IBM AI beats Microsoft's image recognition record

Carly Page
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IBM AI beats Microsoft's image recognition record

IBM's trained AI model achieved 33.8 per cent accuracy, beating the previous record of 29.8 per cent set by Microsoft in October 2014

IBM has claims to have beaten Microsoft's record for AI-based image recognition accuracy by developing distributed deep learning (DDL) software that can accurately identify images more than one-thi...

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