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May 2019

Microsoft open sources Bing vector search and more from TWIML & AI
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Bits & Bytes Microsoft open sources Bing vector search. The company published its vector search toolkit,  Space Partition Tree and Graph (SPTAG) [Github], which provides tools for building, searching and serving large…

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Snorkel: A System for Fast Training Data Creation with Alex Ratner
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Today we’re joined by Alex Ratner, Ph.D. student at Stanford, to discuss his work on Snorkel, a framework for creating training data with weak supervised learning techniques. … Read the…

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Advancing Autonomous Vehicle Development Using Distributed Deep Learning with Adrien Gaidon
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In this, the kickoff episode of AI Platforms Vol. 2, we’re joined by Adrien Gaidon, Machine Learning Lead at Toyota Research Institute. … Read the rest

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TWIML Presents: AI Platforms Vol. 2
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Over the next few weeks on the podcast, we’re bringing you volume 2 of our AI Platforms series.… Read the rest

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Are We Being Honest About How Difficult AI Really Is? with David Ferrucci
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Today we’re joined by David Ferrucci, Founder, CEO, and Chief Scientist at Elemental Cognition, a company focused on building natural learning systems that understand the world the way people do.…

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Happy 3rd Birthday TWIML!!!
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Today is a very special day! We’re celebrating the third (!!!) birthday of your favorite ML and AI podcast! It’s been a truly amazing experience bringing you the podcast every…

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Gauge Equivariant CNNs, Generative Models, and the Future of AI with Max Welling
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Today we’re joined by Max Welling, research chair in machine learning at the University of Amsterdam, as well as VP of technologies at Qualcomm, and Fellow at the Canadian Institute…

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Can We Trust Scientific Discoveries Made Using Machine Learning? with Genevera Allen
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On today’s show, we’re joined by Genevera Allen, associate professor of statistics in the EECS Department at Rice University, Founder and Director of the Rice Center for Transforming Data to…

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Creative Adversarial Networks for Art Generation with Ahmed Elgammal
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Today we’re joined by Ahmed Elgammal, a professor in the department of computer science at Rutgers, and director of The Art and Artificial Intelligence Lab. … Read the rest

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Diagnostic Visualization for Machine Learning with YellowBrick w/ Rebecca Bilbro
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Today we close out our PyDataSci series joined by Rebecca Bilbro, head of data science at ICX media and co-creator of the popular open-source visualization library YellowBrick. … Read the…

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