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DeepMind scholars

On Feb 24, 2020
@demishassabis shared
RT @ICComputing: We're delighted to share interviews that we've carried out with three recipients of the @DeepMind scholarships for the 2019–2020 academic year. Find out more about their backgrounds and what its meant for their studies. https://t.co/tTnmZBvuJk #AI #Computing #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/ZYNiotbmsr
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current DeepMind scholarship holders at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London

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On Feb 24, 2020
@demishassabis shared
RT @ICComputing: We're delighted to share interviews that we've carried out with three recipients of the @DeepMind scholarships for the 2019–2020 academic year. Find out more about their backgrounds and what its meant for their studies. https://t.co/tTnmZBvuJk #AI #Computing #WomenInSTEM https://t.co/ZYNiotbmsr
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DeepMind scholars

current DeepMind scholarship holders at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London


On Feb 23, 2020
@GaryMarcus shared
RT @AnimaAnandkumar: @GaryMarcus When test distribution has same complexity as training, there is no extrapolation being tested. A large transformer can learn mapping without learning to reason. We showed extrapolation using compositional models is much better https://t.co/WefERddqzC
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Our results indicate that augmenting recursive neural networks with external mem- ory consistently improves the generalization performance on deeper data points compared to the ...

On Feb 23, 2020
@DaniloJRezende shared
2/2 Maybe a more promising direction is to learn *search heuristics/policies* in a valid action space to augment existing solvers, helping them find solutions faster but without loosing their guarantees (e.g. as in AlphaGo). A non-trivial example of this: https://t.co/dfCDMKESb3
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Branes with Brains: Exploring String Vacua with Deep Reinforcement Learning

We propose deep reinforcement learning as a model-free method for exploring the landscape of string vacua. As a concrete application, we utilize an artificial intelligence agent known as an ...

On Feb 22, 2020
@techreview shared
Here's a comprehensive guide to deepfakes and a look inside the race to stop them. (from 2018) https://t.co/aCtaNYKPpS
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Fake America great again

Inside the race to catch the worryingly real fakes that can be made using artificial intelligence.

On Feb 24, 2020
@NandoDF shared
RT @natashajaques: @Freeshabh @kandouss @OpenAI You can find more info about the program here https://t.co/G98qeKaWK3, but the short answer is that you’re eligible as long as you’re a member of an underrepresented minority and know some math and programming. You don’t need a graduate degree.
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OpenAI Scholars

We're providing 6-10 stipends and mentorship to individuals from underrepresented groups to study deep learning full-time for 3 months and open-source a project. Apply This is a remote ...

On Feb 23, 2020
@WIRED shared
A carefully crafted sentence that seems straightforward to you may have a strange ability to deceive an AI algorithm. https://t.co/TZZOu2BTOR
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This Technique Uses AI to Fool Other AIs

Changing a single word can alter the way an AI program judges a job applicant or assesses a medical claim.

On Feb 22, 2020
@techreview shared
Welcome to the magical, terrifying world of generative adversarial networks, or GANs. https://t.co/XAocXzaFWo
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Inside the world of AI that forges beautiful art and terrifying deepfakes

Generative adversarial networks, or GANs, are fueling creativity—and controversy. Here’s how they work.

On Feb 24, 2020
@Kleinspaces shared
RT @culurciello: Very cool RL for Chip Design https://t.co/b9hBVxjJ8B
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Google Teaches AI To Play The Game Of Chip Design

If it wasn’t bad enough that Moore’s Law improvements in the density and cost of transistors is slowing. At the same time, the cost of designing chips and

On Feb 24, 2020
@NewsfromScience shared
In the era of antimicrobial-resistant superbugs, researchers are racing to find new drugs that can eliminate harmful bacteria and avoid pandemics. Now, they have some help from artificial intelligence. https://t.co/5VhwJ4E9BD
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Researchers find new, promising antibiotic with help from AI

The molecule’s structure is different from conventional drugs

On Feb 23, 2020
@j2bryson shared
Open access version of all my writings are on my publications page (currently still at https://t.co/4wU51vhGej ). In this case, the draft there is a little ropey, sorry, I wrote it while I was trying to finish the book I'm still trying to finish... https://t.co/PcRtpT1wFd
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Publications of Joanna J Bryson

I also have shorter lists of selected publications by topic area, see Cultural Variation in Cooperation, Understanding Natural Intelligence, Designing Intelligent Systems, and Action ...

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On Feb 23, 2020
@tdietterich shared
@YilunZhou @rao2z @geomblog @IJCAI The NeurIPS folks did an experiment (https://t.co/f1IDDhBUi2) and concluded "Allowing for early desk rejects by ACs is unlikely to have a significant impact on reviewer load without producing inappropriate decisions." 1/
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What we learned from NeurIPS 2019 data

NeurIPS has quadrupled in the last five years. This year, we had 6,743 submissions after filtering (down to 6,614 at notification time)…

On Feb 24, 2020
@MIT_CSAIL shared
BREAKING: MIT shows that the secret to self-driving in the snow is to look *UNDER* the ground. They used "localizing ground-penetrating radar" to create maps of different areas' specific combinations of soil, rocks and roots. More: https://t.co/xLDte9epHQ (v/@cfisherwrites) https://t.co/nLnyHH9UU2
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MIT helps self-driving cars ‘see’ through snow and fog

MIT helps self-driving cars navigate in bad weather by mapping what’s beneath the road.

On Feb 22, 2020
@cmarschner shared
@cosminnegruseri I got upset when this article didn‘t even mention his name. https://t.co/P37RMkMR6p
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How We Pay Attention Changes the Very Shape of Our Brains

Imagine arriving at the airport just in time to catch a plane. Everything in your behavior betrays the heightened concentration of your attention. Your mind on alert, you look for the ...