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DeepMind’s New AI Learns From Humans! 🤖

Two Minute Papers highlights the paper “Learning Robust Real-Time Cultural Transmission without Human Data” in the following video.

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DeepMind AlphaFold: A Gift To Humanity?

Two Minute papers examines the paper “Highly accurate protein structure prediction with #AlphaFold” in the following video.

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DeepMind’s New AI: As Smart As An Engineer… Kind Of!

Two Minute Papers examines the paper “Competition-Level Code Generation with AlphaCode” in the following video.

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3 Trends in AI You Need to Know About

In this video AnastasiInTech shares key trends in Artificial Intelligence you need to know about.

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Collaborating to Develop a Low-cost Keratoconus Diagnostic Solution

This Microsoft Research India podcast discusses creating a low cost Keratoconus diagnostic solution for emerging markets. Keratoconus is a severe eye disease that affects the cornea, causing it to become thin and develop a conical bulge. Keratoconus, if undiagnosed and untreated, can lead to partial or complete blindness in people affected by it. However, the […]

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Is OpenAI’s AI As Smart As A University Student? 🤖

Two Minute Papers examines the following papers: Grade school math: https://openai.com/blog/grade-school-math/ University level math: https://arxiv.org/abs/2112.15594 Olympiad: https://openai.com/blog/formal-math/

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This New AI Technology is Phenomenal

This AI Processor is the first commercial Analog AI processor featuring in-memory compute technology.

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Yann LeCun on “Energy-Based Self-Supervised Learning”

“Energy-Based Self-Supervised Learning” by the one and only Yann LeCun – Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University & Facebook AI Research

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Research talk: Maia Chess: A human-like neural network chess engine

Reid McIlroy-Young, PhD Student, University of Toronto delivers this talk about a uman-like neural network chess Even when machine learning surpasses human ability in a domain, there are many reasons why AI systems that capture human-like behavior would be desirable. For example, humans may want to learn and collaborate, or humans may need to interact […]

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Industrial Research in the 21st Century

Peter Lee, CVP of Research and Incubations at Microsoft, opens Research Summit with some reflections on the curiosity that animates us as researchers, the role of computer science in advancing all the sciences, and the importance of our work in light of the tremendous challenges we will face as a society in the coming years.

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