Friday, March 25, 2016

Weekly Review 25 March 2016

Some interesting links that I Tweeted about in the last week:

  1. Fundamentals of neural networks:
  2. Why AlphaGo is not the be-all and end-all of AI:
  3. Biases in facial recognition:
  4. Tips for using deep-learning neural networks:
  5. An AI chatbot to help psychologically traumatised refugees:
  6. Gauging someone's mood from their voice, using deep learning neural networks: 
  7. Using machine learning for artificial empathy in marketing: 
  8. Diagnosing heart disease from MRI images using convolutional neural networks: 
  9. The future of AI in law:  If this lowers cost of access to legal representation, that will be a good thing
  10. Applying machine learning to choosing and predicting the quality of wine: 
  11. Getting started in R:
  12. More tips for using deep learning neural networks:
  13. Converting numerical variables to categorical variables:
  14. Why regulators are unprepared for AI:
  15. My seminar on what I look for when examining a post-graduate (especially doctoral) thesis: 
  16. Google opens access to its deep neural network-based speech recognition API:
  17. Japanese AI wrote a short novel, and it passed the first round of a literary competition:

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