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Ian Goodfellow is a Senior Research Scientist on the Google Brain team. He studies new methods for improving neural networks. Recent publications include: Adversarial Autoencoders; Net2Net: Accelerating Learning via Knowledge Transfer; and Explaining and Harnessing Adversarial Examples.Read More
"To understand deep learning in the context of genetic disease, you need to understand shallow learning first. Shallow learning relates mutations to diseases by looking for mutations that commonly occur in patients with a disease. It’s a commonly used method", Brendan Frey, Deep Genomics.Read More
Despite the noisy hype, which sometimes distracts, machine intelligence is already being used in several valuable ways. Machine intelligence already helps us get the important business information we need more quickly, monitors critical systems, feeds our population more efficiently, reduces the cost of health care, detects disease earlier, and so on.Read More
Karpathy and colleagues have created artificial intelligence software capable of recognizing and describing the content of photographs and videos with far greater accuracy than ever before, sometimes even mimicking human levels of understanding.Read More
Ofir Nachum will be sharing his latest work from the recently published paper: 'Improving Policy Gradient by Exploring Under-appreciated Rewards' - presents a novel form of policy gradient for model-free reinforcement learning (RL) with improved exploration properties.Read More
Preferred Networks took part in the 2016 Amazon Picking Challenge and used Deep Learning algorithms & Chainer, a Python-based Open Source Deep Learning framework, on input data obtained from image and 3D location sensors for object detection and localization.Read More
They are a dream of researchers but perhaps a nightmare for highly skilled computer programmers: artificially intelligent machines that can build other artificially intelligent machines.Read More
Having parsed millions of images, Flickr’s deep learning algorithm has learned to recognize 1,000 different objects in images. It does this by passing them through a series of layers, each of which transforms the original image and performs progressively more and more complex computations on it.Read More
Sergey Levine, Assistant Professor at UC Berkeley has been listed as one of the 35 Innovators Under 35 by MIT Technology Review for his work creating a robot that supervises its own learning. “It’s reverse-engineering its own behavior,” Levine said.Read More
A Brief Overview of Deep Learning from Google's Ilya Sutskever. What’s so special about deep learning? Why does it work now, and how does it differ from neural networks of old? How will it impact your industry? Hear more from Ilya at the summit.Read More
Tony Jebara and colleagues at Columbia University will work with oceanographers to understand what has caused an unusual plankton-like species to rapidly invade the Arabian Sea food chain, threatening fisheries that sustain more than 100 million people living at the sea's edge.Read More
Facebook recently published a paper detailing its personal approach to speeding up training for visual recognition models. The company says it has managed to reduce the training time of a ResNet-50 deep learning model on ImageNet from 29 hours to one.Read More
A new technology developed at Berkeley from a team including Alexei Efros, claims to be able to create photorealistic images from just a few simple digital brush strokes. It uses machine learning to edit images based on an understanding of what looks real and what doesn't.Read More
Eyeris is a world pioneer and leader of deep learning-based facial emotion recognition software. The company's flagship product EmoVu provides the most comprehensive suite of face analytics and is used in today's commercial applications such as automotive, robotics, and video analytics.Read More
Discover advances in deep learning algorithms and methods from the world's leading innovators. Learn from industry experts in speech & pattern recognition, neural networks, image analysis and NLP. Explore how deep learning will impact healthcare, manufacturing, search & transportation.
The summit will showcase the opportunities of advancing trends in deep learning and their impact and successful applications in business. Where do the challenges still lie in research and application? Learn the latest technological advancements & industry trends from a global line-up of experts.
A unique opportunity to interact with industry leaders, influential technologists, data scientists & founders leading the deep learning revolution. Learn from & connect with 450+ industry innovators sharing best practices to advance the smart artificial intelligence revolution.
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