GPUs Help Cut Siri’s Error Rate by Half

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Aug 25 2016

To make Siri great, Apple employed several artificial intelligence experts three years ago to apply deep learning to their intelligent mobile smart assistant. The team began training a neural net to replace the original Siri.

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Reshaping the Light on Extreme Diameter Telescopes with GPUs

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Jun 01 2016

The atmospheric turbulence that distorts the trajectory of lights rays have been a source of frustration for astronomers using huge telescopes.

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First Emotionally Intelligent Speaker Trained on GPUs

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 12 2016

Created by researchers at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the MoodBox speaker is billed as the first ever high quality wireless speaker that senses human emotions.

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Baidu Collaborates with Peel for Voice-Controlled Smart Home Products

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Apr 07 2016

With over 150 million users and 10 billion monthly remote commands, Peel will begin using Baidu’s Deep Speech technology in their next-generation voice-enabled products.

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Spotting Keywords in Audio and Video Files

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Nadeem Mohammad, posted Mar 17 2016

United States call centers generate more than a billion hours of audio recordings every year and less than 25% of the audio is made searchable or analyzed.

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