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Research: Artificial neural networks are more similar to the brain than we thought via @bendee983

These networks have proven to be remarkably better at performing complex tasks such as computer vision and natural language processing.

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Marketing & Technology Data Is Racist & Biased: Here?s How Marketers Can Fix It via @CarolynLyden

When multiple people submitted a very well-known picture of President Barack Obama, the results were consistently white men (even though most everyone could recognize who the pixelated image was actually of).

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What is the AI brain drain? via @bendee983

In the past years, rich tech companies and research labs such as Google, Facebook and OpenAI have been using huge salaries, stock options and other bonuses to lure AI scientists away from academic institutions.

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Teaching a robot to see and navigate with simulation via Microsoft Research via @MSFTResearch

For example, the first self-sufficient autonomous cars were demonstrated by AirSim is high fidelity extensible simulation platform to allow data generation, algorithms testing and reinforcement learning for developing autonomous agents.

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