In July 10th, Samsung announced that AI, developed by Samsung research company, ranked first in the world's two largest artificial intelligence machine reading comprehension competition. One is Microsoft's MS MARCO competition, the second is University of Washington's TriviaQA.
With the fierce competition in the development of global AI technology, MS MARCO and other machine reading and understanding competitions are booming all over the world. MS MARCO and TriviaQA, as well as the Stanford University group and DeepMind's NarrativeQA, are all active participants in the machine reading comprehension competition. Outstanding universities around the world and global artificial Intelligent Company, including Samsung, are addressing these challenges.
For example, in MS MARCO, there are 10 Web documents for specific queries, allowing AI algorithm to create an optimal answer. The query is randomly selected from the one million queries of the Bing user. Statistical estimation is conducted by estimating the proximity of answers to human answers. This is a test to solve practical problems by using AI algorithm.
Competition is widely used in the field of computer vision (the technology of analyzing characters and images) and the field of visual Q & A to solve the problem of using recognized role images and machine reading comprehension. The Beijing branch of Samsung research won the International Conference on document analysis and recognition (ICDAR) sponsored by the IAPR in March, making it the top enterprise in global computer vision testing.