Good article by Roger Parloff published last week on Fortune online: “Over the past four years, readers have doubtlessly noticed quantum leaps in the quality of a wide range of everyday technologies. Most obviously, the speech-recognition functions on our smartphones work much better than they
Posts Tagged ‘deep learning‘
End of June, Alex Hern published his experience on testing machine learning himself in post on The Guardian online. Amongst other, he wrote: “The world is quietly being reshaped by machine learning. We no longer need to teach computers how to perform complex tasks like image
Published by Cecilia Tilli on Slate recently, and sub-titled: “The Threats That Artificial Intelligence Researchers Actually Worry About“. A quote below: “As interactions with machines increase in our daily life, we will need to learn to imbed them with values that are aligned with ours.
“AI as Service”: watch this Keynote on Architecting Intelligence by The Futures Agency’s CEO and Futurist Speaker Gerd Leonhard at Envestnet AI Conference 2015 in Trivandrum India. Exclusively for Software Architects, the Conference on Architecting Intelligence was conceived and designed by the Envestnet team headed
Very insightful article by Jason Baldridge on the topic of “What We Teach Machines“. “Humans are biased, and the biases we encode into machines are then scaled and automated”, “we need to have an uncomfortable discussion about what we teach machines and how we use the
Must read article on MIT Technology Review on Yann LeCun’s quest to improve Deep Learning at Facebook. LeCun guesses that virtual helpers with a mastery of language unprecedented for software will be available in just two to five years. He expects that anyone who doubts deep
Spotify recently introduced Discover Weekly: the best-ever recommendations delivered to users as a weekly mixtape of fresh music. The streaming service will create weekly, personalized playlists based on people’s individual listening patterns. This is a major improvement in the recommendations offered to you by Spotify – something
Shortly after unveiling its updates to build bigger and faster neural nets, now Nvidia explains in a blog post how it helped Flickr build its “Magic View” auto-tagging feature that can sort through all of the 11 billion images on its servers.