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February 2018

Inverse Programming for Deeper AI with Zenna Tavares
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For today’s show, the final episode of our Black in AI Series, I’m joined by Zenna Tavares, a PhD student in the both the department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences…

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Statistical Relational Artificial Intelligence with Sriraam Natarajan
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In this episode, I speak with Sriraam Natarajan, Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at UT Dallas. … Read the rest

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Bits & Bytes – 2.21.18
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Bits & Bytes Amazon to design its own AI chips for Alexa, Echo devices. This announcement follows similar moves made by rivals Apple and Google, both of which have developed custom AI…

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#MyAI, Your AI: Thoughts from our TWIML Community on Consumer AI
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#MyAI, Your AI A few weeks back, following my visit to CES, I asked you to share your thoughts on AI in our personal lives. We’ve seen some insightful responses…

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Classical Machine Learning for Infant Medical Diagnosis with Charles Onu
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In this episode, part 4 in our Black in AI series, i’m joined by Charles Onu, Phd Student at McGill University in Montreal & Founder of Ubenwa, a startup tackling…

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Bits & Bytes – 2.16.18
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Bits & Bytes Nest returns to the Google nest in AI push. Google is bringing device maker Nest back under its control as it fights Amazon and Apple for a foothold in the…

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The Importance of Diversity in AI
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Hi there! The Importance of Diversity in AI Many have explored the link between corporate diversity and performance, notably including 2015 and 2017 studies by McKinsey. These studies, which looked at 366 and 1,000…

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Learning “Common Sense” and Physical Concepts with Roland Memisevic
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In today’s episode, I’m joined by Roland Memisevic, co-founder, CEO, and chief scientist at Twenty Billion Neurons. … Read the rest

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Trust in Human-Robot/AI Interactions with Ayanna Howard
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In this episode, the third in our Black in AI series, I speak with Ayanna Howard, Chair of the Interactive School of Computing at Georgia Tech. … Read the rest

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Thanks for coming by to share your thoughts on home and personal AI. Click the button below to get started. Feel free to freestyle, but here are some topics you…

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