DeepMind’s differentiable neural computer helps you navigate the subway with its memory

A web of dots connected by lines against a black background In his best selling 2011 book Thinking Fast and Slow, Nobel Prize winning economist Daniel Kahneman hypothesized that thinking could be broken down into two distinct processes —aptly named fast and slow thought. The former is all about your gut, the initial automatic responses you have to things while the later is calculated, reflective, and time consuming. A new algorithm from… Read More

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