True Positive Weekly #60
The most important artificial intelligence and machine learning links of the week
Hey, in this issue: a third of scientists working on AI say it could cause a global disaster; Getty Images bans AI-generated artwork; view synthesis with transformers; OpenAI open-sourced Whisper; scientists are using AI to dream up revolutionary new proteins; we can now train big neural networks on small devices; and more.
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A third of scientists working on AI say it could cause a global disaster
Fearing copyright issues, Getty Images bans AI-generated artwork
[Video] The real fight over AI art
[Google] Creating new views of a scene from multiple pictures of it with Transformers
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[Google] FindIt: generalized object localization with natural language queries
OpenAI open-sourced Whisper, a multilingual speech-recognition system
[Nature] Scientists are using AI to dream up revolutionary new proteins
[IEEE] We can now train big neural networks on small devices
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