Today I’ll talk about MUM, which stands for Multitask Unified Model. In short, this technology is directed towards making search engines more powerful, the same as BERT did a couple of years ago.
Well ... the things are going beyond BERT ...
…team engine in the 19th century, artificial intelligence, meanwhile, seems constantly out of reach. Anyone who has used a virtual assistant lately can attest that artificial intelligence is anything but and there are signs that, rather than reaching the Singularity, AI has reached the end of its current boom.
Tim Andersen, Ph.D.
However, there is one issue that very few models cite, and which I see as absolutely crucial: managing information about the environment your business is working. Very little is said about this, mainly because in general, managers tend to read very little. In business schools, we get tired of telling our students that absorbing and processing information from the environment is fundamental, and we even make efforts to systematize tasks such as keeping up to date with what’s happening in their industry and reading the news, but in practice, managers tend to be very busy people, and so they rarely consider reading the news as an essential part of their work.
…nally sits at the crossroads of software engineering, statistics and domain expertise. As a result, the vast amount of knowledge that one needs to have in order to join and excel in this field is tremendous, let alone keep up with the ever-changing technologies (software and hardware). One simply cannot be willing to let go of that willingness to learn.
Well said :-/
· Targeted Regularization: MorphNet optimizes the structure of a deep neural network focusing on the reduction of a specific resource. Conceptually, this model provides a more targeted approach than traditional regularization techniques. The following figure represents a traditional RestNet-101 architecture optimized by MorphNet using …
So much so that some psychologists and plastic surgeons have in recent years coined the term “Snapchat dysmorphia” to refer to people who want to have surgery to look like their own image retouched with the filters of some applications. Logically, this can happen to anyone, but it is true that children and adolescents are especially …
"Snapchat dysmorphia" is not part of any medical manual.
…the idea that the most likely future shortage will not be one of resources but one of social trust. According to Global Trends 2040, societal divisions will have been significantly increased by the Covid-19 pandemic, with a rise in identity fractures.
ElMehdi El Azhary
Some time ago, I decided to switch my AI focus from NLP to time series. Naturally, is there a more intriguing use case for time series than stocks and forex markets? I seriously doubt. So, I started my diving adventure into that world. These are my impressions.
OMG. This is an entirely new world, with its own terminology that is clearly not intuitive to the rest of the world. Talking about bools and bears; scalping; asks and bids; so-called short and so-called long, and so on.
First of all, I figured out that if I want to really trade out…
ML and AI enthusiast, learning new things all the time and looking at how to make something useful with them.