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Christine McLeavey Payne
MuseNet researcher, pianist
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Eric Topol Jun 24
Whoa. The gut of elite athletes (marathon runners) has a bacterium that enhances performance, makes mice run longer, and this is mediated via lactate metabolism (file under more amazing stuff)
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Peter Welinder Jun 23
Data classes in Python 3.7 are great for encapsulating hyper parameters in machine learning models. Gone are long keyword argument lists. Much clearer code.
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Jeremy Howard Jun 22
Would you like to train xresnet using 1cycle training on Imagenette, using fastai and the data blocks API? IN SWIFT?!? Now you can. 😎 (Extremely alpha warning!)
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Carsen Stringer Jun 22
Story time! Single neurons in the brain can’t be depended on for reliable information. Here are some neurons from our recent study, recorded twice in response to the same visual stimuli. Different neurons are active at different times!
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Jessica Valenti Jun 22
If there were pictures of little blonde children sleeping on cement floors covered in their own filth, it would take all of 24 hours to get them out
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Andrew Ng Jun 20
My fun activity this morning: just gave me a video tour of their Ghana facility. In the pic you can see the drones (sans wings) in the background, which they use to ship medical supplies to remote hospitals. Exciting use of AI+Drones!
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Luke de Oliveira Jun 18
Very excited to be teaching Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing at the Summer Workshops again! Sign up, tell your colleagues, and feel free to DM me for details! Hope to see you there!
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Facebook AI Jun 17
We're releasing code for a new approach to generating recipes directly from food images. This produces more compelling recipes than retrieval-based approaches and improves performance with respect to previous baselines for ingredient prediction.
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Christine McLeavey Payne Jun 16
Replying to @o2car @julianharris
Thanks for thinking of MuseNet & thanks for a very neat article- I didn't know about some of those apps. Very interesting to see how things are progressing!
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Alby Jun 15
Hey! Physics teachers! You're welcome 👇
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Google AI Jun 14
Check out Evolved Transformer, a new state-of-the-art Transformer architecture for natural language processing, derived using a fresh approach to evolution-based neural architecture search. Learn all about it here →
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Facebook AI Jun 14
We’re open sourcing AI Habitat, a powerful new simulation platform for training agents in hyperdetailed, photorealistic 3D reconstructions of physical environments. We hope this research milestone will unify & accelerate the promising field of Embodied AI.
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Chris Lattner Jun 13
S4TF design discussion are fully open to the public, starting tomorrow with our first meeting / video chat!
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Josh Tobin Jun 13
1/ Figuring out whether your deep learning project idea is feasible is hard. Some ideas on how to think about it:
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You Had One Job Jun 13
Supermarkets in Asia are now using banana leaves instead of plastic packaging. 👏🏻 (📷 via SAT0725 on Reddit)
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Thomas Wolf Jun 13
We've spent a few evenings last week building an interactive demo called *Write with Transformer* It lets you interact in a very intimate way with GPT-2, call, control, question the model... and I just can't stop playing with it! You can try it at
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OpenAI Jun 13
Our Policy Director, , will be testifying today to the House Intelligence Committee on "The National Security Challenge of Artificial Intelligence, Manipulated Media, and 'Deepfakes' " at 6amPT/9amET. Watch livestream:
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Bharath Ramsundar Jun 12
How can deep learning be made useful for small life science datasets? We need to add stronger priors to architectures guided by known physiological and biomedical facts
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Robert Laidlow Jun 13
For today we also want the public to be able to create their own music with . I've set up , and for people to play with! Hope they enjoy composing with AI as much as I have
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