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Weeky Review 2 June 2017

Source: Computational Intelligence
Below are some of the interesting links I Tweeted about recently.

  1. An interview on how deep learning is used to infer human emotions: https://www.oreilly.com/ideas/how-ai-is-used-to-infer-human-emotion
  2. Why quantum computing is necessary for the future of AI: http://theinstitute.ieee.org/ieee-roundup/blogs/blog/artificial-intelligences-potential-will-be-realized-by-quantum-computing 
  3. Who is liable when an AI misdiagnoses a patient?

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IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems, Volume 28, Issue 6, June 2017

Source: Computational Intelligence
1. Holographic Graph Neuron: A Bioinspired Architecture for Pattern Processing
Author(s): Denis Kleyko; Evgeny Osipov; Alexander Senior; Asad I. Khan; Yaşar Ahmet Şekerciogğlu
Page(s): 1250 – 1262

2. Robust Joint Graph Sparse Coding for Unsupervised Spectral Feature Selection
Author(s): Xiaofeng Zhu; Xuelong Li; Shichao Zhang; Chunhua Ju; Xindong Wu
Page(s): 1263 – 1275

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Artificial Intelligence Weekly – Artificial Intelligence News #62 – Jun 1st 2017

Source: AI Weekly

In the News

Experts predict when A.I. will exceed human performance

Trucking will be computerized long before surgery, computer scientists say.

technologyreview.com

Is China outsmarting America in A.I.?

China is investing heavily in A.I., both through its government, through tech giants like Tencent, Baidu, Didi Chuxing and through an increasing network of startups and SMEs.

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Expert System reveals Juventus as the fan favorite for the UEFA Champions League

Source: Expert System

The cognitive technology, Cogito, analyzed a sample of 30,000 tweets dedicated to the UEFA Champions League posted by users during the last week of May

– As Italy’s Juventus and Spain’s Real Madrid prepare to face off in Cardiff for the UEFA World Champions League match on June 3, football fans are turning to Twitter to cheer on their favorites.

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Will Trump’s Marriage Last?

Source: Data Robot

Short story: DataRobot Labs has built an application that predicts a 96.3% chance that Donald Trump’s marriage will last at least two more years. By analyzing data from a Stanford study that follows thousands of couples over a period of years, data scientists at DataRobot Labs have created a simple quiz to analyze relationships.  

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Chatbots: Separating the hype from reality

Source: Expert System

Today, chatbots are one of the most common AI based enterprise applications. Most commonly used in support of customer care or for information retrieval, a chatbot is an application that is able to converse with a human via text or voice. A sophisticated chatbot can simulate a human-to-human conversation so well that it may be impossible for the human on the other end of the chat to distinguish whether they are communicating with a computer or a another human.

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Chief Scientist for Government Accountability Office (GAO) visits Sentient to Gather Feedback from AI Experts


Source: Sentient AI
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Chief Scientist for Government Accountability Office (GAO) visits Sentient to Gather Feedback from AI Experts
Chief Scientist for Government Accountability Office (GAO) visits Sentient to Gather Feedback from AI Experts

The other week we had the pleasure of hosting Tim Persons, the Chief Scientist for the Government Accountability Office in coordination with the Churchill Club, at our offices in San Francisco.

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Boulder BI Brain Trust Radio Meets DataRobot

Source: Data Robot

DataRobot’s own Razi Raziuddin and Greg Michaelson were recent guests on the Boulder BI Brain Trust (BBBT) Podcast, hosted by Claudia Imhoff. They covered lots of interesting ground, including what can happen when non-data scientists are turned loose on data. Listen to the whole interview here.

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Xconomy: DataRobut buys Nutonian in union of Accomplice-Backed AI Startups

Source: Data Robot

Here is some noteworthy consolidation in the Boston data science and artificial intelligence sectors: DataRobot has snapped up Nutonian for an undisclosed price, in a deal involving two young companies. The deal shows that five-year-old DataRobot is getting more aggressive in its efforts to become a leader in some increasingly competitive and much-hyped areas of […]

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Clarifai Featured Hack: Use NSFW Blocker to protect your eyes from the internet

Source: Clarifai

The internet can be a scary place lurking with things you can’t unsee. NSFW (Not Safe for Work) Blocker is a Chrome extension that uses Clarifai’s NSFW recognition model to block images that contain unwanted nudity.

UNCODE.initRow(document.getElementById(“script-155339”));

Have you ever Googled something only to be rewarded with unwanted and irrelevant content?

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OpenAI Baselines: DQN

We’re open-sourcing OpenAI Baselines, our internal effort to reproduce reinforcement learning algorithms with performance on par with published results. We’ll release the algorithms over upcoming months; today’s release includes DQN and three of its variants. Reinforcement learning results are tricky to reproduce: performance is very noisy, algorithms have many moving parts which allow for subtle bugs, and many papers don’t…

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