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DeepMind wants to teach AI to play a card game that’s harder than Go
Hanabi is a card game that relies on theory of mind and a higher level of reasoning than either Go or chess—no wonder DeepMind’s researchers want to tackle it next.
Build Better Bots with Our Neon Conversational AI SDK
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Data Scientist Salaries and Jobs in Europe
Here is what a recent report says about job opportunities for Data Scientists across Europe including salaries and benefits, job motivations, programming languages used, tech skills and what people want most from their work.
Cameras that understand: portrait mode and Google Lens
On-device ML and computer vision advances will help make camera sensors a lot smarter. Today it's all about "computational photography", but tomorrow cameras will be able to anticipate and understand our needs and context.
An AI is playing Pictionary to figure out how the world works
Forget Go or StarCraft—guessing the phrase behind a drawing will require machines to gain some understanding of the way concepts fit together in the real world.
Software tools & code
Papers with code
Great new resource that provides summaries and links to Machine Learning papers along with the corresponding code and evaluation tables.
Diversity in Faces
IBM Research releases ‘Diversity in Faces’ dataset to advance study of fairness in Facial Recognition systems
Introducing Uber’s GPU-powered Open Source, Real-time Analytics Engine
10 TED Talks on AI and machine learning
How will AI reshape your career? Your health? Your ability to tell real from fake video? Recent TED talks explore some fascinating AI questions
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