Learn with TWIML in 2020!

Hi Everyone, Happy New Year! TL;DR: I’m excited to announce a couple of new study group offerings in conjunction with our ever-expanding array of TWIML Community programs. One is focused on causality and the other on enterprise AI workflows. We’re collaborating with research scientist and instructor Robert Ness to bring his course sequence, Causal Modeling […]

Welcome back, friends! This month, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Andrew Trask, PhD Student at the University of Oxford, and leader of the OpenMined community, for our latest installment of TWIML Democast. Some of you might remember Andrew from the podcast, where he joined Sam in episode #241 to discuss Privacy-Preserving Decentralized […]

To hear about Josh Tobin’s various projects in robot learning, check out the full interview! The discussion on projects outside of the NeurIPS paper picks up at 15:58 in the podcast. Enjoy! Robots have a particularly hard time with “reading a room.” In order to know how to act, they first need to understand their […]

Ken Goldberg is involved in several projects in collaboration with multiple organizations at UC Berkeley including some technology-based art projects. To hear about all of them, check out the recent TWIML AI Podcast interview, The Third Wave of Robotic Learning with Ken Goldberg.   Ever thought you had a good grip on your phone and […]

Stefan Lee is involved in a number of projects around emergent communication. To hear about more of them, in addition to the ViLBERT model, check out the full interview! TWiML Talk #358 with Stefan Lee. One of the major barriers keeping robots from full immersion in our daily lives, is the reality that meaningful human […]