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Monday, January 11, 11:32AM  by:shuri
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source 70TB of Parler users’ data leaked by security researchers | CyberNews
Parler has been hit by a massive data scrape. Security researchers collected swaths of user data before the network went dark Monday morning.
Wednesday, January 06, 10:59AM  by:shuri
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source 15.ai: Natural TTS with minimal data
15.ai: Natural high-quality faster-than-real-time text-to-speech synthesis with minimal data
Tuesday, January 05, 07:21PM  by:shuri
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ai,
ml,
multimodal,
milestones,
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source CLIP: Connecting Text and Images
We’re introducing a neural network called CLIP which efficiently learns visual concepts from natural language supervision.
Tuesday, January 05, 07:21PM  by:shuri
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multimodal,
milestones,
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source DALL·E: Creating Images from Text
We’ve trained a neural network called DALL·E that creates images from text captions for a wide range of concepts expressible in natural language.
Tuesday, January 05, 07:19PM  by:shuri
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source JupyterLab 3.0 is released!. The 3.0 release of JupyterLab brings… | by Jeremy Tuloup | Jan, 2021 | Jupyter Blog
The 3.0 release of JupyterLab brings many new features to users and substantial improvements to the extension system. (Note that many third-party extensions are still in the process of updating to be…
Thursday, December 31 2020, 12:30PM  by:shuri
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alan turing,
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source The Turing Test is obsolete. It’s time to build a new barometer for AI
The head scientist for Alexa thinks the old benchmark for computing is no longer relevant for today’s AI era.
Wednesday, December 23 2020, 10:35PM  by:shuri
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source ‘YouTube recommendations are toxic,’ says dev who worked on the algorithm
Google is notoriously cryptic about how YouTube's recommendations work, that's why Guillaume Chaslot is fighting for increased transparency
Monday, December 21 2020, 12:57PM  by:shuri
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source Netflix's Metaflow: Reproducible machine learning pipelines
A complete guide to building end-to-end machine learning pipelines, from training to deployment, with Metaflow and Cortex
Wednesday, December 16 2020, 11:44AM  by:shuri
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source Pandas — Save Memory with These Simple Tricks | by Soner Yıldırım | Towards Data Science
Memory is not a big concern when dealing with small-sized data. However, when it comes to large datasets, it becomes imperative to use memory efficiently. I will cover a few very simple tricks to…
Tuesday, December 15 2020, 08:17PM  by:shuri
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source Blob Opera - Google Arts & Culture
Create your own opera inspired song with Blob Opera - no music skills required ! A machine learning experiment by David Li in collaboration with Google Art...
Friday, December 11 2020, 11:47AM  by:shuri
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source Yann LeCun’s Deep Learning Course at CDS is Now Fully Online & Accessible to All | by NYU Center for Data Science | Medium
CDS is excited to announce the release of all materials for Yann LeCun’s Deep Learning, DS-GA 1008, co-taught in Spring 2020 with Alfredo Canziani. This unique course material consists of a mix of…
Tuesday, December 08 2020, 11:45AM  by:shuri
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tomorrow,
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source NVIDIA found a way to train AI with very little data
NVIDIA has developed a new approach for training generative adversarial networks (GAN) that could one day make them suitable for a greater variety of tasks.
Wednesday, November 25 2020, 09:38AM  by:shuri
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source I asked GPT-3 for the question to “42”. I didn’t like its answer and neither will you. | by Bernhard Mueller | Nov, 2020 | Medium
It is known that the answer to life, the Universe and everything is 42. However, despite the concerted efforts of the best minds humanity has to offer, the appropriate question has yet eluded us…
Tuesday, November 24 2020, 01:56PM  by:shuri
deep,
uno,
robots,
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source This Arduino-powered robot is like a Roomba with a paintbrush
Can robots paint? More specifically, can they create art? The second question is, of course, open for debate, but Technovation's robotic build shows that they can indeed wield a paintbrush. The device, shaped vaguely like a Roomba vacuum cleaner, uses a pair of NEMA 17 motors for movement and a
Tuesday, November 24 2020, 01:53PM  by:shuri
deep,
analytics universal ai server,
analytics universal ai server,
inference,
training,
machine learning,
deep learning,
ai server,
dgx a100,
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source NVIDIA DGX A100 : The Universal System for AI Infrastructure
The World's first AI system built on NVIDIA A100 offering unprecedented compute density, performance & flexibility. It is one platform for every AI workload.
Friday, November 20 2020, 09:57AM  by:shuri
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source Apple releases forked version of TensorFlow optimized for macOS Big Sur
Apple released a forked version of Google's TensorFlow framework that's optimized for MacBooks running macOS Big Sur.