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August 2016

Engineering Practical Machine Learning Systems with Xavier Amatriain
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Xavier Amatriain is a former machine learning researcher who went on to lead the recommender systems team at Netflix, and is now the vice president of engineering at Quora, the Q&A site.read more
How to Build Confidence as an ML Developer with Siraj Raval
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This week we discuss Intel’s latest deep learning acquisition, AI in the Olympics, image completion with deep learning in TensorFlow, and how you can win a free ticket to the O’Reilly AI Conference in New York City, plus a bunch more.read more
Podcast Update: Focus on Interviews
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If you’ve listened to the podcast before, you know that what I’ve tried to do each week is to collect and discuss the most interesting and important machine learning and…

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Intel Buys Nervana Systems to Break NVIDIA’s Hold on Deep Learning Hardware
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On the heels of last week’s $200 million acquisition by Apple of Turi acquisition, Intel announced on Tuesday yet another acquisition in the machine learning and AI space, this time with the $400 million acquisition of deep learning cloud startup Nervana.read more
Self-Driving Car Startup Comma.ai Releases Video and Sensor Dataset
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Autonomous driving startup Comma.ai released a small dataset that lets you try your hand at building your own models for controlling a self-driving vehicle.read more
Another Huge ML Acquisition, AI in the Olympics + Win a Free Ticket to the O’Reilly AI Conference—TWIML 2016/08/12
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This week we discuss Intel’s latest deep learning acquisition, AI in the Olympics, image completion with deep learning in TensorFlow, and how you can win a free ticket to the O’Reilly AI Conference in New York City, plus a bunch more.read more
Machine Learning Identifies Autism Genes, Weaponized AI for Phishing, and a Twitter Sarcasm Detector
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A team of researchers from Princeton University published a paper outlining their work applying machine learning to the challenge of identifying genetic causes of autism, researchers from security research firm ZeroFOX published a paper on “weaponizing data science for social engineering," and researchers at the University of Lisbon in Portugal and UT Austin show how to make a Twitter sarcasm detector.read more
New TITAN X Benchmark, Plus What to Do When You Need More GPUs
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Researchers on the MXNet team were among the lucky folks that have their hands on the GPU at this point and they published an initial benchmark this week following the deepmark deep learning benchmarking protocol. Plus a "deep learning supercomputer" and Azure N-Series.read more
ML/AI Companies CognitiveScale, People.ai, Artisto on the Move
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Startup CognitiveScale, which bills itself as “The Cognitive Cloud Company”, announce the close of $21.8M in series b financing from Norwest Ventures and Intel Capital. Intel’s been pretty busy investor in the ML space—you’ll recall we touched on their Itseez acquisition and Lumiata investment back in June.read more
Cybersecurity, AI, and the Autonomous Hacker Bots Competing in DARPA’s Grand Cyber Challenge
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News broke late last week of Apple’s acquisition of Seattle-based machine learning startup Turi, for a reported $200 million.read more
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