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mwolfam writes "The visual singularity, the point when computers can analyze imagery as well as humans, is rapidly approaching. Niche computer vision algorithms like face detection are already ubiquitous, but breakthroughs by Google and others in large category image sets show that we are starting to get to the point where exponential growth will enable technology currently relegated to science fiction as computers begin to ape human vision. "So, Siri, drive me to work while I finish watching the last twenty minutes of Terminator.""
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