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Self-Supervised Learning and Its Applications - neptune.ai

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In the past decade, the research and development in AI have skyrocketed, especially after the results of the ImageNet competition in 2012. The focus was largely on supervised learning methods that require huge amounts of labeled data to train systems for specific use cases. In this article, we will explore Self Supervised Learning (SSL) – a hot research topic in a machine learning community. Self-supervised learning (SSL) is an evolving machine learning technique poised to solve the challenges posed by the over-dependence of labeled data. For many years, building intelligent systems using machine learning methods has been largely dependent on good quality labeled data. Consequently, the cost of high-quality annotated data is a major bottleneck in the overall training process.


Neuromorphic chips more energy efficient for deep learning

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Neuromorphic chips have been endorsed in research showing that they are much more energy efficient at operating large deep learning networks than non-neuromorphic hardware. This may become important as AI adoption increases. The study was carried out by the Institute of Theoretical Computer Science at the Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) in Austria using Intel's Loihi 2 silicon, a second-generation experimental neuromorphic chip announced by Intel Labs last year that has about a million artificial neurons. Their research paper, "A Long Short-Term Memory for AI Applications in Spike-based Neuromorphic Hardware," published in Nature Machine Intelligence, claims that the Intel chips are up to 16 times more energy efficient in deep learning tasks than performing the same task on non-neuromorphic hardware. The hardware tested consisted of 32 Loihi chips.


Microsoft expands its AI partnership with Meta

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Microsoft and Meta are extending their ongoing AI partnership, with Meta selecting Azure as "a strategic cloud provider" to accelerate its own AI research and development. Microsoft officials shared more details about the latest on the Microsoft-Meta partnership on Day 2 of the Microsoft Build 2022 developers conference. Microsoft and Meta -- back when it was still known as Facebook -- announced the ONNX (Open Neural Network Exchange) format in 2017 in the name of enabling developers to move deep-learning models between different AI frameworks. Microsoft open sourced the ONNX Runtime, which is the inference engine for models in the ONNX format, in 2018. Today, Meta officials said they'll be using Azure to accelerate research and development across the Meta AI group.


25 Best edX Courses for Data Science and Machine Learning

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The course material of this course is available freely. But for the certificate, you have to pay. In this course, you will learn the foundational TensorFlow concepts such as the main functions, operations, and execution pipelines. This course will also teach how to use TensorFlow in curve fitting, regression, classification, and minimization of error functions. You will understand different types of Deep Architectures, such as Convolutional Networks, Recurrent Networks, and Autoencoders.


Suicidal Text Analysis Using NLP

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It is estimated that each year many people, most of whom are teenagers and young adults die by suicide worldwide. Suicide receives special attention with many countries developing national strategies for prevention. It is found that, social media is one of the most powerful tool from where we can analyze the text and estimate the chances of suicidal thoughts. Using nlp we can analyze twitter and reddit texts monitor the actions of that person. The most difficult part to prevent suicide is to detect and understand the complex risk factors and warning signs that may lead to suicide.


Advanced Data Science Capstone

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As a coursera certified specialization completer you will have a proven deep understanding on massive parallel data processing, data exploration and visualization, and advanced machine learning & deep learning. You'll understand the mathematical foundations behind all machine learning & deep learning algorithms. You can apply knowledge in practical use cases, justify architectural decisions, understand the characteristics of different algorithms, frameworks & technologies & how they impact model performance & scalability. If you choose to take this specialization and earn the Coursera specialization certificate, you will also earn an IBM digital badge. To find out more about IBM digital badges follow the link ibm.biz/badging.


CNN for Autonomous Driving

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Artificial intelligence is entering our lives at a rapid pace. We can say that society is currently undergoing a digital transformation, as there is a profound paradigm shift within it. As more and…


Machine Learning and Deep Learning Q&A

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Google Is Close To Achieving True Artificial Intelligence?

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DeepMind, a Google-owned British company, might be on the verge of creating human-level artificial intelligence. The revelation was made by the company's lead researcher Dr. Nando de Freitas in response to The Next Web columnist Tristan Greene who claimed humans will never achieve AGI. For anyone who doesn't know, AGI refers to a machine or program that can understand or learn any intellectual task that humans can. It can also do so without training. Addressing the somewhat pessimistic op-ed, and the decades-long quest to develop artificial general intelligence, Dr de Freitas said the game is over.


The Deep Learning Tool We Wish We Had In Grad School

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Machine learning PhD students are in a unique position: they often need to run large-scale experiments to conduct state-of-the-art research but they don't have the support of the platform teams that industrial ML engineers can rely on. As former PhD students ourselves, we recount our hands-on experience with these challenges and explain how open-source tools like Determined would have made grad school a lot less painful. When we started graduate school as PhD students at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), we thought the challenge laid in having novel ideas, testing hypotheses, and presenting research. Instead, the most difficult part was building out the tooling and infrastructure needed to run deep learning experiments. While industry labs like Google Brain and FAIR have teams of engineers to provide this kind of support, independent researchers and graduate students are left to manage on their own.