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Demis Hassabis
Founder & CEO - , , & Atari DQN. Working on General AI. Trying to understand what is *really* going on in the universe
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Demis Hassabis Jun 15
There are so many ways that machine learning and AI can help with , lots of great ideas for cross-field collaboration in this excellent paper by , Yoshua Bengio and many other colleagues who deeply care about this topic.
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Demis Hassabis Jun 12
Great to see 1000 new AI conversion degree scholarships for people from underrepresented groups - a good step on the vital mission of ensuring AI opportunities for everyone. Proud of our work with Cambridge, Oxford & UCL offering scholarships in support of this. Lots more to do!
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Shane Legg Jun 8
I am so humbled to have been awarded a CBE, something I never would have imagined when I was growing up in Rotorua. This is a testament to the thoughtful, pioneering team at — the scientific breakthroughs we’ve already achieved together, and those still to come!
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DeepMind Jun 8
Very proud that DeepMind’s Co-founder & Chief Scientist has today been awarded a CBE for services to Science, Technology and the Economy in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Congratulations, Shane!
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Demis Hassabis Jun 8
Recently I had the honour of giving a public lecture at at Princeton on the potential of self-learning systems. The talk is now available here: It's a wonderful place to think deep thoughts!
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Demis Hassabis Jun 6
really pleased to see this NYT obituary for Alan Turing - one of the greatest scientists of all time, but treated shamefully.
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Aäron van den Oord Jun 4
VQVAE-2 finally out! Powerful autoregressive models in a hierarchical compressed latent space. No modes were collapsed in the creation of these samples ;) Arixv: With and More samples and details 👇 [thread]
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DeepMind Jun 3
DeepMind’s spoke to about the importance of building robust and safe AI systems. Listen to the full podcast to find out why a career in machine learning makes a difference:
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Liverpool FC Jun 1
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Demis Hassabis May 30
Our new paper is out!! We trained multiple agents to work together as a team to play Quake III Arena: Capture the Flag. These population-based training methods are proving to be widely applicable, e.g. as an integral part of :
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Olimpiu G. Urcan May 4
In an exclusive 60-minute interview for , among many other things, Magnus Carlsen and Jan Gustafsson discussed 's current influence.
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Demis Hassabis May 27
Leela Zero (an open source chess program based on ) has just won the top computer chess competition, beating Stockfish in the TCEC15 final Great to see learning systems come out on top. Huge congrats to the team and community!
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Demis Hassabis May 25
Great interview with Fan Hui: “Before I played , I felt like I knew the world, like I knew many things. But afterwards, everything changed. Now I really believe everything is possible, because I saw something that people thought was impossible.”
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DeepMind May 23
Deep learning has so far relied on massive amounts of supervision. We show that unsupervised representation learning with Contrastive Predictive Coding greatly improves data-efficiency: By and
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Demis Hassabis May 23
yes probably that would have been a good idea. the position was equal after 14 moves at least (see position), then I decided to get adventurous which was a mistake...
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Demis Hassabis May 22
Such a privilege and so much fun to play some blitz chess against the great Vladimir Kramnik, the former World Chess Champion, (I lost!) and to discuss the unique playing style of
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Sundar Pichai May 20
At , we previewed our efforts to help detect lung cancer. Today we’re publishing our work in showing how these methods could boost chances of survival for many people at risk around the world
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DeepMind May 13
The Substitute - 's fascinating new artwork - draws on our Grid Cells work published in last year to create a visualisation of the extinct male northern white rhino.
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Demis Hassabis May 17
Thanks Nihal! Hope you find the book useful and inspirational!
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DeepMind May 16
The is unveiling an amazing new interactive exhibition exploring the creative & scientific developments in AI. It’ll feature AlphaGo’s move 37 & what it signals about AI’s potential to help us discover new knowledge. (1/2)
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