In the News
Tesla, software and disruption
When Nokia people looked at the first iPhone, they saw a not-great phone with some cool features that they were going to build too, being produced at a small fraction of the volumes they were selling. They shrugged. “No 3G, and just look at the camera!”
AI revolution 'at risk of being stifled in UK by fear-driven backlash'
Without greater transparency AI’s full potential may not be realised, warns British Science Association’s incoming president
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Deep Learning to learn
Pieter Abbeel discusses recent meta-learning approaches to enable RL models to learn faster, bridging the gap to human learning
Deploying a Machine Learning Model as a REST API
Once you have developed and trained ML models, you may want to deploy it in a production environment. One way to do so is through a REST API. Here is a good intro with nice tips.
Software tools & code
Unsupervised machine translation by Facebook
A novel approach to provide fast, accurate translations for more languages
Simple guide to Neural Arithmetic Logic Units (NALU)
Neural network model that can learn simple to complex numerical functions with great extrapolation (generalisation) ability
Dopamine is a research framework for fast prototyping of reinforcement learning algorithms.
Brains & Neurons
Physicists hack the human visual system to create “ghost images”
A pioneering experiment will extend human vision to invisible wavelengths, say researchers.
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