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Google's video recognition AI is trivially trollable

Charlie Clark Silver badge

I remember watching an old Horizon on neural networks about this. However, since then the technology has, and our understanding of it, has involved significantly. Not that it's infallible, as this article demonstrates only too well, but whether it can be used in situations and perform at least as well as humans for the same task. This is already the case with still image recognition: video is considerably harder but correctly identifying the brand of the car in the "blipvert" is pretty impressive and, incidentally, tells us a lot about the training data that has been used: Google is going to make more money from brands than tigers…

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