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Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Google PAIR Initiative To Help Humans Understand Machines | Email Insider

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"Google has launched a research initiative to help humans better understand artificial intelligence (AI), as search continues to rely heavily on machine learning and similar technologies" says Laurie Sullivan, writer and editor for MediaPost. 

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The initiative is called PAIR; it stands for “People + AI Research.”

PAIR will focus on the relationship between people and technology, new applications it enables, and how to make it comprehensive for all. "The goal isn’t just to publish research; we’re also releasing open source tools for researchers and other experts to use," Martin Wattenberg, senior research scientist at Google Brain, wrote in a blog post.

Google will divide the research into three areas: engineers and researchers, domain experts, and everyday users.

The research geared toward everyday users aims to open a new world to consumers, so they can look at technology differently.

Wattenberg admits, Google doesn’t have all the answers. And many times, AI will get the answers wrong...

Google provides a link allowing those interested to try the platform.
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