasingly are pursuing artificial intelligence that mimics the brain because of the tremendous potential of applications with human-like intelligence, but the technology is still in its early phases. Improved computing processors and advances in … Seguir leyendo

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