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AI Revolution - Transformers and Large Language Models (LLMs)

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Part of the challenge of "AI" is we keep raising the bar on what it means for something to be a machine intelligence. Early machine learning models have been quite successful in terms of real world impact. Large scale applications of machine learning today include Google Search and ads targeting, Siri/Alexa, smart routing on mapping applications, self-piloting drones, defense tech like Anduril, and many other areas. Some areas, like self-driving cars, have shown progress but seem to continuously be "a few years" away every few years. Just as all the ideas for smart phones existed in the 1990s but didn't take place until the iphone launched in 2007, self-driving cars are an inevitable part of the future. In parallel, the machine learning (ML) / artificial intelligence (AI) world has been rocked in the last decade by a series of advancements over time in voice recognition (hence Alexa), image recognition (iphone unlock and the erm, non-creepy, passport controls at Airports). Sequential inventions and discovery include CNNs, RNNs, various forms of Deep Learning, GANs, and other innovations.


Implicit vs. Explicit Knowledge for Language Understanding

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The most accurate language understanding systems rely on enterprise knowledge to solve business problems of any complexity. Applying such knowledge is foundational to the symbolic AI approach that excels at horizontal use cases such as text analytics, cognitive processing automation (CPA) and smart customer interactions. Typically stored in a knowledge graph, this knowledge takes the form of vocabularies, taxonomies and rules. Such elements provide consistent definitions of terms so their meaning is clear, while rules supply a means of reasoning through this knowledge so that systems actually understand the text they encounter. The application of explicit knowledge consistently provides the most accurate results for language understanding systems.


Towards Broad AI & The Edge in 2021

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There are those who debate whether the new decade of the 2020s commenced on 1 Jan 2020 or 1 Jan 2021. Either way, one suspects that many around the world will hope that at some point during the course of 2021 the current year will mark a shift away from the events of 2020 and allow for a new start. For a definition of AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning see the Article an Intro to AI. A new administration is in place in the US and the talk is about a major push for Green Technology and the need to stimulate next generation infrastructure including AI and 5G to generate economic recovery with David Knight forecasting that 5G has the potential - the potential - to drive GDP growth of 40% or more by 2030. The Biden administration has stated that it will boost spending in emerging technologies that includes AI and 5G to $300Bn over a four year period. On the other side of the Atlantic Ocean, the EU have announced a Green Deal and also need to consider the European AI policy to develop next generation companies that will drive economic growth and employment.


Remote Django openings near you -Updated September 18, 2022 - Remote Tech Jobs

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Role requiring'No experience data provided' months of experience in None We are seeking a Sr. Software Engineer (Python, Django) to join an innovative company bringing automation and optimization services to new heights. This company is applying for cutting-edge advances in operations research and machine learning to solve real-world challenges that will transform navigation for the future. Based in the Greater Boston area, you will have the chance to solve complex problems and see your solutions come to life in different industries through the use of an ML microservice platform that utilizes Natural Language Processing, Deep Learning, and Computer Vision. We can offer our Sr. Role requiring'No experience data provided' months of experience in Houston Highly Reputable Nationwide Healthcare Company seeks a Software Engineer!


Fulltime NLP Engineer openings in Austin, United States on August 31, 2022

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This role requires you to design and implement end-to-end Machine Learning (ML) and Natural Language Processing (NLP) models and systems to drive business impact. You partner with cross-functional stakeholders and customers to frame business problems as ML problems, prototype solutions effectively, and implement production-grade ML systems and the backend software systems they support to provide end-to-end five-star user experiences. Given you are constructing the foundation on which our global data infrastructure will be built, you need to pay close attention to detail and maintain a forward-thinking outlook as well as scrappiness for the present needs. You thrive in a fast-paced, iterative, but heavily test-driven development environment, with full ownership to design features from scratch to impact the business and the accountability that comes along. Responsibilities:Scoping: Actively participate in customer engagements and partner with cross-functional stakeholders (legal product ...


🍱 The Text-to-Image Synthesis Revolution

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Next week, we will start a new series about text-to-image synthesis models. In the last year, this deep learning discipline has seen an astonishing level of progress. You probably heard about OpenAI DALL-E 2, but plenty of other impressive text-to-image generation models have been created in the last few months. We have seen Google coming up with models like Imagen and Parti; Meta has done amazing work with Make-A-Scene; OpenAI created GLIDE and, of course, DALL-E 2. All these models push the boundaries of text-to-image synthesis in ways that challenge human imagination. However, the innovation is not only coming from the big AI labs but also from startups in the space.


Visualize AI: Solve Challenges and Exploit Opportunities - ValueWalk

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Every day, new organizations announce how AI is revolutionizing the industry with disruptive results . As more and more business decisions are based on AI and advanced data analytics it is critical to provide transparency to the inner workings within that technology. McKinsey Global InstituteHarvard Business Review According to a recent McKinsey Global Institute analysis, the financial services sector is a leading adopter of AI and has the most ambitious AI investment plans. In a related article by the Harvard Business Review, adoption will center on AI technologies like neural-based machine learning and natural language processing because those are the technologies that are beginning to mature and prove their value. Below, we explore a challenge and opportunity that is unique to the rapid adoption of machine learning.


Explainable AI Unleashes the Power of Machine Learning in Banking

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Explainability has taken on more urgency at many banks as a result of increasingly complex AI algorithms, many of which have become critical to the deployment of advanced AI applications in banking, such as facial or voice recognition, securities trading, and cybersecurity. The complexity is due to greater computing power, the explosion of big data, and advances in modeling techniques such as neural networks and deep learning. Several banks are establishing special task forces to spearhead explainability initiatives in coordination with their AI teams and business units. They are also stepping up their oversight of vendor solutions as the use of automated machine learning capabilities continues to grow considerably. Explainability is also becoming a more pressing concern for banking regulators who want to be assured that AI processes and outcomes can be reasonably understood by bank employees.


Wells Fargo CIO: AI and machine learning will move financial services industry forward

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We are excited to bring Transform 2022 back in-person July 19 and virtually July 20 - 28. Join AI and data leaders for insightful talks and exciting networking opportunities. It's simple: In financial services, customer data offers the most relevant services and advice. But, oftentimes, people use different financial institutions based on their needs – their mortgage with one; their credit card with another; their investments, savings and checking accounts with yet another. And in the financial industry more so than others, institutions are notoriously siloed. Largely because the industry is so competitive and highly regulated, there hasn't been much incentive for institutions to share data, collaborate or cooperate in an ecosystem. Customer data is deterministic (that is, relying on first-person sources), so with customers "living across multiple parties," financial institutions aren't able to form a precise picture of their needs, said Chintan Mehta, CIO and head of digital technology and innovation at Wells Fargo.


What is Artificial Intelligence? How does AI work, Types, Trends and Future of it?

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Let's take a detailed look. This is the most common form of AI that you'd find in the market now. These Artificial Intelligence systems are designed to solve one single problem and would be able to execute a single task really well. By definition, they have narrow capabilities, like recommending a product for an e-commerce user or predicting the weather. This is the only kind of Artificial Intelligence that exists today. They're able to come close to human functioning in very specific contexts, and even surpass them in many instances, but only excelling in very controlled environments with a limited set of parameters. AGI is still a theoretical concept. It's defined as AI which has a human-level of cognitive function, across a wide variety of domains such as language processing, image processing, computational functioning and reasoning and so on.