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Nomeneiste
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Posted - Sep 29 2009 :  08:04:43  Show Profile  Click to see Nomeneiste's MSN Messenger address  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by laackejim


I would be tickled to share anything I have learned or am doing with you.


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Yes, I do believe that this is doable. If you are ever interested I will be happy to explain to you how I came to understand the concepts from which all this is derived. It has to do with a goshawk and a biologist who couldn't explain what he knew.

Jim



Good morning, Sir.

Can you please to me in the forum, IM, or email how you came to understand the concepts?

Thanks!
Brandon

- The answer is oorple.
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vrossi
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Italy
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Posted - Nov 12 2015 :  18:59:57  Show Profile  Visit vrossi's Homepage
After 10 years from the first post, I resurrect this topic, because it seems that many ideas we had discussed here (and we weren't unfortunately able to take to a prototype stage, at least) have now been incorporated in development environments released by big names, including Microsoft and Google.

http://www.popsci.com/microsoft-makes-ai-easier

Microsoft mainly hyped its Emotion API, which uses machine learning to recognize eight states of emotion (anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, neutral, sadness, or surprise), based on facial expressions.







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