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Facebook’s new polyglot AI can translate between 100 languages
Facebook is open-sourcing a new AI language model called M2M-100 that can translate between any pair among 100 languages.
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Companies Are Rushing to Use AI—but Few See a Payoff
Besides the pallet scanning system, AI helps route deliveries, control robots that ferry packages around warehouses, and control an experimental robot arm that picks and sorts parcels.
A radical new technique lets AI learn with practically no data
So instead of telling the machine, ‘This image is the digit 3,’ we say, ‘This image is 60% the digit 3, 30% the digit 8, and 10% the digit 0.’” The limits of LO-shot learning Once the researchers successfully used soft labels to achieve LO-shot learning on MNIST, they began to wonder how far this...
Trailblazing initiative marries ethics, tech
The idea is to weave philosophical concepts and ways of thinking into existing computer science courses so that students learn to ask not simply “Can I build it?” but rather “Should I build it, and if so, how?”
Applied use cases
Translating lost languages using machine learning
However, researchers at MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) recently made a major development in this area: a new system that has been shown to be able to automatically decipher a lost language, without needing advanced knowledge of its relation to other...
“How AI will power the next-gen applications in Connected Industries (CI)”
Hiroshige Seko, the minister of the Economic Trade and Industry (METI) of Japan, defined Connected Industries (CI) as a completely new concept that develops industries to create new added value.
A.I. creativity is improving fast. This hilarious GPT3-generated film is proof
“We thought it was so funny, but also sort of brilliant the way it took the script to such extremes,” Eli Weiss, who produced Solicitors, told Digital Trends.
Expanding the debate about content moderation: scholarly research agendas for the coming policy debates
Content moderation – the detection of, assessment of, and interventions taken on content or behaviour deemed unacceptable by platforms or other information intermediaries, including the rules they impose, the human labour and technologies required, and the institutional mechanisms of adjudication,...
Breaking the Wall between Online and Offline
Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Health, Digitalisation, Education, Engineering, Environment & Nature, Foresight;Future /green cities, Future of Banking, Global Cooperation, Green Tech, Med-Tech, Mobile Health, Mobility & Transportation, New Work, Open Access, Quantum Technologies, Renewable...
47. Robot Rights with David Gunkel
This episode we're chatting with David Gunkel on AI ideologies, why write the Robots Rights book, what are rights and categories of rights, computer ethics and hitch bot, anthropomorphising as a human feature, supporting environmental rights through this endeavour of robot rights, relational ethics,...
Robot stably swings objects into specific poses
“Many methods for enabling robot manipulation involve a camera, but there are a lot of vital nuances that you miss out on if you’re picking up an object based only on vision,” says CSAIL graduate student Shaoxiong Wang, co-lead author...
Boston Dynamics will start selling arms for its robodog Spot next year
Boston Dynamics has reportedly already sold more than 250 of its $75,000 Spot robots since starting commercial sales back in June.
9 Factors That Will Affect Your Cobot Palletizing Deployment
9 factors that will affect your cobot palletizing deployment When designing your cobot palletizing cell, you should only focus your attention on those factors that will affect the operation.
Adversarial images and attacks with Keras and TensorFlow
The final Python script will perform an adversarial attack and construct an adversarial image that purposely confuses our ResNet model, even though the two images look identical to the human eye.
FermiNet: Fermionic Neural Networks
FermiNet: Fermionic Neural Networks An implementation of the algorithm and experiments defined in "Ab-Initio Solution of the Many-Electron Schroedinger Equation with Deep Neural Networks", David Pfau, James S. Spencer, Alex G de G Matthews and W.M.C.
FermiNet: Quantum Physics and Chemistry from First Principles
In an article recently published in Physical Review Research, we show how deep learning can help solve the fundamental equations of quantum mechanics for real-world systems.