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According to the definition of the homonymous book by Ian Goodfellow (2014), Deep Last Database Learning seeks « to solve tasks that are easy for a human to perform but difficult to describe formally ». For example, recognize an image. The development of computing went in Last Database the opposite direction: as early as 1997, the IBM Deep Blue computermanaged to beat the best living chess player in the world. But much more recent is the ability of computers to interpret a state of Last Database mind, distinguish a dog from a cat or directly "speak", tasks that any wild human being can perform without specific training.
The irony is locked into some captcha : "Prove you are a Last Database human by identifying this semaphore." What a great skill, human lord. Congratulations. Ian Goodfellow Last Database had already caused a stir among his colleagues with his book when that same year he devised the invention that placed him in the global pantheon of the fundamental minds of Last Database artificial intelligence: generative adversarial networks (GANs, for its acronym in English), a algorithmic model that made possible, among other things, the appearance of deepfakes . The current director of machine learning at Apple and former principal investigator at Google Brain