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Kate Parkyn Oct 23
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La Forge AI Oct 24
DeepMind Relies on this Old Statistical Method to Build Fair Machine Learning Models
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Johann Beukes Oct 23
DeepMind's co-founder and CEO in the HBR podcast
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Colin Fairweather Oct 21
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Christian Burns Oct 23
OUT NOW - TRUTH - Thrilled to share this one with you. 🖤
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Giuliano Liguori Oct 18
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The Western Journey Oct 20
Replying to @yaneekpage
Unfortunately a lot of people have taken the time to consider what you were saying at the time, but that which you've said is just the tip of the ice berg especially with A.I. technology being on the rise.
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Ella Stan Oct 24
Absolutely amazing! A human beating ! I’ve lost myself for 90 minutes watching the documentary. Best documentary I’ve watched in 2020 so far.
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Eben Esterhuizen Oct 22
Serious man crush 💕 on Demis Hassabis, CEO and co-founder of DeepMind. Great podcast on using AI to solve fundamental problems in science
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Amandine Flachs Oct 20
open-sources the FermiNet, a that simulates electron behaviours -
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Scott McHale Oct 21
Replying to @ScottMcHale
....and, of course, and more...
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Dr. Sachse-Seeboth Oct 19
Does the machine adapt to human behavior? The scenario is reminiscent of a hostile takeover: first cooperation, then merciless sucking out. What happens if Asimov's laws are applied instead?
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Mohan K. Bavirisetty Oct 22
DeepMind’s Journey from Games to Fundamental Science
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Sharon. McCaffrey Oct 17
Replying to @Jimcorrsays
!!! Zanny Minton Beddoes- Editor-in-Chief, The Economist John Sawers- Executive Chairman, Newbridge Advisory Minouche Shafik- Director, The London School of Economics and Political Science Mustafa Suleyman- Co-Founder, Deepmind Mark Tucker- Group Chairman, HSBC Holding
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🔥Alexander Chuguryan📈 CHUGI Oct 20
Humans vastly overestimate how capable they are. While underestimating everything else. From past civilizations that build pyramids, obelisks all over the world thousands of years ago. They could do things we cant now... To AI nowadays.
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Adam S🧢 Oct 21
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Edge Tech Oct 21
DeepMind can predict a deadly kidney condition but its results raise questions around data rights and patient diversity.
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DotConnectAfrica Oct 23
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Kurt Oct 22
FermiNet: Quantum Physics and Chemistry from First Principles by DeepMind
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Follow GitHub Organization Oct 19
1 new repository created in DeepMind - 1 ferminet
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