I am going to win this competition.
Suck it, NEETs
This year, Mark Zuckerberg wants to be more like Tony Stark. In a Facebook post Sunday, the social network’s founder and chief executive said his personal challenge for 2016 is to build an assistant powered by artificial intelligence to help him at home and work. “You can think of it kind of like Jarvis in Iron Man,” Mr. Zuckerberg wrote, referring to the AI assistant used by Mr. Stark, the movie’s fictional main character played by actor Robert Downey Jr. Mr. Zuckerberg said he would code the AI assistant himself and start by exploring pre-existing technologies. He will train his virtual assistant to understand his voice so he can control various functions in his home. “I’ll teach it to let friends in by looking at their faces when they ring the doorbell,” Mr. Zuckerberg wrote. “I’ll teach it to let me know if anything is going on in Max’s room that I need to check on when I’m not with her. On the work side, it’ll help me visualize data in VR to help me build better services and lead my organizations more effectively.”
>Is he writing it or is he having some contest for other people to write it?
He's writing it. I do agree that it's laughable that he thinks he can just teach himself neural networks in a matter of days. We'll see.
His challenges are laughably easy though
>Open door when friends recognised at gate
Easy, project oxford their faces. Boom
>Turn lights and shit on/off at command
Wow what is IoT, again all done through project oxford
>Recognise when his little girl needs help
Admittedly this is a little more interesting, but I'm certain I could come up with something
Im considering just shelling out a few thousand for ads about how fucking easy this stupid shit is and beat him to the mark and get free press
> neural networks in a matter of days
I don't see why that's not possible. My AI class only spent about 2 lectures on neural networks before we had to implement it to classify plants.
Standard neural networks aren't difficult to learn. It's more about making them suitable for the training data you're trying to give them. I'd say convolutional networks are more likely to be used though.
True, i was thinking that and detection of large amounts of motion. Problem is there's little distinction between a scream when the kid is having fun and a scream when they're note.
But I guess for a baby this would be irrelevant? Pretty much any sound they make is just crying.
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No, I mean depriving kikes of power.
Suckerberg bans permanently people for having anti-immigrant thoughts about Europe, not mentioning banning for insulting mudlimes and kikes (and ignoring all insults to christians and others). This piece of shit deserves being cucked.
Easy hack to get into his home:
Print out a face of him and/or his friends, create a mask and now you have access.
This 'realizing that something is wrong with somebody' thing is pretty complicated and actually has some ongoing scientific research.
Some things may be easy to recognize, but others may be more complicated than he expects it to be.
I don't think it's impossible though. There are solutions to a lot of problems already after all, and what he will probably do is put them together in a working assistant.
There will be a lot of difficulties still in that.
It's a private business, they can do whatever they want.
Blame the retarded cunt consumers who use a shitty service that spies on them and tracks all their moves (and also ran by a racemixing kike).
hahaahhaahha, check out the leaked documents by snowden. Facebook is collaborating with NSA in exchange for tax relief
not mentioning the official US govt documents.
Actually all you have to do is shoot a little laser (no...not a painful one) into the eye and see if it reacts to it (there would be at least a little bit of movement). That's how you defeat the "printed face" thing. Of course then...you've just made an aiming mechanism that could be used in a turret of some sort (a precursor to bad times).
>I am going to win this competition.
>I do agree that it's laughable that he thinks he can just teach himself neural networks in a matter of days
Its really not that complicated if you already know calculus. I thought myself in like two weeks with nothing to help me but the internet.