"Intel researchers have released open source software that is
meant to help developers create computers that can 'learn' from
their experience, using data to proactively improve accuracy and
ease of use. The announcement came at the opening of the Neural
Information Processing Systems Conference (NIPS2003) earlier this
"Intel says its Probabilistic Networks Library (PNL) software
and Open Source Machine Learning Library (OpenML) will enable
researchers to develop machine learning applications that can
estimate the likelihood that something will happen by calculating
how often it occurred in the past. According to Intel, the software
can be used to enhance a wide variety of interactive and industrial
computer applications--everything from combing through huge
databases of gene studies, to spotting promising proteins for new
drugs, to email systems that model a person's behavior to decide
how best to manage newly arriving messages on its own..."
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