Artificial Intelligence Weekly – Artificial Intelligence News #80 – Jul 12th 2018


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In the News

High-skilled white-collar work? Machines can do that, too

Tales of companies that have successfully used algorithmic solutions to perform design or purchasing tasks in the fashion industry

The rise of 'pseudo-AI': how tech firms quietly use humans to do bots' work

Using what one expert calls a ‘Wizard of Oz technique’, some companies keep their reliance on humans a secret from investors

Inside China’s dystopian dreams

A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras


Lyft — from shallow to deep learning in fraud

A research scientist in Lyft’s Fraud Team shares his journey improving fraud detection services. Namely how they progressively moved from a simple logistic regression to more complex approaches, along with hurdles and challenges they faced.

Reinforcement learning’s foundational flaw

Reinforcement Learning (RL) has been used to achieve tremendous results such as AlphaGo, but still has its drawbacks and flaws. Here’s a different look at RL.

Overview of national AI strategies

Following Canada’s lead, many countries have come up with a national “AI strategy”. Here is a great overview country by country.

Given a satellite image, ML creates the view on the ground

Geographers could use the technique to determine how land is used.

Software tools & code

Glow: Better Reversible Generative Models

Reversible generative model which uses invertible 1×1 convolutions. It can generate realistic high resolution images, supports efficient sampling, and discovers features that can be used to manipulate attributes of data.

NLP's ImageNet moment has arrived

What Image Classifiers can do about unknown objects


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