The “dreams” of Google’s AI are equal parts amazing and disturbing

“Google’s image recognition software, which can detect, analyze, and even auto-caption images, uses artificial neural networks to simulate the human brain. In a process they’re calling “inceptionism,” Google engineers sought out to see what these artificial networks “dream” of—what, if anything, do they see in a nondescript image of clouds, for instance? What does a fake brain that’s trained to detect images of dogs see when it’s shown a picture of a knight?” For more about this phenomenon, here’s an interesting article by Adam Epstein for Quartz:
http://qz.com/432678/the-dreams-of-googles-ai-are-equal-parts-amazing-and-disturbing/

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