“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke JAX 2019 is barely over, but Christoph is already on the podium for the next talk. At the symposium of the BLG (Federal Association of Industrial Photographic Laboratories), his lecture will cover “AI and Magic – How does Artificial Intelligence work? Christoph will […]
JAX 2019 is approaching and once again Christoph is contributing two sessions. This year he’s focussing on Neural Networks and explains how to use TensorFlow-Training while working with JVM. The first session on May 7th will focus on the benefits of TensorFlow while working with JVM. Although powerful and comprehensiveL frameworks exist for JVM (DL4J, […]
After shedding some light onto Symbolic AI in the previous article, we’re now moving on to take a closer look at Machine Learning (ML). When it comes to Symbolic AI, breaking down a problem as minutely as possible is key for successfully solving it. Only this enables the computer to correctly access the “learned” answers […]
Reading time approx. 10 minutes: In the previous article we added two distinctions to our initial definition of AI: On the one hand we distinguish between strong and weak AI (Terminator & Science Fiction vs. the scientific status quo). Also we pointed out the difference between symbolic AI and Machine Learning. Let’s remember: Symbolic AI attempts […]
Reading time approx. 10 minutes: Artificial Intelligence (AI) is as old as computer science itself. Calculations, logical deductions, complex assignments… all this was once restricted to humans, until computers came forth. Even the performance of the early and (from today’s perspective) primitive computing systems seemed to imitate the human mind and it’s accomplishments. No wonder Alan […]
Reading time approx. 10 minutes: From household help to doomsday scenario – there’s hardly a topic where public perception, state of research and reality seem so incongruent as with artificial intelligence. Reason enough to shed some light onto this subject with a series of articles. The aim is to explain in a comprehensible and approachable […]
Christoph will hold a DL4J workshop at the ML Summit on October 1st in Berlin.