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How Machine Learning Will Change Augmented Reality 101

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the i-can't-even-people-learn dept.
An anonymous reader writes "Augmented reality is already adding digital information to the world around us — but the next step to making it truly useful will be when it starts to use elements of machine learning to understand the real world, Mike Lynch, boss of machine learning software specialist Autonomy told — also explaining machine learnings links with the theorems devised by 18th century cleric Thomas Bayes."
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How Machine Learning Will Change Augmented Reality

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  • Re:Still the future? (Score:3, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Tuesday February 08, 2011 @05:48PM (#35143398)

    "current state of it is pathetic"
    AI beats humans at chess and jeopardy. It solves difficult puzzles much quicker than you or I could. Maybe it's "pathetic" compared to what you would like it to be, but it's far from pathetic.

    "there is no significant research going on"
    Please do the tiniest bit of research before posting garbage like this. Again though, you include another relative term like "significant" to cover yourself.

    Lame post.

  • Re:Still the future? (Score:4, Informative)

    by Skarecrow77 (1714214) on Tuesday February 08, 2011 @05:49PM (#35143404)

    That's because John Conner has come back from the future and saved us at the last possible moment from significant breakthroughs in AI research no less than 17 times now, you ingrate!

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