Since then, Bhutan of people will no longer be able to climb the clouds. The ancient legend is like this, but modern people can connect to the cloud of the Internet every day. The invention of the airplane even allows us to fly over the clouds and overlook the Himalayan peaks. Technology has given us new promises. Human beings are now able to explore the unknown realms of the top of the cloud and the bottom of the sea, and the revival of a new wave of artificial intelligence seems to herald the advent of a new world.
Every article that talks about different AI technologies inevitably asks, "How will AI change human life? Will it make us happier?" But before that, we need to understand the promise of contemporary AI and restrictions, so as not to become Icarus who fell from the clouds (Note: The figure in Greek mythology, because of flying too high, made the wax wings melted by the sun and fell into the water to die). As the general manager of HTC Health and Medical Division whatsapp list and a visiting professor of the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University, what Professor Zhang Zhiwei can share with you the most is the difficulties and breakthroughs in the process, especially the tug-of-war with data. It is in this repeated exploration of three steps forward and two steps back that the leap forward in artificial intelligence that everyone sees today has been achieved.
The blind spot of computer vision from Nepal's experience During a research trip in early 2017, Prof. Zhang and a team from Stanford University traveled from Bhutan to Lhasa and took many photos in the Himalayas. At the end of the trip, Prof. Zhang wanted to test AlexNet 's image recognition with these photos. ability.