True Positive Weekly #12
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week
Hey, in this issue: how machine learning improves Google search, first many to many machine translation system (with code), learning with practically no data, detecting deepfakes with 80% accuracy, image-captioning AI better than human, machine-learning-based fast COVID-19 test, and more.
Google details how it’s using machine learning to improve search (blog)
Facebook released the first many-to-many multilingual model that translates between 100 languages without relying on English data (code, paper)
AdaBelief optimizer: fast as Adam, generalizes as good as SGD, and sufficiently stable to train GANs (paper, code, video)
Deconstructing Maxine, Nvidia’s AI-powered video-conferencing technology
A radical new technique lets AI learn with practically no data
When do we trust AI’s recommendations more than people’s?
A new neural network can detect deepfakes at about 80% accuracy (for now)
Microsoft’s image-captioning AI is describing pictures better than a human
New Oxford machine learning-based COVID-19 test can provide results in under 5 minutes
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