In the News
Is AI riding a one-trick pony?
Just about every AI advance you’ve heard of depends on a breakthrough that’s three decades old. Keeping up the pace of progress will require confronting AI’s serious limitations.
What the CIA’s Tech Director wants from AI
The CIA currently has 137 pilot projects directly related to AI. These include everything from automatically tagging objects in video to better predicting future events.
Enter Global AI Competition and Win $300,000!
AI Challenger is by far one of the largest open databases for artificial intelligence in the world. It’s designed in helping global talent advance AI research by harnessing the huge data pool generated by China’s 750 million internet users.
Spotify’s Discover Weekly: How machine learning finds your new music
Spotify’s Discover Weekly: How machine finds your new music
Americans and Automation in everyday life
Americans express more worry than enthusiasm about coming developments in automation – from driverless vehicles to a world in which machines perform many jobs currently done by humans
Forget killer robots—Bias is the real AI danger
John Giannandrea, who leads AI at Google, is worried about intelligent systems learning human prejudices.
Software tools & code
Tensorflow is popular and growing, but is it the best tool for all your Deep Learning-related tasks? Here are some thoughts on Tensorflow's limitations and drawbacks.
Machine Learning Glossary
Machine Learning Glossary for developers and A.I. engineers, by Google.
Chinese character recognition by Apple
New research published by Apple, this time on real-time recognition of handwritten chinese characters over an inventory of 30,000 characters
Fast tool for text-based language identification that can recognize 170 languages with less than 1MB of memory. Released by Facebook.
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