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WASHINGTON PRIVACY ACT FAILS AGAIN, BUT STATE LEGISLATURE PASSES FACIAL RECOGNITION REGULATION

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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...

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