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venturebeat | April 14, 2020
OpenAI today launched Microscope, a library of neuron visualizations starting with nine popular or heavily neural networks. In all, the collection encompasses millions of images. Like a microscope can do in a laboratory, Microscope is made to help AI researchers better understand the architecture and behavior of neural networks with tens of thousands of neurons. Initial models in Microscope include historically important and commonly studied computer vision models like AlexNet, 2012 winner of th...
IBM | September 09, 2021
IBM today announced the launch of new AI and automation capabilities in IBM Watson Assistant designed to make it easier for businesses to create enhanced customer service experiences across any channel – phone, web, SMS and any messaging platform. This includes a new collaboration with IntelePeer, a leading Communications Platform-as-a-Service provider, to set up and test a voice agent, and a new agent app designed to enable a seamless hand-off to a live agent while maintaining the convers...
venturebeat | April 23, 2020
The first study details X-Ray, an algorithm that when deployed on a robot can search through heaps of objects to grasp a target object, while the second lays out a policy adaptation technique that “teaches” robots skills without requiring from-scratch model training.
VentureBeat | February 18, 2020
Reinforcement learning, which spurs AI to complete goals using rewards or punishments, is a form of training that’s led to gains in robotics, speech synthesis, and more. Unfortunately, it’s data-intensive, which motivated research teams — one from Google Brain (one of Google’s AI research divisions) and the other from Alphabet’s DeepMind — to prototype more efficient means of executing it. In a pair of preprint papers, the researchers propose Adaptive Behavior...
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