I want to make a kind of robotic brain i.e. a big neural network, which includes NLP model (for understanding human voice) , real-time object recognition (so it can identify particular object), face recognition model ( for identifying faces)..

Is possible to build a huge neural networks in which we can combine all these separate models togetherly so we can use all 3 model's capabilities at same time in parallel? (i.e. if I ask robot/chatbot using mic, can you can see that table/ that boy?, Robot start recognizing object & faces and reply me back by speech if he could identify or not!)

If it's possible then kindly share your idea how can I implement this? Or is there any better to make such AI? ( In python, tensorflow )


Can we? We do all the time.

If you look at the papers that describe some of the AI systems in current use and offered as services to customers, you will find either block diagram or a description of AI component interconnections (not connections between layers but between elements where the elements are networks or other AI system components) or both.

There is no need to hone in on any particular example because a simple academic article search for "AI system" or "NLP system" or "text-to-voice" or really any more than trivial kind of intelligent system will provide a dozen papers that exemplify this integration of heterogeneous networks and other AI components.

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  • $\begingroup$ Thanks for response! Can you please share few links of papers/website/blog which is similar to what I discribed above. Coz actually I tried to find research papers but I couldn't guess appropriate query or keywords which can give my solution or hint to solve this problem. $\endgroup$ – Rahul Vansh Oct 15 '18 at 19:09
  • $\begingroup$ @RahulVansh, There are so many articles, it would take all day to assemble a list that is properly representative. More importantly, I like to support education, including self-education. If you are serious about AI research, then I recommend learning how to find AI related academic articles using Springer, IEEE, Elsevier, ACM, Google Scholar, and ARXIV. Just find those search pages and plug in the terms I put in quotes above. $\endgroup$ – FauChristian Oct 15 '18 at 21:28

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