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Teaching A.I. systems to behave themselves
"At OpenAI, the artificial intelligence lab founded by Tesla’s chief executive, Elon Musk, machines are teaching themselves to behave like humans. But sometimes, this goes wrong."
OpenAI created a bot which beats the world’s top professionals at 1v1 matches of Dota 2, a video game (read more). This is a great achievement but Dota 2 is still far from being solved
Searching for hidden spy planes with ML
Buzzfeed trained ML algorithms to detect surveillance planes operated for law enforcement and the military.
Machine Learning powering new interfaces to explore Wikipedia
Inside the increasingly complex algorithms that get packages to your door
Wherever you live, from Lille to Calgary, from Beijing to Bruxelles, Working out the best way to deliver parcels is a near-impossible job, and it’s only getting harder.
Convolutional Neural Networks for Visual Recognition
Videos of the Spring 2017 course at Stanford
Software tools & code
Captioning Novel Objects in Images
Current visual description or image captioning models work quite well, but they can only describe objects seen in existing image captioning training datasets, and they require a large number of training examples to generate good captions.
Where’s Waldo : Terminator Edition
Deep Learning to find Waldo in any image!
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