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Artificial Reproductive Code

How Algorithms Will Mimic DNA

The algorithm decided to encode the details into the street map as an invisible watermark.

When you use a maps app, you can generally switch between a satellite or aerial view of a region and its street map. Drawing a street map from an aerial view is not only a laborious task but also a futile one because of the regular changes to our road infrastructure. So, Google commissioned a Stanford research team to teach a machine learning algorithm to transform…

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Marcus van der Erve

Marcus van der Erve

Sociologist (PhD), Physicist (B.Eng), Futurist

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