In the News
Researchers borrowed equations from calculus to redesign the core machinery of deep learning so it can model continuous processes like changes in health.
Coding together at the same computer, Jeff Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat changed the course of the company—and the Internet.
It navigates interruptions and other tricky features of human conversation to field millions of requests a day.
Also in the news…
- DeepMind has announced AlphaFold: an AI to predict the 3D structure of a protein based solely on its genetic sequence. More
- Waymo is introducing the Waymo One, a fully self-driving service in the Phoenix Metro area. More
Community-driven site listing recent and interesting papers to help you review the state-of-the-art in NLP, computer vision, game playing, program synthesis etc.
Long and detailed report on A.I. research activity, industry activity and technical performance for 2018.
Details on Instacart’s model to continuously monitor and predict the availability of 200 million grocery items.
Software tools & code
“Facebook decided to open-source the platform that they created to solve end-to-end Reinforcement Learning problems at the scale they are working on. So of course I just had to try this 😉 Let’s go through this together on how they installed it and what you should do to get this working yourself.”
Like Random Forest, Gradient Boosting is another technique for performing supervised machine learning tasks, like classification and regression.
Amazon is upping its efforts to build its own CPUs, in particular what it calls the Inferentia, a chip specifically designed for ML inference.
Some reflections on an accidental Twitterstorm, the future of AI and deep learning, and what happens when you confuse a schoolbus with a snow plow.
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