True Positive Weekly #2
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week.
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In this issue: how AI is driving a silicon renaissance, how Uber monitors data quality at scale, the 2020 SciPy talks, a visual survey of data augmentation in NLP, an OCR library that supports 40+ languages, a paper explained, and more.
Artificial intelligence is driving a silicon renaissance
The SciPy 2020 machine learning talks are now online
Five myths about AI and robots (and the truth behind them)
Facebook offers a hateful memes challenge and provides a data set (paper)
How Uber monitors data quality at scale with statistical modeling
EasyOCR: a ready-to-use optical character recognition library supporting 40+ languages
This robot can guess how you're feeling by the way you walk
Prototypical Contrastive Learning: a new unsupervised learning method that is able to train deep neural networks from millions of unlabeled images (paper)
Paper explained: Transformers are RNNs: Fast Autoregressive Transformers with Linear Attention (video)
A visual survey of data augmentation in natural language processing
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