True Positive Weekly #45
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week
Hey, in this issue: how AI powers protein-folding predictions; the new paradigm to adapt pre-trained language models; an open-source differentiable computer vision library; a tutorial on transformers from scratch; an easy-to-use and performant open-source experiment tracker; and more.
[Nature] Artificial intelligence powers protein-folding predictions
Introducing TensorFlow graph neural networks
[Project] Prompt-learning: the latest paradigm to adapt pre-trained language models
Accelerating PyTorch distributed fine-tuning with Intel technologies
[Project] kornia: an open-source differentiable computer vision library
[Demo] ‘Paint Me a Picture’: NVIDIA research shows GauGAN AI art demo now responds to words
[Tutorial] Transformers from scratch
[Project] Aim: an easy-to-use and performant open-source experiment tracker
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Have a nice weekend! See you next week. — Andriy