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1️⃣ Human-level Atari 200x faster
A new deepmind paper:
“Agent57 was the first agent to surpass the human benchmark on all 57 games, but this came at the cost of poor data-efficiency, requiring nearly 80 billion frames of experience to achieve.”
Starting with Agent57, they employ a diverse set of strategies to achieve a 200-fold reduction of experience needed to outperform the human baseline.
2️⃣ Brain Imaging Generation with Latent Diffusion Models
Using Latent Diffusion Models to generate synthetic images from high-resolution 3D brain images.
Comment by the creator of Keras, François Chollet
: It’s faster, it’s more concise, the code is elegant. You can add TPU and multi-GPU inference in 1 line. You can export the model to TF.js or TFLite for on-device inference.
Quick summary of the Tensorflow implementation:
- Converted pre-trained models
- Easy to understand code
- Minimal code footprint
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