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The D2RL Architecture

On Oct 21, 2020
@AnimaAnandkumar shared
RT @animesh_garg: Deep RL is not really using deep networks! We found that dense connections and deeper networks help improve learning performance. Results hold across various manipulation and locomotion tasks, for both proprioceptive and image observations! https://t.co/aWgQFuT7Sx https://t.co/mp5CmGwLwP
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D2RL: Deep Dense Architectures in Reinforcement Learning While improvements in deep learning architectures have played a crucial role in improving the state of supervised and unsupervised learning in computer vision and natural language processing, neural network architecture choices for ...

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On Oct 21, 2020
@AnimaAnandkumar shared
RT @animesh_garg: Deep RL is not really using deep networks! We found that dense connections and deeper networks help improve learning performance. Results hold across various manipulation and locomotion tasks, for both proprioceptive and image observations! https://t.co/aWgQFuT7Sx https://t.co/mp5CmGwLwP
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The D2RL Architecture

The D2RL Architecture

D2RL: Deep Dense Architectures in Reinforcement Learning While improvements in deep learning architectures have played a crucial role in improving the state of supervised and unsupervised ...


On Oct 20, 2020
@shakir_za shared
RT @OleWinther1: 3 year postdoc in machine learning methods development for multi-scale modelling of battery materials https://t.co/iGwczWxskD
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Postdoc in Machine Learning Model Development focused on Multiscale Materials Data

Postdoc in Machine Learning Model Development focused on Multiscale Materials Data

Apply online The section of Cognitive Systems at DTU Compute, Technical University of Denmark (DTU) is looking for outstanding candidates for a 3-year postdoc position within the field of ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@NandoDF shared
RT @suchisaria: AI/ML tweeps, here is a must read. It’s a wonderful article questioning whether we are spending our valuable brain cycles on the right research questions. If you disagree, I’d love to hear why. If you agree, what can be done to accelerate this? https://t.co/NO7TSubCex
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Too many AI researchers think real-world problems are not relevant

Too many AI researchers think real-world problems are not relevant

Any researcher who’s focused on applying machine learning to real-world problems has likely received a response like this one: “The authors present a solution for an original and highly ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@MIT_CSAIL shared
Google Translate can't recover lost languages. But MIT's new ML model can, thanks to machine learning. Details: https://t.co/KPCyOi3clR #ML #NLP https://t.co/28M3yw8Est
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Translating lost languages using machine learning

Translating lost languages using machine learning

MIT researchers have created a machine learning system that aims to help linguists decipher lost languages.

On Oct 20, 2020
@techreview shared
In 2017, we sent a reporter to Toronto to ask @geoffreyhinton if artificial intelligence is riding the one-trick pony that is deep learning. #EmTechMIT #TechReviewEvents https://t.co/UBpqRIPeg1
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Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony?

Is AI Riding a One-Trick Pony?

I’m standing in what is soon to be the center of the world, or is perhaps just a very large room on the seventh floor of a gleaming tower in downtown Toronto. Showing me around is Jordan ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@GaryMarcus shared
@berilsirmacek @FunMachineLearn indeed see https://t.co/f5gwIQ0JaZ
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Can This Man Make AI More Human?

Can This Man Make AI More Human?

Like any proud father, Gary Marcus is only too happy to talk about the latest achievements of his two-year-old son. More unusually, he believes that the way his toddler learns and reasons ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@NandoDF shared
RT @jeffclune: https://t.co/KxhxPp7eZV
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A.I. creativity is improving fast. This hilarious GPT3-generated film is proof

A.I. creativity is improving fast. This hilarious GPT3-generated film is proof

People have been training A.I. to write movie scripts for years, but this one is different. It showcases just how far A.I. creativity has come.

On Oct 20, 2020
@WIRED shared
A new report explores whether companies are benefiting from AI. Its sobering finding offers a dose of realism amid recent AI hype. https://t.co/qb49w3hpHF
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Companies Are Rushing to Use AI—but Few See a Payoff

Companies Are Rushing to Use AI—but Few See a Payoff

A study finds that only 11 percent of firms that have deployed artificial intelligence are reaping a “sizable” return on their investments.

On Oct 21, 2020
@amsekaran shared
RT @StanfordHAI: AI-related job growth correlates to improved social well-being, new research shows: https://t.co/T8DDPps7z8
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The Link Between Artificial Intelligence Jobs and Well-Being

The Link Between Artificial Intelligence Jobs and Well-Being

A recent study shows AI-related job growth correlates to improved social welfare through economic growth.

On Oct 21, 2020
@shakir_za shared
RT @arkrause: If you're looking for Ph.D. positions in AI this year, consider applying to the new Fellowship program of the recently launched ETH AI Center: https://t.co/aYI5tWXUWK @ETH_en
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Fellowship Programmes

Fellowship Programmes

ETH AI Center Doctoral Fellowships The ETH AI Center offers a unique fellowship program, designed to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and a positive impact to society. All PhD fellows ...

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On Oct 20, 2020
@romanyam shared
Grateful to my colleagues for including me on this $6 million grant, which will allow me to develop some AI Safety teaching materials. https://t.co/noArxJUCOP
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UofL to launch health care cybersecurity curriculum with $6.3M from NSA

UofL to launch health care cybersecurity curriculum with $6.3M from NSA

The University of Louisville will develop a curriculum to increase cybersecurity talent specifically focused on health care thanks to a $6 million in funding from the National Security ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@AnimaAnandkumar shared
RT @DeepLearningAI_: While you wait for course 3 of the GANs Specialization, check out this special issue of The Batch: https://t.co/05ICzWM1QS Read an exclusive interview with Ian Goodfellow (the inventor of GANs), a summary of GANs for Good (our online panel discussion last month), and more.
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Special Issue: Generation GAN

Special Issue: Generation GAN

This special issue of The Batch celebrates the launch of our new Generative Adversarial Networks Specialization.

On Oct 20, 2020
@techreview shared
In 2019, some of the biggest names in AI research laid out a roadmap for how machine learning can help us fight climate change. We expect there to be some crossover with this session. #EmTechMIT #TechReviewEvents https://t.co/4L4n5eUaFa
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Here are 10 ways AI could help fight climate change

Here are 10 ways AI could help fight climate change

Some of the biggest names in AI research have laid out a road map suggesting how machine learning can help save our planet and humanity from imminent peril. The report covers possible ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@shakir_za shared
RT @_KarenHao: So many convos around the long-term risks of AI focus on the imagined existential threat of AGI. But as @wsisaac wisely says, the long-term risks will be a continuation of the short-term risks we fail to take care of. So it's best we take care of them now. https://t.co/805zmKZGn1
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The true dangers of AI are closer than we think

The true dangers of AI are closer than we think

As long as humans have built machines, we’ve feared the day they could destroy us. Stephen Hawking famously warned that AI could spell an end to civilization. But to many AI researchers, ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@CERN shared
Francesca Rossi is the AI Ethics Global Leader and a Distinguished Research Staff Member at @IBMResearch AI, and a professor of computer science at the University of Padova, Italy, currently on leave. Meet our speakers for the #CERNSparks launch event: https://t.co/XJgos0KecX https://t.co/XdTTD4r9m1
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Francesca Rossi

Francesca Rossi

Francesca Rossi is the AI Ethics Global Leader and a Distinguished Research Staff Member at IBM Research AI, and a professor of computer science at the University of Padova, Italy, ...

On Oct 21, 2020
@CERN shared
Stuart Russell is a Professor of Computer Science and Smith-Zadeh Professor in Engineering, @UCBerkeley and Honorary Fellow, @wadhamoxford. Meet our speakers for the #CERNSparks launch event: https://t.co/oDLqEPQMT9 https://t.co/kwfl0nY5xA
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Stuart Russel

Stuart Russel

Stuart Russell is a Professor of Computer Science and Smith-Zadeh Professor in Engineering, University of California, Berkeley and Honorary Fellow, Wadham College, Oxford. His book ...

On Oct 22, 2020
@GaryMarcus shared
i don’t think so, @vkhosla. In 2012, Sergey Brin predicted self-driving in 2017. People listened. In 2016 Business Insider predicted “10 million self-driving cars will be on the road by 2020” GM, Toyota, Waymo, Honda and Tesla all predicted 2020. eg https://t.co/uFyKeDLADb https://t.co/wFNow1Qqjn
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It’s 2020. Where are our self-driving cars?

It’s 2020. Where are our self-driving cars?

In the age of AI advances, self-driving cars turned out to be harder than people expected.

On Oct 22, 2020
@WIREDScience shared
A study analyzed patterns in online comments and found liberals and conservatives use different words to express similar ideas. https://t.co/CjlYrGeIE2
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The Left and the Right Speak Different Languages—Literally

The Left and the Right Speak Different Languages—Literally

A study analyzing patterns in online comments found that liberals and conservatives use different words to express similar ideas.

On Oct 21, 2020
@drfeifei shared
RT @ai4allorg: Meet Sophia, a @berkeley_ai A4ALL Changemaker! In this blog piece, Sophia shares her 2020 AI4ALL Summer Program experience--from learning challenging AI concepts from a place of shared experiences to realizing "everyone has the potential to explore AI." https://t.co/pQ3e9FgXV2 https://t.co/1ETZDQerMK
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On Oct 21, 2020
@CERN shared
Introducing #CERNSparks! ⚡️✨ Join us on 26 November at 16:00 CET for an exciting, virtual launch of our new serendipity forum — kickstarting with the theme of its first edition on Future Intelligence. Find out more: https://t.co/6S0rm7cXXy https://t.co/Aslyo40ixN
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Launch | 26 November 2020 | CERN

Launch | 26 November 2020 | CERN

Multidisciplinary discussion and collaboration is essential, yet few platforms exist offering opportunities for such interactions. As a centre of excellence in science and technology, one ...

On Oct 20, 2020
@DaniloJRezende shared
RT @jonkhler: @LucaAmb @DaniloJRezende @DeepMind Regarding computational efficiency I can also recommend the (simultaneous) work of my colleague @jhrmnn. https://t.co/esqvUMPBbp
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Deep neural network solution of the electronic Schrödinger equation

Deep neural network solution of the electronic Schrödinger equation

[New and updated results were published in Nature Chemistry, doi:10.1038/s41557-020-0544-y.] The electronic Schrödinger equation describes fundamental properties of molecules and materials, ...