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July 2016

Open Source Data Science Masters, Hybrid AI, Algorithmic Ethics & More with Clare Corthell
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An interview with Clare Corthell, Founding Partner of Luminant Data. We cover her background and what she’s been up to lately, the Open Source Data Science Masters project that she created, getting beyond the beginner’s plateau in machine learning and data science, hybrid AI, the top 3 lessons from her time as a consulting data scientist, and algorithmic ethics.read more
New Layer Normalization Technique Speeds RNN Training
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A paper published by Jimmy Lei Ba, Jamie Ryan Kiros and Geoffrey Hinton of the University of Toronto, introduces a new technique for training deep networks called Layer Normalization.read more
Questionable Enterprise AI Adoption Data
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A new survey, titled “Outlook on Artificial Intelligence in the Enterprise 2016,” was published by Narrative Science, however the numbers didn't quite add up for me.read more
NVIDIA’s New “Crazy, Reckless” GPU For Deep Learning
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Last week, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang unveiled the company’s new flagship GPU, the NVIDIA TITAN X, and gifted the first device off of the assembly line to famed ML Researcher Andrew Ng.read more
Google Cloud Platform Releases Two New Cloud Machine Learning Products
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In a blog post on Wednesday, Rich Evans, a Research Engineer at Google DeepMind and Jim Gao, a Data Center Engineer at Google, described work the company has done to manage the power consumption of one of their data centers using machine learning, the result of which has been to lower the amount of energy they’ve used for cooling by as much as 40%.read more
Google Uses Machine Learning to Cut Datacenter Power Usage
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In a blog post on Wednesday, Rich Evans, a Research Engineer at Google DeepMind and Jim Gao, a Data Center Engineer at Google, described work the company has done to manage the power consumption of one of their data centers using machine learning, the result of which has been to lower the amount of energy they’ve used for cooling by as much as 40%.read more
AI to Keep Stray Cats Off Your Lawn, Controlling a Toy Robot With TensorFlow
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What do you do if you’re an NVIDIA employee and you’re tired of your neighbor’s cats hanging out on your front lawn? Well, if you’re Bob Bond you build a deep learning based controller for your sprinkler system and train it to recognize cats! Also, autonomously control a GoPiGo robot with TensorFlow.read more
Google’s Wide & Deep Learning Models
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This post is an excerpt from the July 15, 2016 edition of the This Week in Machine Learning & AI podcast. You can listen or subscribe to the podcast below.…

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Algorithmia’s Deep-Learning Marketplace & New CNN Benchmarks
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Algorithmia's new deep learning services. Deep learning framework landscape. Convolutional neural net benchmarks. AWS-SPOT-BOT for launching EC2 spot instances. The new Jupyter Lab and DeepLearning4J 4.0.read more
Machine Learning for Datacenter Optimization, a ‘Crazy’ New GPU from NVIDIA & Faster RNN Training–TWIML 2016/07/22
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This week’s show covers Google’s use of machine learning to cut datacenter power consumption, NVIDIA’s new ‘crazy, reckless’ GPU, and a new Layer Normalization technique that promises to reduce the…

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