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Tesla unveils new Dojo supercomputer so powerful it tripped the power grid


Tesla has unveiled its latest version of its Dojo supercomputer and it's apparently so powerful that it tripped the power grid in Palo Alto. Dojo is Tesla's own custom supercomputer platform built from the ground up for AI machine learning and more specifically for video training using the video data coming from its fleet of vehicles. The automaker already has a large NVIDIA GPU-based supercomputer that is one of the most powerful in the world, but the new Dojo custom-built computer is using chips and an entire infrastructure designed by Tesla. The custom-built supercomputer is expected to elevate Tesla's capacity to train neural nets using video data, which is critical to its computer vision technology powering its self-driving effort. Last year, at Tesla's AI Day, the company unveiled its Dojo supercomputer, but the company was still ramping up its effort at the time.

Deep Learning


Deep learning is the sub-field of Machine Learning (ML). If you don't know about Machine Learning, refer to my previous article on Machine Learning. Deep Learning (also called Deep Structured Learning) is a sub-field of Machine Learning methods based on artifical neural network (describe later) with features learning (it is a technique that allows a system to automatically discover the representation needed for classification from raw data). Deep Learning is a subset of ML, which is essentially a neural network with a stack of layers. These neural networks attempt to simulate the behavior of the human brain -- albeit far from matching its ability -- allowing it to "learn" from large amounts of data.

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Computer Vision - Richard Szeliski


As humans, we perceive the three-dimensional structure of the world around us with apparent ease. Think of how vivid the three-dimensional percept is when you look at a vase of flowers sitting on the table next to you. You can tell the shape and translucency of each petal through the subtle patterns of light and shading that play across its surface and effortlessly segment each flower from the background of the scene (Figure 1.1). Looking at a framed group por- trait, you can easily count (and name) all of the people in the picture and even guess at their emotions from their facial appearance. Perceptual psychologists have spent decades trying to understand how the visual system works and, even though they can devise optical illusions1 to tease apart some of its principles (Figure 1.3), a complete solution to this puzzle remains elusive (Marr 1982; Palmer 1999; Livingstone 2008).

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OpenRAIL: Towards open and responsible AI licensing frameworks


Open & Responsible AI licenses ("OpenRAIL") are AI-specific licenses enabling open access, use and distribution of AI artifacts while requiring a responsible use of the latter. OpenRAIL licenses could be for open and responsible ML what current open software licenses are to code and Creative Commons to general content: a widespread community licensing tool. Advances in machine learning and other AI-related areas have flourished these past years partly thanks to the ubiquity of the open source culture in the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) sector, which has permeated into ML research and development dynamics. Notwithstanding the benefits of openness as a core value for innovation in the field, (not so already) recent events related to the ethical and socio-economic concerns of development and use of machine learning models have spread a clear message: Openness is not enough. Closed systems are not the answer though, as the problem persists under the opacity of firms' private AI development processes.

Arize AI aims to bring ML observability to Google Cloud Marketplace


Were you unable to attend Transform 2022? Check out all of the summit sessions in our on-demand library now! Gaining visibility into how a machine learning (ML) model is working is a critical aspect of ensuring the performance and success of artificial intelligence (AI) efforts within any organization. Founded in 2020, Arize AI aimes to provide ML observability. Its platform provides insight into common issues such as bias, data integrity and data drift -- all of which can potentially lead to incorrect predictions.

Deep Dive: How synthetic data can enhance AR/VR and the metaverse


Were you unable to attend Transform 2022? Check out all of the summit sessions in our on-demand library now! The metaverse has captivated our collective imagination. The exponential development in internet-connected devices and virtual content is preparing the metaverse for general acceptance, requiring businesses to go beyond traditional approaches to create metaverse content. However, next-generation technologies such as the metaverse, which employs artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), rely on enormous datasets to function effectively.

Avito Demand Prediction


In e-commerce, combinations of tiny, nuanced details of the product can build a massive difference in increasing the interest of a user to purchase a product or services. This leads to a problem in analyzing the demand of the product that the seller wants to sell. Avito is the most popular classifieds site in Russia and is the second biggest classifieds site in the world after Craigslist. The dataset provided for this case study has been created by the Avito's team itself and has various categorical features such as advertisement id, advertisement title, advertisement description, advertisement image, item_id, user_id, etc with deal_probablity as the target variable. Here the deal probability is the continuous variable which ranges from 0 to 1. Zeros indicate the least probabilities of the item to be purchased and 1 indicates the highest probabilities of the item to be purchased.