One of the main goals with this channel is to provide viewers at home with the resources that you need to be able to access all kinds of new AI technology. I try my best to make them appear often entertaining but also informative and easy to watch.
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.
GPT-3 was announced nearly two years ago in May 2020. It came out a year after the original GPT paper was published. OpenAI CEO Sam Altman stated a few months ago that GPT4 is on the way.
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.