Artificial intelligence made from a sheet of glass can recognize numbers just by looking
from New Scientist
It’s the smartest piece of glass in the world. Zongfu Yu at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and his colleagues have created a glass artificial intelligence that uses light to recognise and distinguish between images. What’s more, the glass AI doesn’t need to be powered to operate. The proof-of-principle glass AI that Yu’s team created can distinguish between handwritten single digit numbers. It can also recognize, in real time, when a number it is presented with changes – for instance, when a three is altered to an eight.
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