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Billion-scale semi-supervised learning for state-of-the-art image and video classification

On Oct 19, 2019
@karpathy shared
RT @facebookai: We're developing alternative ways to train our AI systems so that we can do more with less labeled training data overall. Learn how our “semi-weak supervision” method is delivering state-of-the-art performance for highly efficient, production-ready models. https://t.co/8tMN6M24LK https://t.co/0ToaSTwp8S
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Facebook AI is developing alternative ways to train our AI systems so that we can do more with less labeled training data overall. Learn how our “semi-weak supervision” method is delivering state-of-the-art performance for highly efficient, production-ready models.

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On Oct 19, 2019
@karpathy shared
RT @facebookai: We're developing alternative ways to train our AI systems so that we can do more with less labeled training data overall. Learn how our “semi-weak supervision” method is delivering state-of-the-art performance for highly efficient, production-ready models. https://t.co/8tMN6M24LK https://t.co/0ToaSTwp8S
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Billion-scale semi-supervised learning for state-of-the-art image and video classification

Facebook AI is developing alternative ways to train our AI systems so that we can do more with less labeled training data overall. Learn how our “semi-weak supervision” method is delivering ...


On Oct 18, 2019
@GaryMarcus shared
RT @AnjaKasp: ‘When AI fails to live up to people’s expectations, it is more often than not because it has been hyped up’ Int report on human rights and AI by @TanyaOCarroll @sherifea Fyi @Kobotic @HMRoff @MiaD @SColesPorter @GaryMarcus https://t.co/FiJmvbYhQm
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Continuous Human Rights Monitoring 19 Large-Scale Analysis of Satellite Data to Detect Signs of Human Rights Abuses 19 Opportunity Definition 19 Capability Architecture 23 Technical ...

On Oct 18, 2019
@hardmaru shared
RT @hn_frontpage: Deep Learning: Our Miraculous Year 1990-1991 L: https://t.co/Wq01pDZmKZ C: https://t.co/TfT3AwfnUv
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Deep Learning: Our Miraculous Year 1990-1991

And is taking anything that kind of relates in words to modern techniques and claiming that he invented the technique. Many people invented AD at the same time, and Linnainmaa was not the ...

On Oct 18, 2019
@newscientist shared
DeepMind AI beats humans at deciphering damaged ancient Greek tablets https://t.co/Al1kytAXmW https://t.co/M9Pe4VwqI7
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DeepMind AI beats humans at deciphering damaged ancient Greek tablets

An AI was trained on thousands of ancient Greek engravings to fill the gaps where there are missing or damaged words

On Oct 19, 2019
@ylecun shared
RT @cai2r: Our #AI improves #BreastCancer detection. Technical ℹ️ [Paper 🆕] https://t.co/Yei5PiYfh8 [Code] https://t.co/yTUapbgQog [Data specs] https://t.co/m058wcKfac Lay-friendly ℹ️ [Press release🆕] https://t.co/22cxiKzvmx [Explainer] https://t.co/lIUVoavOw3 @NanWu__ @kjgeras & al. https://t.co/799DX6kKHu
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Combination of Artificial Intelligence & Radiologists More Accurately Identified Breast Cancer

NYU School of Medicine researchers found their AI tool recognized patterns in screening mammogram images radiologists could not, and vice versa. Learn more.

On Oct 18, 2019
@SmithaMilli shared
RT @CHAI_Berkeley: CHAI is currently hiring! We are looking for interns to work at CHAI in 2020 starting around May/June. We are also looking for a short-term (2-3 month) operations assistant to help the staff with administrative tasks. Can start immediately. https://t.co/oyJz7QoRpS
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Work With Us

Operations Assistant Start date: As soon as possible Compensation: $25 an hour Duration: 2-3 months Apply: Via this form For the next 2-3 months, CHAI is seeking an assistant who can help ...

On Oct 18, 2019
@drfeifei shared
RT @arXiv_Daily: Bias-Resilient Neural Network https://t.co/wGVqeHptsg by Ehsan Adeli et al. including @drfeifei, @jcniebles #MachineLearning #LossFunction
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Bias-Resilient Neural Network

10/08/19 - Presence of bias and confounding effects is inarguably one of the most critical challenges in machine learning applications that h...

On Oct 18, 2019
@dalelane shared
"Nonprofit Teaches AI to Children, Families World-Wide" https://t.co/W2Y5dfQibt https://t.co/NfA8rjQTOl
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On Oct 18, 2019
@lawrennd shared
RT @maalvarezl: I'm advertising a PhD position on Automatic Learning of Latent Force Models at @shefcompsci. Learning physics from data seems to be a new trend in ML. We'll do it in the context of Gaussian processes. https://t.co/pKkNdjA6W2
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Automatic Learning of Latent Force Models

PhD Project - Automatic Learning of Latent Force Models at University of Sheffield, listed on FindAPhD.com

On Oct 18, 2019
@brookeborel shared
Some researchers are taking to online forums -- and even the dark web -- to help tackle opioid addiction. By @DougcJohnson for @undarkmag https://t.co/xrxinunXKm
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To Tackle Drug Use, Researchers and People With Addiction Alike Turn to Online Forums

Semi-anonymous forums on places like Reddit and Bluelight give researchers insight into the world of those who try to quit drugs on their own.

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On Oct 18, 2019
@guardianscience shared
Stuart Russell on why now is the time to start thinking about superintelligent AI - Science Weekly podcast https://t.co/fl2sQs47lz
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Stuart Russell on why now is the time to start thinking about superintelligent AI - Science Weekly podcast

Prof Stuart Russell wrote the book on artificial intelligence back in 1995, when the next few decades of AI were uncertain. Sitting down with Ian Sample, he talks about his latest book, ...

On Oct 19, 2019
@hardmaru shared
Nice weekend reading if you feel like going deep into the rabbit hole of consciousness “There are major advantages in abandoning conscious reason in favor of seeing humans as having an AI-like ‘black-box’ intelligence” https://t.co/mPhdoYamoT
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Reason Won’t Save Us

In wondering what can be done to steer civilization away from the abyss, I confess to being increasingly puzzled by the central enigma…

On Oct 18, 2019
@ENERGY shared
RT @housesciencegop: Under @SecretaryPerry's leadership @ENERGY helped make American energy cleaner, more efficient & less expensive than ever. Read @RepFrankLucas statement thanking him for his service! https://t.co/lkGINPmuEL https://t.co/Buszp0hu9b
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Ranking Member Lucas Thanks DOE Secretary Rick Perry for his Service

House Science, Space, and Technology Ranking Member Frank Lucas released the following statement upon the announcement that Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry will retire: 

On Oct 19, 2019
@Miles_Brundage shared
RT @lsolum: Crootof on Cyborg Justice & Technological Lock-In https://t.co/uvp8xf1mka
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Crootof on Cyborg Justice & Technological Lock-In

Rebecca Crootof (University of Richmond School of Law; Yale University - Yale Information Society Project) has posted 'Cyborg Justice' and the Risk of Technological-Legal Lock-In (Columbia ...

On Oct 18, 2019
@nytimes shared
Germany’s Z.K.M. has predicted some of the biggest trends in art. This year, the institution is celebrating 30 years of being ahead of the curve. https://t.co/p4qWJQM9eX
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Celebrating 30 Years Ahead of the Curve in Art

Since 1989, Z.K.M. has predicted some of the biggest trends in art. Just don’t call it a museum.

On Oct 18, 2019
@anildash shared
RT @juliacarriew: I did also find out what Zuckerberg thought he meant when he said “we overcame polarization after WWI” and (spoiler alert) it still doesn’t make any sense to anyone who made it through Season 2 of The Twentieth Century https://t.co/4vf5w54Tui
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Frederick Douglass, MLK and Facebook: Zuckerberg has a bizarre take on history

The CEO argues essentially, that the arc of the moral universe is long, but as long as people have a voice (on Facebook) it bends toward justice

On Oct 19, 2019
@nytimes shared
12 new books recommended by critics and editors at The New York Times https://t.co/AFvH7EYx27
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12 New Books We Recommend This Week

Suggested reading from critics and editors at The New York Times.

On Oct 19, 2019
@haldaume3 shared
RT @_KarenHao: IT'S HERE!!! The biggest story I’ve ever worked on. @techreview's very first interactive ever, which walks through a concrete example of AI bias, and why it’s so much more complicated than initially meets the eye. https://t.co/4eqXB3kpFF 1/
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Can you make AI fairer than a judge? Play our courtroom algorithm game

The US criminal legal system uses predictive algorithms to try to make the judicial process less biased. But there’s a deeper problem.

On Oct 18, 2019
@gwern shared
@DegenRolf Mirror: https://t.co/RnW3jcUONI
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A scientometric analysis of controversies in the field of intelligence research

The ten characteristics were as follows: 1) Whether the individual was publicly denounced; 2) whether the incident lasted for at least one week; 3) whether the incident lasted for at least ...