Sunday, July 30, 2017

Weekly Review 30 July 2017

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

  1. Adding 'imagination' to deep neural networks:
  2. Half of low-skilled jobs will be replaced by AI / automation:
  3. What's old is new again in AI, we've just got better computers: 
  4. How Google is using AI to help run its data centres: 
  5. Why quality, labelled data is so important for deep learning: 
  6. The next version of HoloLens will have an onboard neural network chip: 
  7. Overview of some of the hardware being applied to deep neural networks: 
  8. Qualcomm has open sourced its Neural Processing Engine: 
  9. A neural network based facial expression recogniser that gauges movie audience enjoyment: 
  10. Diagnosing schizophrenia from brain scans using a support vector machine: 
  11. Elon Musk is a clever guy, but I think he is way off-beam about AI: 
  12. AI is already causing problems, we should be worrying about them, not hypothetical killer robots: 
  13. Building decision trees in Scikit-Learn:
  14. Deep learning, AI, machine learning, made really simple:
  15. Situations where you should not use deep learning: 
  16. List of Python machine learning tutorials: 
  17. How to build a team that does AI: 
  18. Nanoneurons for neuromorphic chips:
  19. Current AI is so resource-intensive only a few big companies can effectively use it:
  20. Machines still struggle with conversational Chinese:
  21. Never mind terminators, this kind of AI can kill you just as dead:

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