Document search engines will be able to think and reason like people, argues AI expert

Danny Palmer
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By turning sentences into vectors, computers will be able to learn meaning for themselves, Professor Geoffrey Hinton tells The Royal Society

Machine learning is going to be very important for the future of document processing to such an extent that eventually computers and search algorithms like Google's could be able to "think like peo...

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