Woman dupes dozens of men into weirdest Tinder date ever for viral marketing agency

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One woman set up a Tinder date with dozens of men to have them battle for her heart. The Tinder user who duped hundreds of men into showing up at Union Square for a phony date Sunday was actually a stunt for a "viral marketing agency" -- the same one that famously recorded hidden-camera footage of a woman being catcalled as she walked around New York City. "We will be releasing a video Thursday that explains the entire project and story," marketer Rob Bliss of Rob Bliss Creative told The Post. Bliss, whose company "specializes in making viral video campaigns," created the widely-shared "10 hours of walking in NYC as a woman" clip for an anti-harassment non-profit in 2014. In his latest production, a model and actress named Natasha Aponte invited unwitting men she met on Tinder to the public square on Sunday for what they thought was a hot date.


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Auto-Keras is an open source software library for automated machine learning (AutoML). It is developed by DATA Lab at Texas A&M University and community contributors. The ultimate goal of AutoML is to provide easily accessible deep learning tools to domain experts with limited data science or machine learning background. Auto-Keras provides functions to automatically search for architecture and hyperparameters of deep learning models. Note: currently, Auto-Keras is only compatible with: Python 3.6.


Machine Learning Engineer

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Lily AI is looking for an experienced machine learning engineer to join our Data Science team and help build our AI platform that powers emotionally intelligent user experiences on top e-commerce retailers digital storefronts. You will be part of the core team that builds and deploys ML models in the areas of Object Recognition (image / text), Classification and Recommender Systems. As one of the early engineers at Lily AI, you should feel comfortable working in a fast-paced environment and excited about transforming the user experience in retail. You will collaborate closely with the product and styling teams to provide the best personalization experience and insights by navigating massive amounts of data on products and users. Job Tags: ai, computer vision, keras, machine learning, nlp, pytorch, and tensorflow.


CTRL T podcast: Artificial intelligence may become a human rights issue

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Welcome back to another glorious episode of CTRL T. This week, Henry Pickavet and I explore Amazon's new cashier-less stores that promise no waiting in line -- except to get in -- and Uber's newest C-level executive hire. Full disclosure, I went to USC but Noble was not a professor there at the time. Additional disclosure, I wish I could have had her as a teacher because she's smart as hell. Final disclosure, Henry applied to USC but was rejected. In her book, Noble discusses the ways in which algorithms are biased and perpetuate racism.


The Future of AI-Powered Translation on Social Media Platforms Analytikus - Simplifying Data

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'"There is certainly the incentive for other social media platforms to develop their own AI translation functions too. Google is also moving forward on AI translation. Social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, and others will have to get on board as well, if they want to remain competitive and continue to capture a large share of the reading and viewing market.Marketers will gravitate toward those channels that offer accurate AI translations, as they strive to reach global markets. The savings in time and money are just too attractive. And the opportunities to connect with a global audience for marketing purposes is just too critical.


Global Market for Artificial Intelligence in Higher Education to Grow by 39% by 2020 – BlackBeltHelp Blog

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Higher education has undergone a palpable change in the past decades with the appearance of social media, smartphones and various other technologies on the learning landscape. Artificial Intelligence is one of the key technologies in bringing about this educational overhaul. With its arrival on the scene, we are constantly moving towards smart, personalized automation which promotes productive learning behaviors. A report by the research firm Technavio states that the global market for artificial intelligence in the higher education sector is projected to grow at a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of 39% by 2020! With the rising infiltration of Artificial Intelligence technologies in all walks of life, it is only normal that education followed suit.


Building Products for the AI-Native Future – Hacker Noon

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The last decade was spent building products that were cloud native and mobile native, and this disrupted several industries and changed the way we live. Mobile made it possible for entrepreneurs to use camera and location to build products such as Instagram or Uber. As we look to the future, it is clear that something very exciting lies beyond cloud-native and mobile-native, and that is AI-native. This also means that entrepreneurs and product managers need to rethink both products and the way products are built to make them AI-native. AI-first products are closer to living things.



New Nvidia gaming chips tap artificial intelligence for speed

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Aug 20 (Reuters) - Nvidia Corp on Monday released a new generation of gaming chips that combine its latest "ray tracing" technology and artificial intelligence to give gamers access to more realistic graphics. At a Gamescom 2018 press conference in Cologne, Germany, Nvidia rolled out its newest generation of gaming chips - the RTX 2070, RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti. They are based on its recently launched chip blueprint called "Turing," which Nvidia is also using for higher-priced chips announced last week for game designers, movie makers and other computer graphics professionals. The chips will range from $499 to $999 and will be available in retail stores starting Sept. 20, Chief Executive Jensen Huang said at the event.