AIDL Weekly Issue #5 - Special Issue on Self-Driving Cars

Editorial Intel/Mobileye big deal, more Waymo/Uber drama, etc. - yet another big week for self-driving cars! It's not hyperbole to say that self-driving cars represent one of largest market-size application for A.I. The jockeying for positions had been happening for a while and won't abate anytime soon. Intel largely missed the boat on mobile and … Continue reading AIDL Weekly Issue #5 - Special Issue on Self-Driving Cars

AIDL Weekly Issue 31 - Get Rid of Backprop and Start Over

Issue 31  September 23rd 2017 Editorial Thoughts From Your Humble Curators Prof. Hinton said we should just get rid of backpropagation and start over. What does he mean? Let's find out in this issue. We also include the link of all videos from deeplearning.ai here as well. Of course, also check out our blog and … Continue reading AIDL Weekly Issue 31 - Get Rid of Backprop and Start Over

AIDL Weekly Issue 10 - F8, Brain-Computer Interface, Apple's SDC Permit

Editorial Thoughts From Your Humble Curators The next big platform everyone will be fighting over is your mind. Check out Elon Musk's Neuralink and Facebook's brain-typing and skin-hearing. Last week also featured F8, which happened on April 18th and 19th. F8 gave us another week filled with some far-out news: Augmented reality? Caffe2.ai? Brain computer … Continue reading AIDL Weekly Issue 10 - F8, Brain-Computer Interface, Apple's SDC Permit

AIDLWeekly(Past Issues)

Here are all the past issues of AIDL Weekly, archived as blog messages. Issue 86 CES 2019, Edward Grefenstette and Common Voice Issue 85 AGI is Nowhere Near - According to Prof. Hinton Issue 84 Udacity Reorg, AI Index 2018 Report Issue 83 NeurIPS 2018 Issue 82 So You Want to be an AI Researcher? … Continue reading AIDLWeekly(Past Issues)

AIDL Weekly #85 - AGI is Nowhere Near - According to Prof. Hinton

Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning Weekly - Issue 85 The definitive weekly newsletter on A.I. and Deep Learning, published by Waikit Lau and Arthur Chan. Our background spans MIT, CMU, Bessemer Venture Partners, Nuance, BBN, etc. Every week, we curate and analyze the most relevant and impactful developments in A.I. We also run Facebook's most … Continue reading AIDL Weekly #85 - AGI is Nowhere Near - According to Prof. Hinton

AIDL Weekly #22 - Apple New ML Blog, Elon Musk The Alarmist, and Hassabis' View on AI+Neuroscience

Issue 22  July 22nd 2017 Editorial Thoughts From Your Humble Curators What a week! Apple just started a new machine learning blog; Audi is going to sell the first self-driving car with L3 autonomy; Elon Musk is telling us (again) that AI is an imminent danger. Would Apple's new blog clash with its secrecy culture? … Continue reading AIDL Weekly #22 - Apple New ML Blog, Elon Musk The Alarmist, and Hassabis' View on AI+Neuroscience

Learning Deep Learning - My Top-Five List

Many people have been nagging me to write a beginner guide on deep learning.    Geez, that's a difficult task - there are so many tutorials, books, lectures to start with, and the best way to start highly depends on your background, knowledge and skill sets.  So it's very hard to give a simple guideline. … Continue reading Learning Deep Learning - My Top-Five List