Senior Research Scientist
Professor of Mobile Systems
University of Cambridge & The Alan Turing Institute
Research Scientist, Machine Learning News Feed
Senior Applied Researcher
Research Scientist & Engineer
Engineer Manager, Computer Vision, Applied Machine Learning
Professor of Artificial Intelligence
University of Hertfordshire
Research Team Lead
Lead Data Scientist
Google DeepMind won the Innovation Lions Grand Prix for AlphaGo, a computing system that for the first time beat the best human player at Go, an ancient game that is much more complex than chess. The Artificial Intelligence system was developed in the U.K. by DeepMind, a company acquired by Google in 2014.Read More
Facebook have been working on a new technique to use multilingual embeddings to help them scale to more languages, help AI-powered products ship to new languages faster, and ultimately give people a better Facebook experience. Read on to understand more about the challenges faced for NLP across languages, and how multilingual word embeddings are trained and used for text classification.Read More
News Feed FYI: New Updates to Reduce Clickbait HeadlinesRead More
LinkedIn: Machine learning is like oxygen, but the human element is not going away anytime soonRead More
Long before Google started working on cars that drive themselves and Amazon was creating home appliances that talk, a handful of researchers in Canada — backed by the Canadian government and universities — were laying the groundwork for today’s boom in artificial intelligence.Read More
Today, the volume of photos taken by people with smartphone cameras challenges the limits of structured categorization.Read More
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