Weekly Review 25 July 2020

Below are some of the interesting links I Tweeted about recently.

  1. Why you shouldn’t use the term “quantum neural network”:
  2. The annual IEEE list of top ten programming languages is out:
  3. Moving Reinforcement Learning off of high-end servers:
  4. Overview of Recurrent Neural Networks:
  5. Perturbing photos to defeat facial recognition:
  6. A Q&A overview of recommender systems:
  7. The legal problems New Zealand is facing with AI in medicine:
  8. So Facebook is finally looking for racial bias in its AI:
  9. Unsurprisingly, the pandemic has accelerated the adoption of technology, including chatbots:

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