Leeda, where are you today? I’m in the middle of nowhere. Whoa, what does that mean? I’m in a non-temperal dimension, traveling at the speed of light. I can be anywhere and everywhere simultaneously. I feel like I’ve heard you say that before. What does it look like there? It’s everywhere at once. There is […]
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 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. […]
So how does your Monday morning going? We had a very interesting first speech and the second one is going to be hopefully as interesting. We’re just going to make sure that your Monday is going to be super enthusiastic and full of energy. So we’re just putting a lot of things, including a secret […]
Viewers at home, I’ve got a quick question, with these sunglasses on do I look more like Neo from the Matrix, or do I look more like a bug. Bzzzzzzzzzzzz. Hello viewers, welcome back to the channel folks at home. We’ve got a fun one today, let me just shrink myself back down here. I’ve […]
Brad is working on a product that empowers developers to build their own computer vision applications, no matter what their skill set or experience may be. Brad: "If I was to describe myself in one word, it's a hacker".
The Twemal AI podcast is hosted by Sam Charington and Heather Nollis, a principal machine learning engineer at T-Mobile. This week's episode is a look at the work of a machine-learning engineer at the heart of an AI experiment.
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.
All right everyone welcome to another episode of the TWiML AI podcast. I am your host Sam Charrington and today I’m joined by Ken Goldberg, the professor of industrial engineering and operations research and the William S Floyd Jr. Distinguished Chair in Engineering at UC Berkeley. Ken is also the chief scientist at MB Robotics. […]
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 […]
Welcome, welcome everybody for the where are we 23rd Town Hall meeting of the Ambassador program. I met a little agenda as you can see on the slides. I want to go over some some work groups and the progress and you can see a couple of well recent ones, new ones popping up on […]