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Artificial intelligence could revolutionize farming industry

Agriculture in the U.S. is in trouble: American farmers are getting older, with their average age just over 58. As farming in general faces a labor shortage, growers are now trying to find a solution with the help of AI technology from Silicon Valley. Errol Barnett reports. Subscribe to the “CBS This Morning” Channel HERE: […]

SQL Database Optimization

We can use deep reinforcement learning to optimize a SQL database, and in this video we’ll optimize the ordering of a series of SQL queries such that it involves the minimum possible memory/computation footprint. Deep RL involves using a neural network to approximate reinforcement learning functions, like the Q (quality) function. After we frame our […]

AI: What’s Working, What’s Not

It’s the golden age of artificial intelligence (AI), a.k.a. machine learning, deep learning, and other distributed computing. But like every golden age, there’s a gold rush-like buzz in the air that makes it hard to tell what’s hype and what’s not; what’s actually happening now vs. what will happen later (or not at all). What […]

SingularityNET – The Single Most Valuable Technology of All Time

SingularityNET is the first and only platform that allows AIs to cooperate and coordinate at scale. No longer must AIs exist in silos, only capable of operating within a specific company, infrastructure, or industry. The future of AI is here. We hope you’ll join us. YouTube Source for this AI Video

TensorFlow Dev Summit 2019 Keynote

Join the TensorFlow team as they kick off #TFDevSummit 2019! Learn about TensorFlow’s 2019 roadmap and what’s new for Google’s open source #MachineLearning platform. See the revamped dev site → Watch all TensorFlow Dev Summit ’19 sessions → Learn more on the event homepage → Subscribe to the TensorFlow YouTube channel! → […]

#51 Francois Chollet – Intelligence and Generalisation

In today’s show we are joined by Francois Chollet, I have been inspired by Francois ever since I read his Deep Learning with Python book and started using the Keras library which he invented many, many years ago. Francois has a clarity of thought that I’ve never seen in any other human being! He has […]

ICLR 2020: Yoshua Bengio and the Nature of Consciousness

In this episode of Machine Learning Street Talk, Tim Scarfe, Connor Shorten and Yannic Kilcher react to Yoshua Bengio’s ICLR 2020 Keynote “Deep Learning Priors Associated with Conscious Processing”. Bengio takes on many future directions for research in Deep Learning such as the role of attention in consciousness, sparse factor graphs and causality, and the […]

AlphaZero’s bishop pair proves too difficult for Stockfish

When AlphaZero, playing black in this game, encounters the Ruy Lopez, it certainly seems to be in favor of the Berlin Defense. Stockfish injects a minor piece imbalance on move 5. How would AlphaZero play with the bishop pair? Stockfish, as early as move 13, opts for a sacrifice that not only nets two pawns, […]

Billy Crone – Drones, Artificial Intelligence, & the Coming Human Annihilation

Dr. Kevin Clarkson and Pastor, Billy Crone, discuss Crone’s newest book, “Drones, Artificial Intelligence, & the Coming Human Annihilation” and enlighten you to the hardcore facts concerning the dangerous emerging technology. Drones, Artificial Intelligence, & the Coming Human Annihilation book – Visit us online at!: Download our mobile App!: Follow us on […]

Can we build AI without losing control over it? | Sam Harris

Scared of superintelligent AI? You should be, says neuroscientist and philosopher Sam Harris — and not just in some theoretical way. We’re going to build superhuman machines, says Harris, but we haven’t yet grappled with the problems associated with creating something that may treat us the way we treat ants. TEDTalks is a daily video […]

Neural Network AI Leela Chess Zero ID 125 vs Chess Grandmaster Andrew Tang

On April 22nd 2018 a match, scheduled for 14 games, between the Neural Network AI Leela Chess Zero and Chess Grandmaster Andrew Tang was played on The ability to play against self-leaner AI Leela Chess Zero is a new feature of the site. Leela’s growth has skyrocketed in the past couple weeks, with an […]

AI, Deep Learning, and Machine Learning: A Primer

“One person, in a literal garage, building a self-driving car.” That happened in 2015. Now to put that fact in context, compare this to 2004, when DARPA sponsored the very first driverless car Grand Challenge. Of the 20 entries they received then, the winning entry went 7.2 miles; in 2007, in the Urban Challenge, the […]

My Prediction About Autonomous Cars | Answers With Joe

Get two months of Skillshare for free: You’ve been hearing a lot about autonomous, self-driving cars lately. Here I take a look at where we are, when we’ll get there, and how it will change the world. Support me on Patreon! Get cool nerdy t-shirts at Thinking of getting a Tesla? Get […]

The Thousand Brains Theory

The Thousand Brains Theory: A Framework for Understanding the Neocortex and Building Intelligent Machines Recent advances in reverse engineering the neocortex reveal that it is a highly-distributed sensory-motor modeling system. Each cortical column learns complete models of observed objects through movement and sensation. The columns use long-range connections to vote on what objects are currently […]

ALLES IST EINS. AUSSER DER 0. Trailer German Deutsch (2021)

Offizieller “Alles ist Eins. Ausser der 0.” Trailer Deutsch German 2021 | Abonnieren ➤ | (OT: Alles ist Eins. Ausser der 0.) Movie Trailer | Release: 29 Jul 2021 | Filminfos Sie sind Aktivisten, Spione, Genies: Ohne die Hacker schiene uns die schöne bunte, digitale Informationsgesellschaft als bestmögliche aller Welten. Sie sind die […]

#50 Christian Szegedy – Formal Reasoning, Program Synthesis

Dr. Christian Szegedy from Google Research is a deep learning heavyweight. He invented adversarial examples, one of the first object detection algorithms, the inceptionnet architecture, and co-invented batchnorm. He thinks that if you bet on computers and software in 1990 you would have been as right as if you bet on AI now. But he […]

#034 Eray Özkural- AGI, Simulations & Safety

Dr. Eray Ozkural is an AGI researcher from Turkey, he is the founder of Celestial Intellect Cybernetics. Eray is extremely critical of Max Tegmark, Nick Bostrom and MIRI founder Elizier Yodokovsky and their views on AI safety. Eray thinks that these views represent a form of neoludditism and they are capturing valuable research budgets with […]

The Age of AI: Love, art and stories: decoded

What is love and what defines art? Humans have theorized, debated, and argued over these questions for centuries. As researchers become closer and closer to boiling these concepts down to a science, AI projects become closer to becoming alternatives for romantic companions and artists in their own right.

Blake Richards – Deep learning in The Brain

Blake Aaron Richards, Centre for the Neurobiology of Stress (CNS), University of Toronto Scarborough Slides: recorded: June 2017 YouTube Source for this AI Video

Artificial Intelligence: it will kill us | Jay Tuck | TEDxHamburgSalon

For more information on Jay Tuck, please visit our website US defense expert Jay Tuck was news director of the daily news program ARD-Tagesthemen and combat correspondent for GermanTelevision in two Gulf Wars. He has produced over 500 segments for the network. His investigative reports on security policy, espionage activities and weapons technology appear […]

“All-in Defence” | DeepMind’s AlphaZero vs. Stockfish

2-time British Chess Champion Matthew Sadler takes a look at one of the new games between DeepMind’s AlphaZero and Stockfish published in Science in December 2018. Replay the game on an interactive board: Matthew analysed the game together with Women’s International Master Natasha Regan, his co-author for an upcoming book on AlphaZero’s approach to […]

6 Life Lessons I Learned From AI Research

Tensorflow experiment link: Karpathy’s classifier neural network: Pick up cool perks on our Patreon page: › We would like to thank our generous Patreon supporters who make Two Minute Papers possible: 313V, Alex Haro, Andrew Melnychuk, Angelos Evripiotis, Anthony Vdovitchenko, Brian Gilman, Christian Ahlin, Christoph Jadanowski, Dennis Abts, Eric Haddad, Eric Martel, […]