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Senior SDE, Alexa Artificial Intelligence

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Job summaryThe Alexa Artificial Intelligence is a team behind the smart, instantly familiar, and universal personal assistant -- Alexa. We are looking for exceptional Senior Engineers to be a part of a world class team changing the way people interact with digital personal assistants anytime and anywhere. You will have an enormous opportunity to impact the customer experience, design, architecture, and implementation of services behind Alexa understanding and decision-making.You should be somebody who is passionate about customers and running highly available cloud-based distributed platform. You will work in a close-knit team environment of shared responsibility. The ideal candidate will have experience in Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Understanding and Machine Learning, and will have developed low latency and highly available systems (four nines) over the course of their career.As part of the team you will:Solve novel problems as we shape the future of conversational AIHelp define product features, drive the system architecture, and spearhead the best engineering practicesDesign and build systems that scale across millions of active users and devicesPartner with scientists and other engineers to help invent, implement, and connect sophisticated algorithms to our cloud based enginesOperate in an Agile environment to deliver high quality software that makes an impactOur team is growing and we are looking for the right engineer to help us make Alexa smarter.


SHAP values: Machine Learning interpretability and feature selection made easy.

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For instance, you can see here that OverallQual is the feature that has the most impact on the model output. High values (colored in red on the graph above) of OverallQual can increase a property's price by 60,000 and low values can decrease a price by 20,000. Interesting to know if you're in real estate, isn't it? But this is not all of what SHAP can do! SHAP can also explain a single prediction.


Does this AI know it's alive?

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We don't have much reason to think that they have an internal monologue, the kind of sense perception humans have, or an awareness that they're a being in the world. Over the weekend, the Washington Post's Nitasha Tiku published a profile of Blake Lemoine, a software engineer assigned to work on the Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA) project at Google. LaMDA is a chatbot AI, and an example of what machine learning researchers call a "large language model," or even a "foundation model." It's similar to OpenAI's famous GPT-3 system, and has been trained on literally trillions of words compiled from online posts to recognize and reproduce patterns in human language. LaMDA is a really good large language model.


Machine Translation of Languages in Artificial Intelligence - GeeksforGeeks

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The automatic translation of text from one natural language (the source) to another is known as machine translation (the target). It was one of the first applications for computers that were imagined (Weaver, 1949). The translation is tough since it necessitates a thorough understanding of the text in the most general scenario. This is true even for very basic messages, such as one-word "texts." Consider the word "Open" on a store's front door.


How the cloud influences digital transformation – Techaeris

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A few decades ago, tech innovations like artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and machine learning were more fiction than reality.


Machine learning predicts oral cancer risk

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The Interactive Talk presentation, "Predicting Oral Cancer Risk using Machine Learning", will take place on Saturday, June 25th, 2022 at 2 p.m. The study, undertaken by John Adeoye of the University of Hong Kong, SAR China, aims to develop a machine learning-based platform to predict the risk of oral cancer and oral potentially malignant disorders (OPMDs). Visual oral examination (VOE) was performed among 1467 participants of a community-based screening program by three calibrated dentists prospectively. Each individual's status was defined as positive/negative for oral cancer/OPMDs and histologic confirmation of epithelial dysplasia (ED) and squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) was performed for positive status. Follow-up status of those that screened negative was monitored via state-linked electronic health records.


MLOps platform

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At Neu.ro we believe in the power of community and positive change through the dialogue. This week we mark an important milestone in Neu.ro Ethical and Sustainable strategy that we have recently implied in our company – a report from a non-profit organization "All tech is human". Neu.ro CEO, Arthur McCallum has been featured in the latest paper by the responsible AI community and answered a range of questions on the current and future state of Ethical AI and our role in the fast-changing industry:


Will the next STAR WARS originate from an NFT?

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Star Wars is one of the most popular sci-fi brands in history and has inspired and captivated generations of fans. Can this feat be repeated? I believe the booming Web 3.0 culture, supported by NFTs can be a launchpad for a new mega-hit cultural sci-fi brand. NFT (Non-Fungible Token) is a new world that lots of people are not familiar with. Imagine the Internet in the early 1990s.


Amazon.com: Python Programming for Beginners: 2 Books in 1 - The Ultimate Step-by-Step Guide To Learn Python Programming Quickly with Practical Exercises (Computer Programming) eBook : Reed, Mark: Kindle Store

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Mark Reed is a senior software engineer, programmer, entrepreneur & writer who works with tech enthusiasts, & passionate to learn more about programming and machine learning. After spending nearly a decade working for companies such as Google and Apple, Mark gained an in-depth knowledge of software systems and applications. As our society becomes increasingly reliant on technology, Mark believes that technology is at the very core of our life and is profoundly changing the way we live and work. Mark has worked as a consultant for startups for many years & he has become a best-selling author for his books on programming, including Python, C# & SQL. Mark holds an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Los Angeles.


How this AI tool can detect Alzheimer's by analyzing subtle linguistic patterns

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We may be one step closer to an artificial intelligence (AI) tool capable of diagnosing Alzheimer's disease faster and more accurately, according to a new study conducted by Stevens Institute of Technology. "This is a real breakthrough. We're opening an exciting new field of research, and making it far easier to explain to patients why the A.I. came to the conclusion that it did, while diagnosing patients. This addresses the important question of trustability of A.I .systems in the medical field," said K.P. Subbalakshmi, the lead researcher. The new AI tool involves the analyzation of subtle linguistic patterns characteristic of people with a neurodegenerative disease.