On May 19, I’m going to unveil the Semantic Bank to the The Next Web audience, and wrote a bit about it the other day here.  I thought I would expand a little more on the background to the Semantic Bank by talking in more depth about artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning, which are the building blocks of the Semantic Bank.  There is a difference between machine and deep learning, in that deep learning has been introduced with the objective of moving machine learning closer to its original goals of enabling artificial intelligence. As MIT Review puts it: Deep-learning software attempts to mimic the…

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