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On Jul 6, 2020
@AlisonBLowndes shared
Amazing work from one of our @FDL_AI Fellows et al + @Maxar: https://t.co/MJtnqfl5dP https://t.co/ae9Z1aH8L2
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Using artificial intelligence to scale up human rights research: a case study on Darfur

Using artificial intelligence to scale up human rights research: a case study on Darfur

In this article we provide a technical exploration of the potential of artificial intelligence for large-scale analysis of satellite data to detect the destruction of human settlements, ...

On Jul 8, 2020
@kastnerkyle shared
RT @ClaraIsabelMei1: Our 2020 TACL paper describing 𝗯𝗲𝘀𝘁-𝗳𝗶𝗿𝘀𝘁 𝗯𝗲𝗮𝗺 𝘀𝗲𝗮𝗿𝗰𝗵, a new decoding algorithm, is now available online:https://t.co/El9nlcFtHM. The algorithm is often much faster, but it’s so simple that it’s only a four-line change to good-old-fashioned beam search. https://t.co/OhocNUS20C
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Best-First Beam Search

Best-First Beam Search

Decoding for many NLP tasks requires a heuristic algorithm for approximating exact search since the full search space is often intractable if not simply too large to traverse efficiently. ...

On Jul 7, 2020
@hardmaru shared
RT @woj_zaremba: AI, consciousness, and “what is real”? My take on it all https://t.co/pOxWIRFbZ5
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On Jul 3, 2020
@gdb shared
Applying the OpenAI API to generating creative ideas and content for marketing your work, by @_bramses: https://t.co/ZL1WtOGouZ
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Supercharging Your Creativity with OpenAI :: Marketing

Supercharging Your Creativity with OpenAI :: Marketing

Using the most powerful AI on the planet to help me write marketing material.

On Jul 3, 2020
@mxlearn shared
[R] A Polynomial Neural Network with Controllable Precision and Human-Readable Topology for Prediction and System Identification https://t.co/glfOunZ8qy
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On Jul 7, 2020
@michael_nielsen shared
RT @matthewclifford: This week’s newsletter looks at Keynes, Newton and the value of science (thanks @michael_nielsen); how great powers fall; how NLP is transforming the humanities (thanks @Ted_Underwood); and more Read and subscribe here: https://t.co/7XuuaR9jxg
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TiB 122: Newton, Keynes and the power of science; how great powers fall; machine learning and the humanities and more...

TiB 122: Newton, Keynes and the power of science; how great powers fall; machine learning and the humanities and more...

This week: Newton, Keynes and how science changes the world; how great powers collapse; how machine learning will transform the humanities; and more...

On Jul 3, 2020
@hardmaru shared
RT @slashML: r/MachineLearning (not just Twitter) has a toxicity problem https://t.co/aq2nkznvIv
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On Jul 6, 2020
@stanfordnlp shared
RT @ani_nenkova: What great timing for this article, as all of #NLProc have their attention on asr Speech Recognition Tech Is Yet Another Example of Bias - Scientific American https://t.co/lzW6gL8R8l
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Speech Recognition Tech Is Yet Another Example of Bias

Speech Recognition Tech Is Yet Another Example of Bias

Siri, Alexa and other programs sometimes have trouble with the accents and speech patterns of people from many underrepresented groups