Geeks Squawk Ep 319
Jeff Sandhu | Matt Armitage
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On this episode, the geeks talk about Google's AI subsidiary DeepMind has unveiled the laterst version of its Go-playing software, AlphaGo Zero,dyslexia claimed to be caused by light receptors cell arranged in matching patterns,Snapchat is selling the hot dog costume for $80, a futuristic family car that not only uses the sun as power but supplies energy back to the grid. Plus, The King Of The Crowd for this edition is The Glow Company's new cloak which glows that makes children face their fears of being in the dark.
0.26 - DeepMind’s Go-playing AI Doesn’t Need Human Help To Beat Us Anymore
6.34 - Dyslexia: Scientists Claim Cause Of Condition May Lie In The Eyes
10.12 - KOTC: Force Field Cloak: Fear Of The Dark Defeated
13.22 - Snap Is Selling An $80 Dancing Hot Dog Costume
16.30 - 'This Is The Future': Solar-powered Family Car Hailed By Experts
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Tags: Enterprise, Tech Talk, Google, Go-playing software, AlphaGo Zero, DeepMind, Dyslexia, The Glow Company, Terry Sachetti, Aaron Bible, Force Field Cloak, Glow in the dark, Snapchat, Hot dog costume, Annual Solar Race, Australia, Futuristic Family Car, World Solar Challenge