A System for Accessible Artificial Intelligence

@article{Olson2017ASF,
  title={A System for Accessible Artificial Intelligence},
  author={Randal S. Olson and Moshe Sipper and W. L. Cava and Sharon Tartarone and Steve Vitale and Weixuan Fu and John H. Holmes and Jason H. Moore},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2017},
  volume={abs/1705.00594}
}
While artificial intelligence (AI) has become widespread, many commercial AI systems are not yet accessible to individual researchers nor the general public due to the deep knowledge of the systems required to use them. We believe that AI has matured to the point where it should be an accessible technology for everyone. We present an ongoing project whose ultimate goal is to deliver an open source, user-friendly AI system that is specialized for machine learning analysis of complex data in the… 

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