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Can science writing be automated?

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The work of a science writer, including this one, includes reading journal papers filled with specialized technical terminology, and figuring out how to explain their contents in language that readers without a scientific background can understand. Now, a team of scientists at MIT and elsewhere has developed a neural network, a form of artificial intelligence (AI), that can do much the same thing, at least to a limited extent: It can read scientific papers and render a plain-English summary in a sentence or two. Even in this limited form, such a neural network could be useful for helping editors, writers, and scientists scan a large number of papers to get a preliminary sense of what they're about. But the approach the team developed could also find applications in a variety of other areas besides language processing, including machine translation and speech recognition. The work is described in the journal Transactions of the Association for Computational Linguistics, in a paper by Rumen Dangovski and Li Jing, both MIT graduate students; Marin Soljačić, a professor of physics at MIT; Preslav Nakov, a senior scientist at the Qatar Computing Research Institute, HBKU; and Mićo Tatalović, a former Knight Science Journalism fellow at MIT and a former editor at New Scientist magazine.


r/MachineLearning - [P] I used a Variational Autoencoder to build a feature-based face editing software

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In my latest weekend-project I have been using a Variational Autoencoder to build a feature-based face editor. The model is explained in my youtube video. The feature editing is based on modifying the latent distribution of the VAE. After training of the VAE is completed, the latent space is mapped by encoding the training data once more. Latent space vectors of each feature are determined based on the labels of the training data.


r/MachineLearning - [D] Translating text from Portuguese to English - unexpected funny result

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While following the guide on How to Develop a Neural Machine Translation System from Scratch, I'm trying to create a translation system for Portuguese-English.


r/MachineLearning - [R] HARK Side of Deep Learning -- From Grad Student Descent to Automated Machine Learning

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Abstract: Recent advancements in machine learning research, i.e., deep learning, introduced methods that excel conventional algorithms as well as humans in several complex tasks, ranging from detection of objects in images and speech recognition to playing difficult strategic games. However, the current methodology of machine learning research and consequently, implementations of the real-world applications of such algorithms, seems to have a recurring HARKing (Hypothesizing After the Results are Known) issue. In this work, we elaborate on the algorithmic, economic and social reasons and consequences of this phenomenon. Furthermore, a potential future trajectory of machine learning research and development from the perspective of accountable, unbiased, ethical and privacy-aware algorithmic decision making is discussed. We would like to emphasize that with this discussion we neither claim to provide an exhaustive argumentation nor blame any specific institution or individual on the raised issues.


r/deeplearning - Learning to paint: A Painting AI

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Abstract: We show how to teach machines to paint like human painters, who can use a few strokes to create fantastic paintings. By combining the neural renderer and model-based Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL), our agent can decompose texture-rich images into strokes and make long-term plans. For each stroke, the agent directly determines the position and color of the stroke. Excellent visual effect can be achieved using hundreds of strokes. The training process does not require experience of human painting or stroke tracking data.


r/deeplearning - Why deep learning may not be the right solution for your business

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Limited interpretability - It is important because of new insights into relationships between numerous variables and expected outcomes, it increases the trust and understandability.


Global and Regional Artificial Intelligence (AI) Chips Market Report with Major Vendor Landscape …

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Then it analyzed the world's main region Artificial Intelligence (AI) Chips market conditions, including the product price, profit, capacity, production, …


Global Artificial Intelligence Market Insights 2019-2024 : H2O, Braina, nanoRep, Reach Accountant …

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The global "Artificial Intelligence Market" consist of detail market report including segmentation, company profile, factors of growth, restraining factors …



The Artificial Intelligence Weapons Debate

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Artificial intelligence (AI) weapons can attack with increased speed and precision than the existing systems.