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Departmental Early Career Academic Fellowships (DECAF) in Machine Learning or Data Science. (Fixed Term)

On May 29, 2020
@DaniloJRezende shared
RT @lawrennd: New positions in @Cambridge_CL! These Five-Year Fellowships are targeted at the interface of ML & the Sciences. Part of a new initiative I'm leading that's funded by a major philantropic gift. https://t.co/I4QQ72ell1 Multiple positions! Close: 30th June.
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Departmental Early Career Academic Fellowships (DECAF) in Machine Learning or Data Science. (Fixed Term) in the Department of Computer Science and Technology at the University of Cambridge.

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On May 29, 2020
@DaniloJRezende shared
RT @lawrennd: New positions in @Cambridge_CL! These Five-Year Fellowships are targeted at the interface of ML & the Sciences. Part of a new initiative I'm leading that's funded by a major philantropic gift. https://t.co/I4QQ72ell1 Multiple positions! Close: 30th June.
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Departmental Early Career Academic Fellowships (DECAF) in Machine Learning or Data Science. (Fixed Term)

Departmental Early Career Academic Fellowships (DECAF) in Machine Learning or Data Science. (Fixed Term)

Departmental Early Career Academic Fellowships (DECAF) in Machine Learning or Data Science. (Fixed Term) in the Department of Computer Science and Technology at the University of Cambridge.



On May 29, 2020
@sophiebushwick shared
"Artificial intelligence (AI) just seems to get smarter and smarter ... But some of the improvement comes from tweaks rather than the core innovations their inventors claim—and some of the gains may not exist at all" https://t.co/jLPNyU3dlf by @SilverJacket
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Eye-catching advances in some AI fields are not real

Eye-catching advances in some AI fields are not real

When tuned up, old algorithms can match the abilities of their successors

On May 24, 2020
@hugo_larochelle shared
RT @icmlconf: Registration for the virtual-only ICML 2020 is open. https://t.co/0qx6RKuokQ
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On May 26, 2020
@j2bryson shared
RT @oliviagambelin: @maria_axente @mccrickerd @MiaD @ShannonVallor @IEthics @safiyanoble @schock @mona_sloane @ruchowdh @j2bryson @EdinburghUni is hosting an online AI Ethics course this summer: https://t.co/UFD87OrkGS @msprevak has taught this course in the past and done an amazing job, he would be a great resource to ask!
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Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

Ethics of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) systems are being developed at an incredible rate. We are already witnessing the significant changes to our personal, social and cultural landscapes as AI ...

On May 25, 2020
@AndrewLBeam shared
@KevinKaichuang It's been done: https://t.co/MjrAA7yZD4
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Click here to read the article

Click here to read the article

8 Establish a single-number evaluation metric for your team to optimize 9 Optimizing and satisficing metrics 10 Having a dev set and metric speeds up iterations 11 When to change dev/test ...

On May 26, 2020
@WIRED shared
Workplace robots are still incredibly dumb and clumsy, and teaching them to grasp unfamiliar objects or those with complex shapes remains a holy grail of AI and robotics research. https://t.co/ccTmh8s3Pl
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AI Helps Warehouse Robots Pick Up New Tricks

AI Helps Warehouse Robots Pick Up New Tricks

Backed by machine learning luminaries, Covariant.ai's bots can handle jobs previously needing  a human touch.

On May 23, 2020
@WIREDScience shared
RT @nxthompson: "I would give it a B-minus at best." A smart essay by @kaifulee about the ways AI has been helpful---and the ways it has fallen short--in the coronavirus crisis. https://t.co/ZxJrpOfucS
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Covid-19 Will Accelerate the AI Health Care Revolution

Covid-19 Will Accelerate the AI Health Care Revolution

Disease diagnosis, drug discovery, robot delivery—artificial intelligence is already powering change in the pandemic’s wake. That’s only the beginning.

On May 29, 2020
@Plinz shared
RT @kenneth0stanley: Announcing Synthetic Petri Dish for architecture search: An NN slice goes into a "dish" where tiny synthetic data is learned to make variants perform like the full NN. Then rapid search in the dish: beyond a model because it IS part of the real NN https://t.co/1ckSsOpKpr 1/2 https://t.co/Hw7CncrrNS
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Synthetic Petri Dish: A Novel Surrogate Model for Rapid Architecture Search

Synthetic Petri Dish: A Novel Surrogate Model for Rapid Architecture Search

Interestingly, these results suggest that it is indeed possible to extract a motif from a larger setting and create a con- Synthetic Petri Dish: A Novel Surrogate Model for Rapid ...

On May 24, 2020
@j2bryson shared
@mgubrud @al_cibiades @rodneyabrooks AGI is not something I need to be explained about either https://t.co/FkWebAk0MP or any of my formal policy articles of the last 10 years.
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Living with AGI

Living with AGI

artificial and natural intelligence, including politics, art, and higher education

On May 29, 2020
@FeryalMP shared
RT @roydanroy: If you're looking for a postdoc, consider applying for a Vector postdoc fellowship. Apply at https://t.co/KNegT00viV. Deadline is June 12. Let me know if you're interested in advancing our theoretical understanding of machine learning and have the track record to back it up. https://t.co/oWoWbFT96P
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Postdoctoral Fellow Positions

Postdoctoral Fellow Positions

Are you a junior researcher with the potential to become a world-class machine learning scientist? Apply to become a Vector Institute Postdoctoral Fellow and conduct cutting-edge ...

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On May 25, 2020
@novapbs shared
Have you and your new normal stumped artificial intelligence? Maybe. via @techreview https://t.co/maqBipJxop
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Our weird behavior during the pandemic is screwing with AI models

Our weird behavior during the pandemic is screwing with AI models

In the week of 12 to 18 April, the top ten search terms on Amazon.com were: toilet paper, face mask, hand sanitizer, paper towels, lysol spray, clorox wipes, mask, lysol, masks for germ ...

On May 28, 2020
@DeepMind shared
His first suggestions come from @EEMLcommunity & are perfect for those interested in a wide range of AI topics. He suggests working through the practical sessions & slides to learn more. See here: https://t.co/yvwEnlnPNL & https://t.co/zYwTARetXJ & https://t.co/qLl2YbsqMY
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eemlcommunity / PracticalSessions2019

eemlcommunity / PracticalSessions2019

Materials for the practical sessions at EEML2019. Contribute to eemlcommunity/PracticalSessions2019 development by creating an account on GitHub.

On May 24, 2020
@GaryMarcus shared
RT @bobehayes: 5 of the best #artificialintelligence books you must read https://t.co/fVqJB4bpPg @GaryMarcus #DanielKahneman #AntonioDamasio @shoshanazuboff #DavisGStork https://t.co/t2akWFGoYy
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5 of the best artificial intelligence books you must read

5 of the best artificial intelligence books you must read

Computer scientist Mark Lee picks out his top science books on the subject of AI, machine learning and intelligent algorithms.

On May 23, 2020
@PeterAsaro shared
RT @bentarnoff: Fascinating essay by @mattpasquinelli on why AI should be considered a means of *perception* not cognition, and more specifically as a lens that magnifies, compresses, and distorts in order to perform pattern recognition https://t.co/6mg92i8LrW
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The Nooscope — a visual manifesto of the limits of AI

The Nooscope — a visual manifesto of the limits of AI

Introducing the Nooscope, a diagram that shows how Machine Learning works and how it fails

On May 26, 2020
@DeepMind shared
Want to stay up to date with recent work being done in AI safety? @vkrakovna recommends the Alignment Newsletter, a weekly publication on AI alignment curated by @rohinmshah. Read it here: https://t.co/32FLIAW3yy & let us know if you have your own #AtHomeWithAI suggestions!
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Alignment Newsletter

Alignment Newsletter

I edit and publish the Alignment Newsletter, a weekly publication with recent content relevant to AI alignment with over 1100 subscribers. It turns out that people don’t notice things when ...

On May 27, 2020
@j2bryson shared
RT @danfaggella: Looking forward to joining @dw2 for a @LondonFuturists webcast -- a 4-way panel discussion on #AGI regulation -- this Saturday at 11am EST. It'll also be my first IRL (not on Twitter) convo with @j2bryson and @NellWatson, fun! Registration page:: https://t.co/OHqudgrCr5 https://t.co/YtUka3NliW
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Regulating the rise of Artificial General Intelligence

Regulating the rise of Artificial General Intelligence

Sat, May 30, 2020, 4:00 PM: As research around the world proceeds to improve the power, the scope, and the generality of AI systems, should developers adopt regulatory frameworks to help ...

On May 23, 2020
@earnmyturns shared
@eigenhector My concern (based on that old work) is that loopy BP will oscillate, no good termination criterion. There are non-BP approaches in graph-based SSL with robust convergence, though https://t.co/3lxWmcUzNq
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Graph-Based Semi-Supervised Learning

Graph-Based Semi-Supervised Learning

While labeled data is expensive to prepare, ever increasing amounts of unlabeled data is becoming widely available. In order to adapt to this phenomenon, several semi-supervised learning ...

On May 27, 2020
@etzioni shared
Scientific fact-checking using AI language models: COVID-19 research and beyond https://t.co/QDh9LNAdNq
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Scientific fact-checking using AI language models: COVID-19 research and beyond

Scientific fact-checking using AI language models: COVID-19 research and beyond

Fact or fiction? That's not always an easy question to answer. Incomplete knowledge, context and bias typically come into play. In the nascent domain of scientific fact checking, things are ...