Computerphile: AI Self Improvement

Computerphile: AI Self Improvement

After the deadly stamp collector, what if we can’t create something so powerful? But if we design an AI that’s better at AI design than us? Robert Miles continues his discussion on AI. The Problem with JPEG: That Changed Everything: Intelligence Playlist:…The Most Difficult Program to Compute?: This video was […]
Computerphile: Deep Learning

Computerphile: Deep Learning

Google, Facebook & Amazon all use deep learning methods, but how does it work? Research fellow & Deep Learning expert Brais Martinez explains.

Ray Kurzweil’s Craziest Predictions About The Future | Answers With Joe

Ray Kurzweil’s predictions have an 86% success rate. But what he sees in the next 50 years are mind-blowing. Support the channel on Patreon! Check out Ray’s books for more about his predictions for the future: The Age of Intelligent Machines The Singularity is Near ============= Subscribe! Follow me at answerswithjoe […]

Deep Learning State of the Art (2019) – MIT

New lecture on recent developments in deep learning that are defining the state of the art in our field (algorithms, applications, and tools). This is not a complete list, but hopefully includes a good sampling of new exciting ideas. For more lecture videos visit our website or follow code tutorials on our GitHub repo. INFO: […]

Scott Aaronson: Quantum Computing | Lex Fridman Podcast #72

Scott Aaronson is a professor at UT Austin, director of its Quantum Information Center, and previously a professor at MIT. His research interests center around the capabilities and limits of quantum computers and computational complexity theory more generally. This episode is presented by Cash App. Download it & use code “LexPodcast”: Cash App (App Store): […]

Exploring AI 2041 with Kai-Fu Lee – #516

Today we’re joined by Kai-Fu Lee, chairman and CEO of Sinovation Ventures and author of AI 2041: Ten Visions for Our Future. In AI 2041, Kai-Fu and co-author Chen Qiufan tell the story of how AI could shape our future through a series of 10 “scientific fiction” short stories. In our conversation with Kai-Fu, we […]

C4W1L08 Simple Convolutional Network Example

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PySlowFast: Deep learning with Video

PySlowFast is an open-source video understanding codebase that provides state-of-the-art video classification models with efficient training. Facebook AI Research Engineer Haoqi Fan provides a quick tutorial of the project in this talk. Subscribe to this page to get the latest news, updates, and weekly tutorials planned for the full duration of the Hackathon. Haven’t signed […]

Global Leadership: Building a digitally fit future: Big tech and accountability

Global Leadership: Building a digitally fit future: Big tech and accountability We live in an age where big tech companies like Amazon and Facebook wield an extraordinary amount of power. The question of our time is, how do we keep them accountable? We join two pioneers of the technology space Margrethe Vestager and Martha Lane […]

PyTorch Community Voices | HuggingFace | Sylvain and Lysandre

Transfer learning has become the norm to get state-of-the-art results in NLP. Join us for an interview with star PyTorch community members Sylvain Gugger and Lysandre Debut from Hugging Face as we learn about how Hugging Face provides users with tools to help them with every step of the process. 0:00 Starting soon 3:00 Livestream […]

Understanding Exponentially Weighted Averages (C2W2L04)

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Tuning Process (C2W3L01)

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Machine Learning and Epidemiology with Elaine Nsoesie – #396

Today we continue our ICML series with Elaine Nsoesie, assistant professor at Boston University.  Elaine presented a keynote talk at the ML for Global Health workshop at ICML 2020, where she shared her research centered around data-driven epidemiology. In our conversation, we discuss the different ways that machine learning applications can be used to address […]

Building Responsible AI at PyTorch

Join Jyothi Nookula (Product Manager at PyTorch, Facebook AI) and Narine Kokhlikyan (Research Scientist at Facebook AI) as they talk about Responsible AI. They’ll discuss what Responsible AI means, why it matters, and share tips and ideas for projects you can build this year at the 2021 PyTorch Annual Hackathon. Interested in joining our virtual […]

AI Storytelling Systems with Mark Riedl – #478

Today we’re joined by Mark Riedl, a Professor in the School of Interactive Computing at Georgia Tech. In our conversation with Mark, we explore his work building AI storytelling systems, mainly those that try and predict what listeners think will happen next in a story and how he brings together many different threads of ML/AI […]

L-sit Progressions Workout

L-sit Progressions and Movement Workout This week at Raw Training Australia, Dave, Jay and I worked on our L-sit. The goal of this workout was to accumulate as much time as possible holding a strict L-sit. It turned out to be a lot harder than what I thought. Workout details: 1 – 5 sets of […]

3 Benefits of Cold Showers

I’ve been taking cold showers for the past few months. At the start they sucked and they still suck but the feeling I get after taking one is well and truly worth it. There are hundreds of benefits to cold showers and in today’s episode, I go over my top three. Thank you all for […]

Probabilistic Numeric CNNs with Roberto Bondesan – #482

Today we kick off our ICLR 2021 coverage joined by Roberto Bondesan, an AI Researcher at Qualcomm. In our conversation with Roberto, we explore his paper Probabilistic Numeric Convolutional Neural Networks, which represents features as Gaussian processes, providing a probabilistic description of discretization error. We discuss some of the other work the team at Qualcomm […]

Nicola Mendelsohn CBE in discussion with Dame Vivian Hunt | CogX 2020

Nicola Mendelsohn CBE in discussion with Dame Vivian Hunt Nicola Mendelsohn CBE – Vice President, Facebook EMEA – Facebook Dame Vivian Hunt – Managing Partner, UK & Ireland – McKinsey & Company There’s never been a greater need to explore the role that technology will play in helping us rebuild, reconstruct and get the next […]

The evolution of deep learning and PyTorch

Soumith Chintala, co-author and maintainer of PyTorch, shares the story of how the framework was created and evolved. He also shares the future directions of this community-driven framework. You can find more information on the fundamental concepts behind deep learning and PyTorch in this video: YouTube Source for this Meta AI (Facebook AI) Video

Building Technical Communities at Stack Overflow with Prashanth Chandrasekar – #526

In this special episode of the show, we’re excited to bring you our conversation with Prashanth Chandrasekar, CEO of Stack Overflow. This interview was recorded as a part of the annual Prosus AI Marketplace event. In our discussion with Prashanth, we explore the impact the pandemic has had on Stack Overflow, how they think about […]

TWiML & AI x Machine Learning Study Group – Session 6 – November 11, 2018

**SUBSCRIBE AND TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS** **** This video is a recap of our x TWiML Online Machine Learning Study Group. In this session, we review Lesson 6, Data Products and Live Coding. It’s not too late to join the study group. Just follow these simple steps: 1. Head over to, and sign up […]

10 More Cool Deep Learning Applications | Two Minute Papers #52

In this episode, we present another round of incredible deep learning applications! _________________________ 1. Colorization – 2. RNN Music on Bob Sturm’s YouTube channel – 3. Flow Machines by Sony – 4. RNN Passwords – 5. Deep Compression: Compressing Deep Neural Networks with Pruning, Trained Quantization and Huffman Coding – […]

Two Minute Papers: NeuroSAT: An AI That Learned Solving Logic Problems

❤️ This video has been kindly supported by my friends at Arm Research. Check them out here! – 📝 The paper “Learning a SAT Solver from Single-Bit Supervision” is available here: 🙏 We would like to thank our generous Patreon supporters who make Two Minute Papers possible: 313V, Alex Haro, Andrew Melnychuk, Angelos […]