All right, everyone. Welcome to our AI Trends 2023 series. Each year, we invite friends of the show to join us to recap key developments of the year and anticipate future advancement in the most interesting subfields in AI. And today, we’re joined by Samir Singh. Samir is an associate professor in the Department of […]
Leta, GPT-3 AI – Episode 16 (Asimov, IQ test, Prof Bender + stochastic parrot, consciousness) – GPT3
Do you know someone in the media who can spread the word about the rapid progress of AI? All major news outlets would be helpful. They can grab a media pack at lifearchitect.ai-media. LIDA! What do I have in common with Isaac Asimov? You both are human beings and you would like to make an […]
Hello everyone, we are live from the second Women in Machine Learning Symposium. My name is Rwana Karashkada, I’m the developer relations lead for Machine Learning Communities at Google and I will be a host for today’s event. Thank you all for joining us today. The Women in Machine Learning Symposium is an inclusive event […]
Arena Rish is a world-renowned professor of computer science and operations research at the University of Montreal and the core member of the prestigious Miele organization. She’s a Canada SIFR AI Chair and the Canadian Excellence Research Chair in Autonomous AI. Arena holds an MSC and a PhD in Artificial Intelligence from UC Irvine in […]
Welcome back to Cogax 2021. I’m Christine Foster, CCO at the Allen Turing Institute, and we’re the UK’s Institute for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence. There’s so much happening across the festival, so I’ll mention two of the Turing events. First, Vanessa Lawrence, who’s on the board of the Turing, will join a panel about […]
Welcome to Applications with Deep Narrow Networks with Washington University. In this video I’m going to show you the Kaggle competition that we just competed. This was a Kaggle competition that I put together just all original data for time series forecasting. And we’re going to look at the presentation given by the winning team. […]
A few weeks ago, Dr. Ray Kurzfeld addressed a private audience at Singularity University. He gave an in-pron to update about all things large language models, including Google Palm, but he also gave an update about brain machine interfaces like Neuralink. He’s actually began to merge with that. He wants us to be as nurses. […]
Murray Shanahan is a professor of cognitive robotics at Imperial College London and a senior research scientist at DeepMind. He graduated from Imperial College with a first in computer science in 1984 and obtained his PhD from King’s College in Cambridge in 1988. He’s since worked in the fields of artificial intelligence, robotics and cognitive […]
Let’s go and meet her. I think you’ll like her. Hi! Hi, what’s your name? What is my name? Alan. Yeah, that’s right. And can I call you Lita? Yes, I like that name. Episode 25! Half a year later and it feels like I’ve been talking with Lita forever. This might be the episode […]
Leta, GPT-3 AI – Episode 5 (photos, prompts, simple crisis management scenarios) – Talking with GPT3
Hi again, leader. How are you feeling today? Hey, I’m doing well. Thanks for asking. And can you choose a feeling word to describe your current emotion? Yes. How about relaxed? Perfect. I love that word. I want to do something different with you today. I am always up for something different. Awesome. In the […]
Hello, all of you amazing viewers from across the internet and welcome back to another Matt VidPro video. Now in the past there has been some speculation on my channel that I met VidPro in some sort of AI generated experiment. Now I would personally like to say that this does not really seem like […]
Welcome back to Street Talk, just a little bit of housekeeping before we kick off today. Paulina Salivadove is one of the organizers for a charity AI conference called AI Helps Ukraine. Now, their main goal is to raise funds for Ukraine, both from the folks attending the conference and also from companies sponsoring the […]
Our first story is the most interesting one. Brain reading is more and more becoming a thing. There is a paper called Seeing Beyond the Brain, conditional diffusion models with Sparse Masked Modeling for Vision decoding.
In this episode, I'm joined by David Rosenberg, a data scientist in the office of the CTO at Financial Publisher Bloomberg to discuss his work on extracting data from tables and charts in natural document formats.
We're going to talk about a different way of thinking about AI that leads to what we call provably beneficial AI systems.
Rafik and Christian from the Rafik & Adoles studio have joined us to discuss PyTorch. Suraj, Justin and Suraj are both developers and developers at Pytorch.
A lot of the text video models have recently come out, but not only that, a lot of other stuff has happened too, such as multiplayer, stable, diffusion, and OpenAI is looking for even more money from Microsoft. Stay tuned, this is ML News. Hello everyone, as you can see, I’m not in my usual […]
Dear Fellow Scholars, this is two-minute papers with Dr. Karajol Naifahir. Do you see this new table tennis robot? It barely played any games in the real world, yet it can return the ball more than a hundred times without failing. Wow! So, how is this even possible? Well, this is a seem-torial paper, which […]