Saturday, June 10, 2017

Weekly Review 9 June 2017

Below are some of the interesting links I Tweeted about recently.

  1.  Microsoft has released version 2.0 of its deep learning toolkit:
  2. An overview of tensors, as used in TensorFlow: 
  3. How rat brains are inspiring the next generation of artificial neural networks:
  4. Despite the article title Watson isn't diagnosing cancer, it's helping plan how to treat it:
  5. An overview of neurocomputing hardware - hardware inspired by the brain:
  6. Four tips for job interviews - these apply to interviews for academic positions as well:
  7. Three things intelligent machines need to copy from the human brain:
  8. Hawkins' book "On Intelligence" is very good, must re-read sometime soon:
  9. So valedictorians (dux in NZ) go on to lead good lives, but seldom achieve particularly highly:
  10. Why we need to build an artificial brain or, why neuromorphic computing is a good idea:
  11. We could build an artificial brain now, but probably wouldn't want to pay for it:
  12. If you're looking for a job, be careful what you say on social media (including Twitter!)
  13. Deep learning can't tell what Homer Simpson is doing. Or, why DeepMind built an enormous database of videos:
  14. If I am advertising for a new staff member, I will read the cover letters of applicants:
  15. Using AI in children's educational apps:
  16. Combining relational networks with deep learning:
  17. Paper on adding relational reasoning to deep neural networks:
  18. How AI can make things worse, instead of better:

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