"Many researchers … speculate that the information-processing abilities of biological neural systems must follow from highly parallel processes operating on representations that are distributed over many neurons. [Artificial neural networks] capture this kind of highly parallel computation based on distributed representations"
– from Machine Learning (Section 4.1.1; page 82) by Tom M. Mitchell, McGraw Hill Companies, Inc. (1997).
Experts from MIT and IBM held a webinar this week to discuss where AI technologies are today and advances that will help make their usage more practical and widespread. Artificial intelligence has made significant strides in recent years, but modern AI techniques remain limited, a panel of MIT professors and IBM's director of the Watson AI Lab said during a webinar this week. Neural networks can perform specific, well-defined tasks but they struggle in real-world situations that go beyond pattern recognition and present obstacles like limited data, reliance on self-training, and answering questions like "why" and "how" versus "what," the panel said. The future of AI depends on enabling AI systems to do something once considered impossible: Learn by demonstrating flexibility, some semblance of reasoning, and/or by transferring knowledge from one set of tasks to another, the group said. The panel discussion was moderated by David Schubmehl, a research director at IDC, and it began with a question he posed asking about the current limitations of AI and machine learning.
The human brain has advanced over time in countering survival instincts, harnessing intellectual curiosity, and managing authoritative ordinances of nature. When humans got an idea about the dynamics of the environment, we started with our quest to replicate nature. While the human brain discovers ways to go beyond our physical capabilities, the combination of mathematics, algorithms, computational methods, and statistical models accumulated momentum after Alan Mathison Turing built a mathematical model for biological morphogenesis, and published a seminal paper on computing intelligence. Today, AI has developed from data models for problem-solving to artificial neural networks, a computational model predicated on the structure and functions of human biological neural networks. The brain, customarily perceived as an organ of the human body, should be understood as a biologically predicated form of artificial intelligence (AI).
Digital generated image of data. Lemonade is one of this year's hottest IPOs and a key reason for this is the company's heavy investments in AI (Artificial Intelligence). The company has used this technology to develop bots to handle the purchase of policies and the managing of claims. Then how does a company like this create AI models? Well, as should be no surprise, it is complex and susceptible to failure.
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Transformers and pre-trained models can be considered one of the most important developments in the recent years of deep learning. Beyond the research breakthroughts, Transformers have redefined the natural language understanding(NLU) space sparking a race between lead AI vendors to build bigger and more efficient neural networks. The Transformer architecture has been behind famous models such as Google's BERT, Facebook's RoBERTa or OpenAI's GPT-3. Is not surprising that many people believe that only big companies have the resources to tackle the implementation of Transformer models. Earlier this year, the deep learning community was astonished when Microsoft Research unveiled the Turing Natural Language Generation (T-NLG) model which, at the time, was considered the largest natural language processing(NLP) model in the history of artificial intelligence(AI) with 17 billion parameters.
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Training with artificial images is becoming increasingly important to address the lack of real data sets in various niche areas. Yet, many today's approaches write 2D/3D simulations from scratch. To improve this situation and make better use of existing pipelines, we've been working towards an integration between Blender, an open-source real-time physics enabled animation software, and PyTorch. Today we announce blendtorch, an open-source Python library that seamlessly integrates distributed Blender renderings into PyTorch data pipelines at 60FPS (640x480 RGBA). Batch visualization from 4 Blender instances running a physics enabled falling cubes scene.
Whether you've noticed it or not, Deep Learning (DL) plays an important part in all our lives. From the voice assistants and auto-correct services on your smartphone to the automation of large industries, deep learning is the underlying concept behind these meteoric rises in human progress. A major concept that we implement in deep learning is that of neural networks. A neural network is a computing algorithm of an interconnected system of mathematical formulae used to make predictions by "training" the algorithm on data relevant to the prediction to be made. This is partly inspired by the way neurons are connected in biological brains.
Deep Learning based Network Detection and Response technology leader included in "America's Most Promising Artificial Intelligence Companies"Blue Hexagon, deep learning innovator of Cyber AI You Can Trust was recognized in the 2020 Forbes AI 50 list. As one of America's most promising artificial intelligence (AI) companies, Blue Hexagon is the only real time deep learning cybersecurity company to instantly stop zero-day malware and threats before infiltration, detect and block active adversaries and reduce SOC alert overload."Traditional We are able to achieve 99.8% threat detection accuracy and sub-second verdict speed with our deep learning technology to revolutionize security operations," said Nayeem Islam, CEO of Blue Hexagon. "Forbes included us for using artificial intelligence in meaningful business-oriented ways. We're proud to be included in their list, and believe AI will fundamentally change the way we protect against cyber threats."In