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Loreto Parisi
MSc Computer engineering. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Father of an amazing girl and a cute boy.
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Loreto Parisi 23h
I stand for . It has been recently integrated into and it's amazing how interactive works there for...free!
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Fernando Perez 24h
Would be wonderful to see team contribute these improvements back to its open foundations, which are free for all to use within our outside of Google's infrastructure. It's called , you should give it a try! ;)
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Quartz Dec 12
Europe—not the US or China—publishes the most AI research papers
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tkasasagi Dec 8
Our poster "Deep Learning for Classical Japanese Literature" is here. Thank you
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tabitha goldstaub Dec 6
Drop the definitive mic💥Geoffery Hinton explains the difference between symbolic AI and deep learning to great applause from the audience. A must listen:
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Loreto Parisi Dec 7
I suggest to read Probabilistic Syntax and Norvig On Chomsky and the Two Cultures of
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Dickey Singh ❄️ Dec 7
9/10 academics never change their mind about anything; most lock into a position early & defend it to the hilt. Chomsky, has never stopped critiquing his own theories w/ same vigor with which he has criticized others. ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Loreto Parisi Dec 7
⁩ probabilistic syntax is at the roots of natural language processing in
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Norvig On Chomsky and the Two Cultures of
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Science Magazine Dec 7
A new AI program called AlphaZero can achieve mastery of some of the most complex board games known—and it can teach itself to play with no prior knowledge except each game’s rules.
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DeepMind Dec 6
Replying to @NatashaRegan123 @gmmds
Watch the inside story of - including the thoughts of and - in this film
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DeepMind Dec 6
Replying to @gmmds
We are also releasing 210 new chess games - including a top 20 selected by GM Matthew Sadler - that show off its dynamic playing style and we hope will inspire chess players of all levels around the world.
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Loreto Parisi Dec 6
Replying to @TensorFlow
Having as default frontend for is a big deal and a good new for practitioners. Hopefully this will improve both the frameworks high level api -
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TensorFlow Dec 6
Standardizing on Keras: Guidance on High-level APIs in TensorFlow 2.0. Read the article here ↓
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Rachel Thomas Dec 6
Post on Software 2.0 by , referenced in Olukotun invited talk
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hardmaru Dec 4
Replying to @hardmaru
1b) On the same day, we'll be presenting the poster. Please swing by to talk to me or to Jürgen Schmidhuber! Wed Dec 5th 5:00-07:00pm (Room 210 & 230 AB #65)
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Loreto Parisi Dec 5
implement a Data Generator that outputs sample_weight?
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Quoc Le Nov 19
Bigger models are better models so we built GPipe to enable training of large models. Results: 84.3% on ImageNet with AmoebaNet (big jump from other state-of-art models) and 99% on CIFAR-10 with transfer learning. Link:
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Virginia Dignum Dec 3
impact is too important to be left to alone. Important reflections by : "Machine learning has reached a moment of reckoning; when some of its most prominent leaders stand in denial, there is a problem.”
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MIT Technology Review Dec 4
This machine-learning tool is another noteworthy example of using AI in the process of scientific discovery.
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