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A. Lauterbach Feb 24
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Bored Yann LeCun Jan 26
For all their marvels, no ConvNet could survive training 1% as hard as Kobe Bryant. RIP
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Join us on Thursday 26th March for the 2020 Excellence Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Gala Dinner in The Shelbourne Hotel, : . This year's Inductees are: , Andrew & .
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
. New is targeting industrial control systems This one looks to be criminal hackers, not nation-state operators.
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
. The vast majority of distributed denial of service () attacks originate from China and the Philippines in 2019, according to Imperva's annual Global DDoS Threat Landscape Report. DDoS attacks, which are usually…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
The reality of for people in China is often different from the way it is depicted in the West. Dev Lewis, a researcher at Digital Asia Hub and a Yenching Scholar at Peking University, explains how the systems work in reality.
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
. . . Facebook has a new way to track the images used to train a model. The technique involves making imperceptible tweaks to images to create a kind of watermark. Every model makes its own distinct mar…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
. . . Researchers present a comprehensive analysis of how and why face recognition accuracy differs between men and women. They show that accuracy is lower for women due to the combination of (1) the impostor distribut…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
. John Schulman, a research scientist and founding member of OpenAI, provides some advice to up-and-coming researchers in machine learning (ML), based on his experience doing research and advising others. The advice…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
. Google AI researchers demonstrate how the ML-fairness-gym can be used to research the long-term effects of automated decision systems on a number of established problems from current machine learning fairness literature.
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. . Jigsaw, a technology subsidiary of Alphabet, has released an AI-based platform that can detect fake and manipulated images, which could be especially useful for journalists. In a blog post yesterday,…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
, . FBI Director Christopher Wray said that his agency is looking into more than 1,000 cases of U.S. intellectual property theft by the Chinese government. "This one to me really stands out as the greatest lon…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 14
Attackers are exploiting the coronavirus outbreak to trick target companies that rely on global shipping into opening infected Microsoft Word documents, Proofpoint researchers have found. The industries being targeted include manuf…
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A. Lauterbach Feb 12
. Holding algorithms accountable? please...
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A. Lauterbach Feb 12
. If new as a well forgotten old, AI can be creative. If we define creativity as the ability to search for and combine information, it’s possible that machines could “rival” humans.
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A. Lauterbach Feb 12
. Law enforcements agents use facial recognition technology to identify child victims of sex abuse and notify them when arrests have been made. Anka Wittenberg
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A. Lauterbach Feb 12
. . Researchers use AI to predict adverse reactions that can happen when a patient takes multiple prescription drugs — potentially paving the way to save the lives of tens of thousands fo people in the US every year.
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A. Lauterbach Feb 12
. . “Subjecting 5-year-olds to [facial recognition] technology [at schools] will not make anyone safer, and we can’t allow invasive surveillance to become the norm in our public spaces,” said Stefa…
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