Tag Archive for DARPA

4 Open Source Machine Learning Projects

Serdar Yegulalp of InfoWorld recently wrote, “Over the last year, as part of the new enterprise services that IBM has been pushing on its reinvention, Watson has become less of a “Jeopardy”-winning gimmick and more of a tool.”

DARPA Launches Program to Develop Advanced Search Tech

Liat Clark of Wired UK reports, “The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has launched a programme aimed at developing the next generation of task-orientated search engines that will help index and organise ‘mission-critical publically available information’ on the web and deep web.”

Calendars Get Smart With Tempo.AI

SRI International, which spearheaded the CALO (Cognitive Agent That Learns and Organizes) intelligent assistant for DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), has had more than one semantic project up its sleeve. One of them was Tempo.AI, which was spun off by SRI at the end of 2011. Earlier this year, the smart calendar app for…

DARPA Wants To Develop Machines That Mimic The Cerebral Neocortex

A report from Meghan Neal at Motherboard discusses the work underway at DARPA to develop a machine that can think on its feed, reasoning and problem-solving on the fly, without human intervention. This intelligent real-time computing machine will “focus on mimicking the cerebral neocortex—the part of the brain that’s crucial for things like memory, perception,…

Big Data Startup Ayasdi Launches; Machine Learning Platform Combines Computer Science And Topological Data Analysis

This week a new Big Data startup company launched, Ayasdi, co-founded by Stanford mathematics professor Gunner Carlsson and based on his DARPA-funded research in the area of applied topology, with $10+million in Series A funding led by Khosla Ventures and Floodgate. The technology, dubbed the Insight Discovery platform, is explained to be the “first machine…