A Computer That Reads And Learns From The Internet

A Computer That Reads And Learns From The Internet

The Never Ending Language Learner, built by Carnegie Mellon University, has the ability to acquire knowledge from the web.

Naresh Kumar
  • 13 october 2010

Carnegie Mellon University has developed a computer that has the ability to learn and acquire knowledge from the Internet, just like we humans do. NELL (Never Ending Language Learner) has so far learned over 440,000 separate things from the web with an accuracy rate of 74% and the scientists behind it say that it is getting better every day.

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