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Facebook wants to teach you all about how AI works

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Pay attention, everyone: Facebook is trying to teach you something. 

Since you probably let the social network distract you from just about every other educational opportunity that comes your way, you should at least learn a bit now.  

It’s all about artificial intelligence. The already pervasive tech, according to a Facebook blog post, “remains mysterious” for most people even as they use AI systems every day.  

The post was co-authored by Yann LeCun, head of Facebook’s AI Research, and Joaquin Quiñonero Candela, who leads its Applied Machine Learning research division.   Read more…

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