Policy Recommendations For ADM Systems In Europe For India

Ensure that ADM systems currently being deployed and those about to be implemented are effectively consistent with human rights and democracy

How Goodhart’s Law Can Save Machine Learning Research

Drawing inspiration from Goodhart’s adage: when a measure becomes a target, it stops to be a good measure, researchers introduce new approach

How Compute Divide Leads To Discrimination In AI Research

The study found that the amount of compute power at elite universities is much more than at mid-to-low tier institutions.

Robot May Now Be Spontaneous: Recent Research Believes

Researchers are implementing CI simply and systematically by using complicated time-series patterns generated by high-dimensional chaos.

How Can India Trump China In Higher Education Reforms For AI

comparative analysis between the two in terms of higher education reforms for the development of artificial intelligence and its research

Top AI/ML Fellowship For Indian Students

Here in this article, we list some of the prestigious fellowship programs in the field of artificial intelligence I and machine learning

Current State Of Machine Learning in Compilers & Its Future

Modern compilers are multi-million line pieces of software that can take years to master. To leverage ML for efficient compilers...

Can AI Send Cryptic Messages: Deep Learning For Steganography

Steganography is necessary for private communication, and deep learning algorithms have the potential to make them work easier.

Are Easy-To-Interpret Neurons Necessary? New Findings By Facebook AI Researchers

To explore if easy to interpret neural networks actually hinder the learning process in deep learning models, the researchers at Facebook AI published three works.

Model Sub-Classing and Custom Training Loop from Scratch in TensorFlow 2

In this article, we will try to understand the Model Sub-Classing API and Custom Training Loop from Scratch in TensorFlow 2. It may not be a beginner or advance introduction but aim to get rough intuition of what they are all about. Model Sub-Classing and Custom Training Loop from Scratch in TensorFlow 2

Facebook's New AI System Can Pass Multiple-Choice Intelligence Tests

Facebook AI and Tel Aviv University proposed an AI system that solves the multiple-choice intelligence test, Raven’s Progressive Matrices.

Alphabet Open Sources Project Amber To Diagnose Depression Using AI

Project Amber’s team have developed technology that combines MLand AI techniques with EEG to brain wave to diagnose depression.

Cognitive Abilities Of Humans Peak At The Age Of 35: Chess Study

Performance increases until the early 20s and then reaches a plateau, with a peak around 35 years and a sustained decline at higher ages.

IISc Researchers Teach AI To Be Ignorant With Rumi-GAN

The Rumi-GAN can be applied to almost all varieties of GANs, there is more potential to not only make GANs more efficient but also...

Google’s URL2Video Converts Web Pages Into Short Videos In Seconds

Google researchers introduced a new AI system that converts a web page into a short video, known as URL2Video.

AIM Partners With NASSCOM To Invite Organisations For AI Case Studies

AIM is conducting an online survey for businesses to jump in and share relevant details of the AI implementations (use cases).

Why Learning Scientific Method?

Why Learning Scientific Method? Now, it’s a method where it can be used easily to check whether researches and data are valid or not. Here, I’ll discuss why you should learn the scientific method.

Python Script That Search Jobs for You

In this blog, we will build a python script that sends us the job offers according to our interest.

Enterprise Database Selection Most Often Led by System Architects

Architects usually choose the database technology used for new applications at 41% of organizations according to Percona’s “2020 Open Source Data Management Software Survey”. Developers make these decisions at 26% of organizations.

Microsoft Releases Gaze-Tracking System That Works On Any Device

The researchers at Microsoft have developed a 'hardware agnostic' AI-based gaze tracking system that works on any device.