Maluuba datasets for machine literacy
Maluuba's sophisticated human-generated datasets are freely available to the Artificial Intelligence research community. Learn more about their design and development, read the related papers and access the datasets.
Towards AGI: Creating curious machines
Our new paper and video outline a suite of tasks that teach artificial agents to accomplish tasks through efficient information-seeking behaviour. Such behaviour is a vital research step towards Artificial General Intelligence.
"We're solving fundamental challenges in deep learning and natural language to power a new era of artificial intelligence."
- Kaheer Suleman, CTO and Co Founder.
With several patents, fifteen peer-reviewed papers – and more coming in 2017 - we combine advanced research with industry to further enhance our AI Platform. We seek to motivate and support the AI research community by sharing datasets and regularly attending leading events such as NIPS, ICML and ACL. Oh, we're hiring too!
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Improving Scalability of Reinforcement Learning by Separation of Concerns
In this paper, we propose a framework for solving a single-agent task by using multiple agents, each focusing on different aspects of the task.
Our focus and approach
Machine reading comprehension aims at teaching artificial agents to read and understand natural language.
Almost all human knowledge can be distilled from stored text. From stone tablets to printed books to the internet, we write our ideas down. A machine capable of assimilating this information would be incredibly useful. A truly literate machine could answer users' questions about arbitrary subjects in open domains like an oracle -- and wouldn't need an engineer to feed it all useful information in advance (an impossible task, anyhow). A machine that reads on its own could incorporate dynamic information in real time from the world around it.
Advanced Conversational Systems
Without effective natural-language interaction, the benefits of literate machines will be largely inaccessible to most users. Building a conversational agent involves solving many problems, from understanding natural language and decision making to generating natural language. Our goal is to build systems which are knowledgeable and that can exchange information with users to help users accomplish tasks or gain knowledge.
An intelligent machine should be able to make decisions and learn from environmental feedback similar to humans. In contrast to supervised learning the agent does not require examples of correct or incorrect behaviour in reinforcement learning. Instead, it can improve its behaviour by itself by interacting with the environment and observing the rewards it gets for its actions. At Maluuba, we do fundamental research in scalability of Reinforcement Learning to allow machines to perform complex tasks in the real world.