GoodAI has teamed up with 7 other academic and industrial institutions across Europe for the "Intelligent Verification for Extended Reality" (iv4XR) project that was awarded over €3.5 million by the EU Horizon 2020.
In this post we outline some of the highlights of the conference, in particular from the point of view of research that relates to research on our Badger architecture or is relevant to our present endeavors.
The idea that mass extinctions allow many new types of species to evolve is a central concept in evolution, but a new study using artificial intelligence to examine the fossil record finds this is rarely true.
GoodAI are part of The VeriDream project, an international consortium of six organizations across Europe, that has been awarded €2 million by the European Innovation Council to carry out a research and innovation strategy.
Artificial intelligence (AI) research and development company, GoodAI, has awarded a grant to Tomáš Mikolov from the Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics CTU to study how novel behaviors arise in AI.
AI agents often operate in partially observable environments, where only part of the environment state is visible at any given time. An agent in such an environment needs memory to compute effective actions from the history of its actions.
Last week GoodAI organized the first Meta-Learning & Multi-Agent Learning Workshop which throughout the week saw over 60 participants from across the world take part including speakers from Google Brain, DeepMind, OpenAI, University of Oxford, Stanford University and MIT.