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The Wild Week in AI - AI vs. Doctors, Torch+Starcraft, Face Swapping networks, Decoding Thought Vectors

TLDR; AI doesn't actually beat doctors and most of the headlines are hype; U.S. Senate hearing on the

The Wild Week in AI

December 5 · Issue #30 · View online
The Wild Week in AI is a weekly AI & Deep Learning newsletter curated by @dennybritz.

TLDR; AI doesn’t actually beat doctors and most of the headlines are hype; U.S. Senate hearing on the impact of AI now online with video; open-sources its self-driving car kit; Torchcraft (Torch + Starcraft) library open sourced; Tensorflow 0.12 adds Windows support; Paper on face swapping with Nicolas Cage.
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Do machines actually beat doctors?
When A.I. Matures, It May Call Jürgen Schmidhuber ‘Dad’
The Dawn of Artificial Intelligence (U.S. Senate Hearing, video)
Google Brain's Jeff Dean On Reinforcement Learning
Top 10 AI failures of 2016 open-sources its self-driving car technology
Posts, Articles, Tutorials
Deep Learning for Detection of Diabetic Eye
Decoding the Thought Vector
Active Research Areas in Deep Learning for NLP (Slides)
A survey of cross-lingual embedding models
Code, Projects & Data
Connecting Torch to StarCraft
TensorFlow Release v0.12.0
Multimodal Residual Learning for Visual QA (NIPS 2016)
Graph Convolutional Networks in TensorFlow
Highlighted Research Papers
[1611.09326] The One Hundred Layers Tiramisu: Fully Convolutional DenseNets for Semantic Segmentation
[1611.09577] Fast Face-swap (with Nicolas Cage) Using Convolutional Neural Networks
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