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Yann LeCun has a bold new vision for the future of AI
One of the godfathers of deep learning pulls together old ideas to sketch out a fresh path for AI, but raises as many questions as he answers.
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Alphabet is spending billions to become a force in health care
The parent company of Google, Alphabet has already invested $1.7 billion into its visionary health care ideas until now in 2022. This is highest investment of 2022 by any tech giant in the health care field.
OpenAI’s New AI Learned to Play Minecraft by Watching 70,000 Hours of YouTube
Now, the company says its latest AI has learned to play Minecraft after watching some 70,000 hours of video showing people playing the game on YouTube.
Why Microsoft is rolling back its AI-powered facial analysis tech
Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it will remove certain facial analysis tools from its Azure AI services in accordance with its new Responsible AI Standard.
Applied use cases
How AI Can Make Strategy More Human
The power of AI is now within reach of all companies, opening up a new world of strategy innovation and enabling companies to leave the constraints of legacy architecture behind forever.
Taking the guesswork out of dental care with artificial intelligence
Overjet began as a tool to help insurance companies streamline dental claims before the company began integrating its tool directly into dentists’ offices.
Fei-Fei Li: By Exploring Virtual Worlds, AI Learns in New Ways
Fei-Fei Li's work focuses on AI agents that don’t simply accept static images from a data set but can move around and interact with their environments in simulations of three-dimensional virtual worlds. The researcher concludes by saying that "I see a convergence of deep learning, robotic learning, vision and also even language."
UK urgently needs new laws on use of biometrics, warns review
An independent review of UK legislation has concluded the country urgently needs new laws to govern the use of biometric technologies and called for the government to come forward with primary legislation.
Amazon’s Alexa could turn dead loved ones’ voices into digital assistant
Amazon plans to let people turn their dead loved ones’ voices into digital assistants, with the company promising the ability to “make the memories last”.
Rob Reich: AI Developers Need a Code of Responsible Conduct
On ethics, the AI profession is still like a “late-stage teenager,” says the Stanford philosopher.
Amazon Shows Off Impressive New Warehouse Robots
Amazon announced new robotics' projects - the highlight being Proteus a shelf-transporting robot able to transition from a highly structured environment to a moderately structured environment, an enormous challenge for any mobile robot.
Flawed AI Makes Robots Racist, Sexist
A robot operating with a popular internet-based artificial intelligence system consistently gravitates to men over women, white people over people of color, and jumps to conclusions about peoples' jobs after a glance at their face.
AI-Guided Robots Are Ready to Sort Your Recyclables
Using computer vision, machine learning, and robots to identify and sort recycled material, we can improve the accuracy of automatic sorting machines, reduce the need for human intervention, and boost overall recovery rates.
DALL·E 2 Pre-Training Mitigations
This post focuses on pre-training mitigations, a subset of these guardrails which directly modify the data that DALL·E 2 learns from.
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Yandex Publishes YaLM 100B. It’s the Largest GPT-Like Neural Network in Open Source
In this article, we’ll share not only the model, but our experience training it. This model - the world’s largest GPT-like neural network freely available for English - has been published under the Apache 2.0 license that permits both research and commercial use.