Today we’re joined by Delip Rao, vice president of research at the AI Foundation, co-author of the book Natural Language Processing with PyTorch, and creator of the Fake News Challenge.
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Our conversation begins with the origin story of the Fake News Challenge, including Delip’s initial motivations for the project, and what some of his key takeaways were from that experience. We then dive into a discussion about the generation and detection of artificial content, including “fake news” and “deep fakes.” We discuss the state of generation and detection for text, video, and audio, the key challenges in each of these modalities, the role of GANs on both sides of the equation, and other potential solutions. Finally, we discuss Delip’s new book, Natural Language Processing with PyTorch and his philosophy behind writing it.
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- Fake News Challenge
- Natural Language Processing with PyTorch
- Dean Pomerleau
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