This is the first technical post in our new AI Research Lab publication where we will be chronicling the work of SingularityNET’s AI Team. The SingularityNET Research Lab will give you insider access to the most exciting AI initiatives we have under development. When launched, these services will only be available through the SingularityNET platform.
Bridging the Gap: Allowing AI Services to Comprehend & Interact in Human Language
For many AI services, it is critical to be able to comprehend human language and even converse in it with human users. So far, advances in natural language processing (NLP) powered with “sub-symbolic” machine learning based on deep neural networks allows us to solve multiple tasks like machine translation, classification, and emotion recognition.
However, using these approaches requires enormous amount of training. Additionally, there are increasing legal restrictions in particular applications due to recent regulations, making current solutions unviable.
The ultimate goal for these industry initiatives is to allow humans and AI to interact fluently in a common language.
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