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In his talk, Kristian Hammond discusses the evolution of communication by artificial intelligence. Hammond mentions potential future uses, as well as practical applications of machine-generated language that are already affecting, and improving, our day-to-day lives. In addition to being Chief Scientist, Kris is a professor of Computer Science at Northwestern University. Prior to Northwestern, Kris founded the University of Chicago’s Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. His research has always been focused on artificial
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The questions: What is machine learning in data science & what is machine learning used for are a bit ironic since the ML algorithms of youtube are what determined to show you this video in the first place. On this video you will learn the science behind ML or machine learning and a.i or artificial intelligence and what they are used for. Deep learning is another concept that we will focus on another video. Machine learning and ai on the other hand are going to shape the future of our lives since they are being used in the 21st century global economy. Data scientists will have more oppurtunities to focus their attention on creating ML artificial intelligence systems. We’ve already seen “Sophia” an A.I Robot that responds intelligently on peopl’se questions. This will become the norm as machine learning develops in the coming years. Watch the video to learn more about ML and data science.

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Andrew Ng will share tips and tricks on how to break into AI. He will discuss some of the most valuable skills for today’s machine learning engineers, how to gain the experience to successfully switch careers, and how to build a habit of lifelong learning. He will also take questions from aspiring engineers and business professionals who want to work on AI-powered products.

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Juan Miguel de Joya is the in-house consultant for Artificial Intelligence and Emerging Technologies at the United Nations International Telecommunications Union. Prior to this role, he served as a contractor at Facebook/Oculus and Google, worked at Pixar Animation Studios and Walt Disney Animation Studios, and was an undergraduate researcher in graphics at the Visual Computing Lab at the University of California, Berkeley. In his spare time, he is part of the ACM Practitioners Board, the ACM Professional Development Committee, and the ACM SIGGRAPH Strategy Group. His current interests include artificial intelligence, computer vision, mixed reality, computational physics, the web, and the human impact of computing in society at large.

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Detecting and starting treatment of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) at an age of 18 to 24 months can increase a child’s IQ by up to 17 points—in some cases moving them into the “average” child IQ range of 90-110 (or above it)—and improving the child’s quality of life significantly. Researchers at Duke University are using Machine Learning on AWS to create a faster, less expensive, more reliable, and more accessible system to screen children early for ASD.

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As Machine Learning (ML) systems are increasingly becoming part of user-facing applications, their reliability and robustness are key to building and maintaining trust with users and customers, especially for high-stake domains. While advances in learning are continuously improving model performance on expectation, there is an emergent need for identifying, understanding, and mitigating cases where models may fail in unexpected ways. This session is going to discuss ML reliability and robustness from both a theoretical and empirical perspective. In particular, the session will aim at summarizing important ongoing work that focuses on reliability guarantees but also on how such guarantees translate (or not) to real-world applications. Further, the talks and the panel will aim at discussing (1) properties of ML algorithms that make them more preferable than others from a reliability and robustness lens such as interpretability, consistency, transportability etc. and (2) tooling support that is needed for ML developers to check and build for reliable and robust ML. The discussion will be grounded on real-world applications of ML in vision and language tasks, healthcare, and decision making.

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Creating an ML model seems like a complex and time-consuming task to complete, but it doesn’t have to be this way. In this episode of Making with Machine Learning, we show you how to easily create and train an ML model using Teachable Machines – Google Cloud’s no-code platform that trains ML models to recognize images, sounds, or poses. Watch to to learn how you can easily create an ML model with this tool!

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Geordie Rose: Machine Learning is Progressing Faster Than You Think

Dr. Geordie Rose is a founder and Chief Technology Officer at D-Wave Computers. I met Geordie at the IdeaCity conference in Toronto where he made an impassioned presentation about D-Wave and quantum computing. Needless to say, as soon as Dr. Rose stoped speaking I rushed to ask him for an interview. As it turns out Geordie is already a fan of Singularity 1 on 1 and isntantly said that he would be happy to do it.

As a father of three kids and the CTO of a trail-blazing quantum computing company, Dr. Rose is a very busy person. Yet somehow he was generous beyond measure in giving me two full hours for an interview with the apparent desire to address as many of mine and the audience’s questions as possible.

During our conversation with Geordie Rose we cover a variety of interesting topics such as: how wrestling competitively created an opportunity for him to discover Quantum Mechanics; why he decided to become an entrepreneur building computers at the edge of science and technology; what the name D-wave stands for; what is a quantum computer; why fabrication tech is the greatest limiting factor towards commoditizing quantum computing; hardware specs and interesting details around Vesuvius – D-Wave’s latest model, and the kinds of problems it can compute; Rose’s Law as the quantum computer version of Moore’s Law; how D-wave resolves the de-coherence/interference problem; the traditional von Neumann architecture behind classical computer design and why D-Wave had to move beyond it; Vesuvius’ computational power as compared to similarly priced classical super-computers and the inherent difficulties in accurate bench-marking; Eric Ladizinski’s qubit and the velodrome metaphor used to describe it; the skepticism among numerous scientists as to whether D-Wave really makes quantum computers or not; whether Geordie feels occasionally like Charles Babbage trying to build his difference engine; his prediction that quantum computers will help us create AI by 2029; whether the brain is more like a classical or quantum computer; how you can apply for programming time on the two D-wave quantum computers; his take on the technological singularity…

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have made enormous progress during the last decade, and AI techniques are already widely used in industry and society. Expectations on these technologies are high, often so high that the technology we have today cannot come close to fulfil them. We will discuss what modern AI is, what is possible and what problems remain to be solved. We will present what RISE AI does within the area, how to create more interpretable machine learning models, approaches to bridge the gap between learning and reasoning, and what we believe is a way forward towards more general, large-scale AI-systems.

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How is a total beginner supposed to get started learning machine learning? I’m going to describe a 3 month curriculum to help you go from beginner to well-versed in machine learning. Its an accelerated learning plan, something i’d create for myself if I were to get started today, but I’m going to open source it for you guys. This curriculum will cover all the math concepts, the machine learning theory, and the deep learning theory to get you up to speed with the field as fast as possible. If anyone asks how to best get started with machine learning, direct them to this video!

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As machine learning systems enter the open world, their accountability becomes a high priority problem. Accountability requires deep understanding of system behavior and its failures. Characterization of failures and shortcomings is particularly complex for systems composed of multiple machine learned components. In this talk, I will discuss our work on troubleshooting and in-depth failure analysis for such systems. First, I will present a methodology for applying counterfactual analysis with humans in the loop for the purpose of understanding which component fixes are the most effective ones for a given system architecture. Second, I will describe the functionalities and tools that we have built for detailed system performance analysis and prediction. Both works will be illustrated via a real-world case study example of a machine learning pipeline for image captioning.

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In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a Machine Learning Linear Regression Model using Python. You will be analyzing a house price predication dataset for finding out the price of a house on different parameters. You will do Exploratory Data Analysis, split the training and testing data, Model Evaluation and Predictions.

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Coronavirus (Covid-19) has become the most buzzed topic these days. Its outbreak has taken the world by storm. In this video, we’ll see what Coronavirus is, how did it emerge, and what are its symptoms. Then, we will see what has been its impact so far and analyze the outbreak of Coronavirus across various regions, visualize them using charts and graphs, and predict the number of upcoming confirmed cases using the Linear Regression model in Python. Finally, we’ll look at the various safety measures that you can take to save yourself from getting attacked by Coronavirus.

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Cloud Tensor Processing Units (TPUs ) enable machine learning engineers and researchers to accelerate TensorFlow workloads with Google-designed supercomputers on Google Cloud Platform. This talk will include the latest Cloud TPU performance numbers and survey the many different ways you can use a Cloud TPU today – for image classification, object detection, machine translation, language modeling, sentiment analysis, speech recognition, and more. You’ll also get a sneak peak at the road ahead.

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Is it possible to use machine learning without needing to code? The answer is yes! Uber’s AI lab recently open sourced python library called Ludwig that they’ve been using internally for 2 years. The tagline is that it allows anyone to use deep learning without coding. It will require some configuration and unix commands to setup, but I’ll show you how in this video. I’ll also talk about other code-free tools like Azure ML Studio, DataRobot, and DeepCognition. Enjoy!

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Meet Lisa Steiner, a marine biologist who has spent her life and career trying to better understand sperm whales—and as a self-described “technophobe”—as she embraces machine learning models created by CapGemini. In the middle of the Atlantic Ocean, technology is helping Lisa do what she loves: understand more about these massive marine mammals so that they stand a better chance at survival.

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Rebecca Winthrop, co-director of the Center for Universal Education at The Brookings Institution, and Emilia Ahvenjärvi, Science and Education Attaché at the Embassy of Finland in Buenos Aires talk about risks and opportunities in education.

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