According to a new report by The New York Times, computer hackers and computer enthusiasts who invented computers are more prolific than their computer scientists.
The report, entitled “Alienware: The People, the Computer, and the Future,” claims that the software giant has developed a new product that “allows anyone to build their own computer.”
It adds that “the software-maker’s proprietary hardware and software make it easy to design, build, and control computers.”
The company has yet to release details about the product.
The Times says that the researchers used a technique called deep learning to analyze data from over 100,000 photos of people’s faces and determine which faces were the most “invented.”
The researchers also used machine learning to identify faces with a “unique feature” that they dubbed “the eye” that had been painted in the image.
The researchers then took that feature and “brought it to life with artificial intelligence,” The Times reports.
The software maker is reportedly working on “a new computer with artificial eyes that can recognize and recognize the eyes of anyone in the world,” The paper adds.
“We have built a computer that is the ultimate version of a human, with artificial brains that can think like a human,” founder Rony Abovitz said.
“This is going to be a revolutionary new computer.
We will be the first to do it.”
Abovitch has said that his goal is to “build a billion computers by the year 2050,” according to the Times.
“I have never seen anything so important,” Abovitzer told Bloomberg.
“A billion computers will revolutionize everything.”
The technology, according to The Times, “could allow people to build a trillion-dollar company.”