Last Month's News About AI and Machine Learning

by Robin Laurens, on Mar 4, 2018 3:25:47 PM

What happened last month in the world of AI? Google released some exciting things, like Google Clips, and a free crash course that gives you a practical introduction to Machine Learning. Further on, the question about how our lifes will change with AI in the future continues. Read all the interesting news here!

 

1. Learning with Google AI: making ML education available to everyone - Google Blog

Google has released a new website called Learn with Google AI which includes a free Machine Learning crash course to make the field of AI and machine learning more accesible for everyone. The site provides information and courses for all levels of AI enthusiasts, from researchers looking for advanced tutorials to beginners. The main goal, according to Google, is for every machine learning enthusiast to “learn about core ML concepts, develop and hone your ML skills, and apply ML to real-world problems.”

2. BOT or NOT series - Geekwire 

Geekwire dedicated a whole series of articles to the relationship between humans and machines, examining the ways that robots, artificial intelligence and automation are impacting our work and lives. Their latest article is about Paul Allen's Project Alexandra, a project that aims to set benchmarks for common-sense AI. The project will focus on general questions like  “Could an elephant fit through this doorway?” … “What would you typically find in a trash can?” … “Will this action be harmful to humans?”

3. IBM Watson CTO Rob High on bias and other challenges in machine learning - Techcrunch

Machine Learning with lesser data - is it possible? And how can we make our conversational interaction with humans more natural? These are some of the challenges CTO of IBM Rob High is focussing on at the moment, and he's not the only one. Find out which challenges the big tech companies are facing and overcoming at this very moment. 

4. The sublime and Scary Future of Cameras with A.I. Brains - The New York Times

Topics:Google CloudAI and Machine Learning

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