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Socoder -> Off Topic -> The Robots Are Not Attacking (Yet)

Posted : Tuesday, 26 June 2018, 13:03
Dabz
No escape: Linkage

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Intel Core i5 6400 2.7GHz, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 (8GB), 8Gig DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, 1TB HDD, Windows 10 64bit
Posted : Tuesday, 26 June 2018, 13:03
Dan
Maybe, if you wear this:

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Emu.zone
Posted : Tuesday, 26 June 2018, 21:40
Pakz
Not so many years from now(I hope) machines will be able to solve complex problems much like a calculator can solve a complex calculation.

Those neural networks systems do have taken off but the power of computers still is not really good yet. I watched a video where they said that for a computer to be at the same level of the human brain would require the energy of a nuclear power plant.

There was news yesterday that they had a computer player for Dota? I believe that could beat human players with more simplified game rules. They needed to train it on more than a hundred thousand cpu's iirc.

I have been letting a couple of my laptops work for stanfords folding at home project for a couple of days every month for 8 months now. Still going at the same project all that time. This stanford network is one of the most powerfull in the world.

Progress is still slow I think.

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Myself I tried to do a brute force pathfinding algorithm and with more then 6 steps deep it struggles on my 7th gen i5.