True Positive Weekly #4
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week.
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In this issue: GPT-3 is shockingly good, Sony has filed a patent for creating personalized music, top ten free AI courses from top universities, a GAN than generates PAC-MAN, scientific fact-checking using language models, a state-of-the-art transfer learning for computer vision, and more.
OpenAI's new language generator GPT-3 is shockingly good—and completely mindless (it generates programming code from text, and completes essays)
Sony has filed a patent for creating personalized gaming music using machine learning
Top ten free artificial intelligence courses from Harvard, MIT, and Stanford
GameGAN, a generative adversarial network trained on 50,000 PAC-MAN episodes, produces a fully functional game without an underlying game engine
BLEURT is a new evaluation metric for natural language generation models that is a reliable substitute for human evaluation
Nitpicking machine learning technical debt
Eye-catching advances in some AI fields are not real
Scientific fact-checking using AI language models: COVID-19 research and beyond
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