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Recognize human's feelings using Artificial Intelligence

[English is not my native language and I find it hard to express something that I want to search for in Artificial Intelligence papers.] People could be sad, happy, depressive, angry, nervous, calm, ...
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How to teach AI Planning in the university?

At foremost, AI planning is a domain within computer science. The subject is about searching in a graph, solving symbolic problems and using languages like STRIPS. AI Planning was original invented to ...
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How are artificial neural networks different from normal computers?

I have been given this question that how neural networks are different from normal computers? But after searching alot i still couldnt get the best reason on it which makes my point clear, so how ...
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Why do we need artificial intelligence?

How we will explain the best usage and need of artificial intelligence although now its has brought revolution in technology and other fields?
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Working of DENDRAL project in AI

I know Dendral was an early expert system and it was a computer software expert system. Its aim was to study hypothesis formation and discovery in science. My Question is: In which task was it used ...
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3D environment for RL research in Academia

I'm doing my thesis on Reinforcement Learning. My focus on Partially Observable Environments like 3D Games. I want to choose a 3D platform for testing and doing ...
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Why are Neural Networks considered Artificially Intelligent?

Why in every aspect are we now considering Neural Networks as an Artificially Intelligent entity/program?
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How to model Tangram in search space.

I wonder if there is a such model of the Tangram game so that it can be solved by search tree techniques,but the main problem is how to represent the all the states, if any, since given a ...
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SEIF motion update algorithm doubt

I want to implement Sparse Extended information slam. There is four step to implement it. The algorithm is available in Probabilistic Robotics Book at page 310, Table 12.3. In this algorithm line no:...
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Are artificial networks based on the perceptron design inherently limiting?

At the time when the basic building blocks of machine learning (the perceptron layer and the convolution kernel) were invented, the model of the neuron in the brain taught at the university level was ...
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How to use semantic segmentation for self-driving control?

In the context of autonomous driving, two main stages are typically implemented: an image processing stage and a control stage. The first aims at extracting useful information from the acquired image ...
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How can AI researchers avoid “overfitting” to commonly-used benchmarks as a community?

In fields such as Machine Learning, we typically (somewhat informally) say that we are overfitting if improve our performance on a training set at the cost of reduced performance on a test set / the ...
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What career paths should be avoided with the growth in AI?

Consider high school graduates entering higher education or the workforce, each making a decision about where to commit their efforts. History tells us an important story about choosing in a changing ...
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Is anyone working on officiated team intelligence or anything like it?

The artificial intelligence topology that does not appear in the machine learning literature to my knowledge is that of officiated teams or round robins of them. The paradigm is a proven one in the ...
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How many researchers are needed to develop a humanoid robot?

The German research initiative “Sonderforschungsbereich 588” was active from 2001-2012 and has developed a humanoid robot, called ARMAR. According to the old pictures, the first version ARMAR I was ...
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Research Areas: Deep Learning/Machine Learning in Manufacturing industry?

I am undergraduate Production engineering student. I am looking for research areas where I can use Deep Learning/Machine Learning in manufacturing industry. If anyone is working in similar area please ...
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How can you do AI research by your own?

Let's say you want to do AI research and publish some papers just by your own. Would you send them to an AI journal using just your name? Which AI journals are recommended?
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Artificial Intelligence in Data Compression

What is current research in artificial intelligence and machine learning in the field of data compression? I have done my research on the PAQ series of compressors, some of which use neural networks ...
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What does “reimplementation of Deep Learning algorithms replicating performance from papers” mean?

Deep Learning refers to set of techniques for learning in Neural Nets. So does the statement "reimplementation of Deep Learning ...
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How to make training data for AI

Right now I'm planning to make a DNN for classifying taste of crystals with their molecular structure which include information like no of atoms mass of each atoms atomic no of atoms. How should I ...
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How can people contribute to AGI research?

Is there a way for people outside of core research community of AGI to contribute to the cause? There are a lot of people interested in supporting the field, but there is no clear way to do that. Is ...
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Is it common in RL research with Atari/ALE to automatically press FIRE to start games?

In some Atari games in the Arcade Learning Environment (ALE), it is necessary to press FIRE once to start a game. Because it may be difficult for a Reinforcement ...
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Is the research by Stanford University students who use logistic regression to predict sexual orientation from facial images really scientific?

Two Stanford University researchers, Dr. Michal Kosinki and Yilun Wang have published a paper that claims that AI can predict sexuality from a single facial photo with startling accuracy. This ...
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What is an intuitive explanation of how Google's AutoML works?

I recently read that Google has developed a new AI that anyone can upload data to and it will instantly generate models i.e. an image recognition model based off that data. Can someone explain to me ...
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What noteworthy contributions have Chinese AI researchers made in the field of artificial intelligence?

In recent years, China has made rapid progress in manufacturing and scientific research as evidenced by their successful teleportation of a single quantum entangled photon to a satellite in orbit. My ...
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Neural network for data visualization

At my work we're currently doing some research into data visualisation for highly inter connected data, basically graphs. We've been implementing all sorts of different layouts and trying to see ...
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Search minimum value with learning machine algorithm

I was wondering if its possible to classify or learn to estimate the minimum value in a table if the values are integer and represented 32 bits, and we can input all variable at the same moment like ...
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AI techniques and competencies necessary for creating a Virtual Assistant

I want to develop a virtual assistant like Google Assistant, Alexa, etc., for mobile phones. What I should be researching apart from M/C Learning and Python?
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Strategic planning and multi dimensional knapsack problem

I'm trying to find a planning approach to solve a problem that attempts to model learning of new material. We assume that we only have one resource such as Wikipedia, which contains a list of articles ...
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Spiking Neural Network Resources

I'm very interested in writing a Spiking Neural Network engine (SNN) from scratch, but I can't find the basic information I need to get started. For example, I've seen pictures of the individual ...
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To what extent can artificially intelligent agents reliably predict trends in financial markets?

I've gotten curious about this topic and am wondering what the stack exchange community has to say about it. Also, does anyone know of any professors/researchers who have published papers pertaining ...
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Is private research with low funds still feasible in the field of AI?

My question assumes that a private researcher doesn't have access to anything stronger than a modern PC with a high end GPU to implement his projects. He can also use cloud computing but with limited ...
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Is Russia contributing to open research concerning friendly AI?

I did a little bit of research on the most famous organizations and institutions that promote friendly AI in an open and collaborative way, like OpenAI, MIRI and others. From what I have gathered, ...
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Is the neuron adequately comprehended?

It is possible that the signal handling of a neuron is outside the engineering comprehension of the most astute of human brains, even after the relationships of inputs to outputs are statistically ...
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Did the Facebook robots both want everything but the balls?

According to this article, two Facebook ai's had the following "creepy" negotiation over a transaction: Bob: i can i i everything else . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alice: balls have zero to me ...
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Why spend so much time and money to build AIs to play Games?

I was reading about John McCarthy and his orthodox vision of Artificial Intelligence. To me, it seems like he was not very much in favour of resources (like time and money) being used to make AIs play ...
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Train, Validation and Test Split for Reporting Accuracy of Neural Model and BOW

I need to report accuracies of my neural model in a conference paper as compared to various baselines. What are the accepted standards for reporting accuracies in a fair manner? Neural Model: To be ...
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Diagnosing mental health problems using Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning techniques

I've seen events, like CogX and articles which describe how machine learning techniques or algorithms can be used to diagnose mental health issues. Here is my question; How can artificial ...
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Has MIRI produced good research?

I am not sure if this question fits AI Stack Exchange so feel free to delete it in case it doesn't. Recently I found out about somewhat famous Eliezer Yudkowsky and Machine Intelligence Research ...
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Perfect play in information incomplete games

As titled, is there such thing as perfect play (or at least "perfectly optimal") in a game with incomplete information? Or at least a proof as to show why there cannot? Naively (and seemingly ...
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What are the likely AI advancements in the next 10 years?

What are the likely AI advancements in the next 5-10 years? I first want to specify that I have nearly no knowledge about How AI works. I just have interest to know more and more about it. Some ...
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How to select number of hidden layers and number of memory cells in LSTM

As I am learning about LSTMs, but also about neural networks in general, I am trying to find some existing research on how to select the number of hidden layers and the size of these. Is there an ...
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Will computers be able to understand user emotions? How far are we?

My research is in the field of the Affective Computing, particularly I'm studying the part of emotion recognition which is, indeed recognising the emotions that are being felt by the user/subject. ...
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Recommendations for research: Influential NLP projects of the last 5 years

I'm looking at the history of NLP (and by extension, machine learning) and starting in the 1950s with the Georgetown–IBM experiment. Are there any particular studies nor projects done with Natural ...
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Are all breakthroughs in AI and machine learning are due to increase in computational resources?

I have read that all the math responsible for modern day machine learning and AI was already in place in 1900s but we did not have computational resources to implement those algorithms. So, is that ...
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Does this “flavor” of AI have a name?

In order to build a Scientific Reference Parser, I am contemplating a kind of "AI" system, and would like to know if something similar is already an established "design pattern" in AI research. The ...
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What research has been done in the domain of “General game playing”?

I have come across this domain via this Wikipedia article: General game playing So, where are we when it comes to general game playing AI? (The wiki article doesn't mention the recent advances and ...
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Does it exist a human-like or overintelligent AI?

Does it exist a human-like or overintelligent AI? Human-like I define as something that can act as a human in most aspects. For example, is it "common knowledge" that there actually exists an ...
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Can silicon based computers create A.I. per definition?

Can silicon based computers create A.I. per definition of what intelligence is? Or does silicon based computers only create human mimic? If silicon based computers only create human mimic, are human ...