Google creates artificial intelligence
Google is developing a project related to artificial intelligence that will create "next-generation" neural networks capable of remembering "thousands and millions of different tasks. The project is called Pathways. The idea is to train future artificial intelligence systems at once a set of skills, which it could use and combine in order to independently learn how to perform new tasks. Google also points out that Pathways will allow the implementation of multimodal models that will be able to process and understand incoming visual, acoustic and language data - all at the same time. Another problem Pathways will have to help with is that today's machine learning models involve all of the network's neural nodes, no matter how simple or complex the task. Google believes that it is possible to achieve "sparse" activation, that is, to direct new tasks only to individual arrays of neural nodes. This approach is also much less energy-consuming.