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Tecton Partners with Databricks to Help Enterprises Deploy Machine Learning Applications to Production in Minutes

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SAN FRANCISCO, June 23, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tecton, the enterprise feature store company, today announced a partnership with Databricks, the Data and AI Company and pioneer of the data lakehouse paradigm, to help organizations build and automate their machine learning (ML) feature pipelines from prototype to production. Tecton is integrated with the Databricks Lakehouse Platform so data teams can use Tecton to build production-ready ML features on Databricks in minutes.


10 tracks that harness the power of artificial intelligence

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Despite the numerous AI platforms which serve up routes to auto-generate functional music, many artists who have overtly worked with AI have approached the concept via more individual means. Take Holly Herndon, the Berlin-based composer and musicologist who recently created her own intelligent musical accomplice. Dubbed'Spawn', this vocal-sample generator was taught by Herndon and partner Mat Dryhurst to reproduce a bank of vocal-types (including her own) via months of training its complex neural network. Spawn was able to organically add vocals to tracks presented to it. Though, as Herndon told Art in America, the process is still finding its feet: "AI is not that smart, it's very low fidelity, it's not real time, it's very slow and unwieldy. Spawn can take more than 24 hours to process someone's vocal input. On the other hand, it has some unique capabilities that are pretty exciting-slash-scary. The AI can extract the logic of something outside its operator's own logic and re-create it. This is entirely new for computer music."


Should We Worry About Artificial Intelligence (AI)? - Coding Dojo Blog

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Humanity at a Crossroads--Artificial Intelligence is one of the most intriguing topics today, filled with various arguments and views on whether it's a blessing or a threat to humanity. We might be at the crossroads, but what if AI itself is already crossing the line? If we look at "I, Robot," a sci-fi film that takes place in Chicago circa 2035, highly intelligent robots powered by artificial intelligence fill public service positions and have taken over all the menial jobs, including garbage collection, cooking, and even dog walking throughout the world. The movie came out in 2004 starring Will Smith as Detective Del Spooner who eventually discovers a conspiracy in which AI-powered robots may enslave and hurt the human race. Stephen Hawking, famed physicist, also once said: "Success in creating effective AI could be the biggest event in the history of our civilization. So we can't know for sure if we'll be infinitely helped by AI, or ignored by it and side-lined, or conceivably destroyed by it."


How Close Is AI to Becoming Sentient? – Government Technology

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LaMDA is a machine-learning model that has been trained on mountains of text to mimic human conversation by predicting which word would, …


The Evolution of Data Science and Its Changing Role Evident at ODSC – RTInsights

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In addition, because you've gone to the cloud now, machine learning and data science were catching up with software architecture and what the software …


A Gentle Introduction to Meta Learning

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Originally published on Towards AI the World's Leading AI and Technology News and Media Company. If you are building an AI-related product or service, we invite you to consider becoming an AI sponsor. At Towards AI, we help scale AI and technology startups. Let us help you unleash your technology to the masses. Meta learning is not a single discipline but rather different types of methods that can capture knowledge from learning algorithms.


XGBoost: its present-day powers and use cases

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Google Brain wants creative AI to help humans make "a new kind of art"

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Machine-learning algorithms aren't likely to put painters or singer-songwriters out of work anytime soon, to judge from their body of work to date. But Google Brain is developing tools that pair artists with deep-learning tools to develop novel artwork together, said Douglas Eck, senior staff scientist at the search giant's artificial-intelligence research division, during the MIT Technology Review's EmTech Digital conference on Tuesday. He hopes the platform, called Magenta, will allow people to produce completely new kinds of music and art, in much the way that keyboards, drum machines, and cameras did. Eck said that Magenta could serve a role analogous to that of Les Paul, who helped develop the modern electric guitar. But Eck said they want to keep artists in the loop to push the boundaries of the new tool in interesting ways, like a Jimi Hendrix who flips it upside down, bends the strings, and distorts the sound.


SphereGAN: Novel and Improved Neural Network Developed by Researchers from Chung-Ang University

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Deep neural networks are popularly used for object recognition, detection, and segmentation across different avenues. Of these, generative adversarial networks (GANs) are a superior class of neural networks whose performance exceeds that of conventional neural networks. They are meant to minimize the inconsistencies between real and fake data, and have proven successful for image detection, medical imaging, video prediction, 3D image reconstruction, and more. Despite their growth over the last few years, they are not devoid of limitations. Training conventional GANs is difficult and involves very high computational costs, making them unreliable for complex computer vision problems.


Webinar: Getting to Machine Learning Faster With MariaDB SkySQL and MindsDB

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Learn how to enable fast, efficient machine learning capabilities directly in your database-as-a-service by simply connecting MariaDB SkySQL to …