Vicarious is joining the team at Intrinsic, a robotics software and AI company at Alphabet. Learn more about Intrinsic and our shared mission at intrinsic.ai.
GreyOrange, a global leader in AI-enabled software and robotics for fulfillment automation, today announced a partnership with Vicarious, an AI robotic integrator that automates tasks too versatile and complex to be handled by traditional, hard-coded automation systems.
Published by GlobeNewswire
Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Mark Benioff and Mark Zuckerberg all have something in common other than being billionaires. They all invest in a company called Vicarious, which is taking robotics to a higher, yet more democratic, level.
Published by PYMNTS
Vicarious, a secretive 10-year-old startup backed by Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, and Jeff Bezos, reveals its progress and an initial customer.
Published by Wired
Vicarious co-founder Scott Phoenix on innovating in AI & the race to unlock the human brain to create artificial general intelligence, the last tech humans will invent.
Published by This Week in Startups
Using an artificial intelligence technique inspired by theories about how the brain recognizes patterns, technology companies are reporting startling gains in fields as diverse as computer vision, speech recognition and the identification of promising new molecules for designing drugs.
Published by New York Times
When an IBM Computer program called Deep Blue defeated Garry Kasparov at chess in 1997, wise folks opined that since chess was just a game of logic, this was neither significant nor surprising.
Published by WSJ
The start-up Vicarious claims it has come up with artificial intelligence (AI) software that reads images nearly as well as humans and can crack a CAPTCHA 90 percent of the time.
Published by Scientific American
But more exciting, this might be a major breakthrough in computer science.
Published by Science
Can machines think? Not yet. But there is one at least partial test: the CAPTCHA, or “Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart”.
Published by Forbes
A US-based start-up claims to have broken security tests used to tell humans and computers apart online. Vicarious said it had developed technology, based on the human brain, which could solve text-based Captcha test 90% of the time.
Published by BBC
A Turing test in reverse. Interview with Thomas Hannagan, a cognitive scientist at the French National Center for Scientific Research and Aix-Marseille University.
Vicarious was founded by Mr. Phoenix and Dileep George, a Stanford Ph.D. graduate who studied hierarchical models of the brain. Their premise was to focus on the sensory aspect of the brain, particularly vision’s critical role in the early stages of human development.
Vicarious, a San Francisco-based company that developed technology to solve Captcha queries last fall, just raised a big new $40 million round from investors including Joe Lonsdale’s Formation 8, Mark Zuckerberg, Vinod Khosla, and Peter Thiel.
Published by TechCrunch
Interviewed by Melissa Lee on CNBC’s Fast Money.
Published by CNBC
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Yahoo co-founder Jerry Yang, Skype co-founder Janus Friis and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff to give Vicarious an additional shot of capital in its Series B round.
Published by Techcrunch
An AI with something resembling brain memory would be able to discern the highlights of what it sees and use the information to shape its understanding of things over time.
Published by Bloomberg
The full list of recognized Technology Pioneers can be found here.
Published by World Economic Forum
Artificial intelligence can already do remarkable things – but it could do much more if it could perceive, learn and think like a human.
Vicarious’s partnerships with companies such as ABB, Samsung, and Wipro are aimed at applying its research into products and learning how to better develop technology.
Interview with Dileep George, Adam Cheyer (fo-founder of Siri) and David Ackley (Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of New Mexico).
Published by Huffington Post
Scott Phoenix and Dileep George discuss what excites them most about the prospect of creating AGI.
Published by Goldman Sachs
Article in The Guardian about one of our investors, Bryan Johnson, and his venture capital firm, The OS Fund.
Published by The Guardian
Opinion piece in the Washington Post by Dileep George on the path towards AGI.
Published by Washington Post
It is very, very unlikely that a robot would ever be smart enough to devise a way to dry the world’s oceans without being smart enough to understand why that would be a problem.
Published by Word Economic Forum
In-depth interview with Vicarious co-founder in Forbes discussing artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship and the future of Vicarious.
Dileep George spoke at EmTech 2016 about common sense and the ability to model the world.
Published by MIT Technology Review
Scott Phoenix, founder of Vicarious, knows that people are scared and skeptical of human-level artificial intelligence. But he’s building it anyway because he believes smart machines could one day solve virtually every problem that humans simply can’t.
Published by Fast Company
Vinod Khosla’s latest investment is part of a $50 million round for Vicarious Inc., a robotics-focused artificial intelligence startup.
Vicarious, which is working on narrowing the gap between human and artificial intelligence, announced today that it has raised $50 million in a round led by Khosla Ventures.
Published by Venture Beat
Can technology and artificial intelligence solve long-standing global problems like disease and hunger? How will technologies fundamentally change humans and concepts like work and jobs?
Published by PBS
We’ve spent years feeding neural nets vast amounts of data, teaching them to think like human brains. They’re crazy-smart, but they have absolutely no common sense. What if we’ve been doing it all wrong?
Published by WIRED
When robots have a conceptual understanding of the world, as humans do, it is easier to teach them things, using far less data.
Published by Harvard Business Review
Dileep George, an artificial intelligence and neuroscience researcher at Vicarious AI in San Francisco, and colleagues have programmed a robot to read and understand visual instruction manuals and build things from them.
Published by Fortune
Robots normally need to be programmed in order to get them to perform a particular task, but they can be coaxed into writing the instructions themselves with the help of machine learning.
Published by The Register
In the quest to build AI that goes beyond today’s single-purpose machines, scientists are developing new tools to help AI remember the right things — and forget the rest.
Published by Axios
Vicarious, a startup developing artificial intelligence software, today announced that its algorithms can now reliably solve modern CAPTCHAs, including Google’s reCAPTCHA, the world’s most widely used test of a machine’s ability to act human.
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