How Over 200K Individuals Upleveled their Data and AI Expertise with Databr...
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New AI research to help predict COVID-19 resource needs from a series of X-...
It can be challenging for medical experts to predict the course of COVID-19 in a patient.
Today, in partnership with @NYULangone, we are developing AI models that use chest X-rays to predict a patient’s condition so hospitals can plan ahead:
Akira’s ML News #Week3, 2021. Here are some of the papers and… | by Akihiro...
I post weekly ML report blog.
An interesting topic is the following:
- Fast training of large-scale models by switching layers for each token.
- High performance generative models by reduce differences in frequency space.
Practical Real Time Recurrent Learning with a Sparse Approximation | OpenRe...
So our paper (t.co/FSwgtsKm64) that was _desk_ rejected from NeurIPS was accepted, basically without changes, as a spotlight to ICLR. 🤔 Had one of my best and most productive conversations with this set of reviewers -- big thanks!
Rao-Blackwellizing the Straight-Through Gumbel-Softmax Gradient Estimator |...
For the gradient estimation of NN with discrete latent variables, they apply Rao-Blackwellization to straight-through Gumbel-softmax to further reduce the variance. Effective in particular at small batch sizes and low temperatures. t.co/pkXI3AA5uZ
For modeling dynamic environments, Recurrent Independent Mechanisms (RIMs) use a set of modules that operate independently and use attentions to read from the inputs, activate RIMs, and communicate between RIMs. Realization of the sparse factor graph. t.co/HYTO40OVvK
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