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The Wild Week in AI - Apple's self-driving car research; Amazon ML Solutions; Fake Net Neutrality Comments; New WaveNet details;

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The Wild Week in AI

November 27 · Issue #69 · View online
The Wild Week in AI is a weekly AI & Deep Learning newsletter curated by @dennybritz.

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This Week's Sponsor: Cogent Labs
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News
Apple discloses self-driving car research
Amazon launches "ML Solutions Lab"
Nature launches new Machine Intelligence journal
Google Cloud: Lower prices for GPUs and local SSDs
Samsung to establish an AI research hub
Posts, Articles, Tutorials
Expressivity, Trainability, and Generalization in Machine Learning
High-fidelity speech synthesis with WaveNet
This AI spots art forgeries by looking at individual brushstrokes
Capsule Networks: Tutorial (video)
Code, Projects & Data
More than a million Pro-Repeal Net Neutrality Comments were likely faked
Audio Analysis With Wavenet, MFCCs, UMAP, t-SNE and PCA
11k Hands Dataset
Open Images Dataset Update: V3 Released
Highlighted Research Papers
[1711.06396] VoxelNet: End-to-End Learning for Point Cloud Based 3D Object Detection (Apple)
[1711.07971] Non-local Neural Networks
[1704.03732] Deep Q-learning from Demonstrations (Updated)
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