Grand Challenges and Competitions
NEW: HeroX Cognitive Computing Challenge. HeroX, a spin-off of XPRIZE, a leading organization solving the world’s grand challenges by managing large-scale, incentive prize competitions, has recently launched the Cognitive Computing Challenge – a $200,000 USD incentive prize to build a cognitive system that can read a document, then accurately load a database with what it finds. Essentially, to teach a computer to mimic the human brain.
The New Yorker: “What Comes After the Turing Test?“, Gary Marcus
AI magazine: “Foundations and Grand Challenges of Artificial Intelligence“, Raj Reddy
AI Topics: “Grand Challenge Problems”
New York Times: “Computer Eyesight Gets a Lot More Accurate“, John Markoff
Allen Institute Structured Science
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Competitions and prizes in artificial intelligence Wikipedia
TREC Text REtreval Conference, NIST and DoD