True Positive Weekly #40
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week
Hey, in this issue: a neural network says that Rubens didn't paint Samson and Delilah; COVID-19 border testing via reinforcement learning; the imperative for sustainable AI systems; a plug-and-play method for controlled text generation; training language models collaboratively; and more.
A neural network says that Rubens didn't paint Samson and Delilah
[Scientific American] Microbes, natural intelligence, and artificial intelligence
Deep learning over the Internet: training language models collaboratively
[ArXiv] A plug-and-play method for controlled text generation
[Nature] Efficient and targeted COVID-19 border testing via reinforcement learning
[Dataset] Announcing WIT: a Wikipedia-based image-text dataset
Dynatask, a new paradigm of AI benchmarking is now available for the AI community
[The Gradient] The imperative for sustainable AI systems
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Have a nice weekend! See you next week. — Andriy