The company joins the prestigious NVIDIA Service Delivery Partner program as one of a handful of preferred partners worldwide providing professional services in deep learning.
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The National Science Centre in Poland has granted deepsense.ai data scientist and University of Warsaw researcher, Piotr Miłoś, 500,000 USD. The project “Reinforcement Learning – contemporary challenges” is designed to help resolve long-standing open problems in training robots and game agents in difficult environments.
Researchers from the University of Warsaw, Google AI and deepsense.ai take on a new reinforcement learning challenge on Cloud TPU hardware accelerators. The goal of the experiment is to end-to-end train an artificial intelligence to play video games fully inside a computation graph.
deepsense.ai’s parent company, CodiLime, has build a dedicated unit to provide organizations with comprehensive development programs to build their teams’ strategic competencies, starting from data science. The Hub has also addressed managers’ needs.
Tapped to help the UN leverage its competencies in the fast-evolving field of artificial intelligence, deepsense.ai ran an introductory workshop on deep learning and discussed its practical applications in real-life use cases.
Between now and the end of 2017, deepsense.ai will run 30 machine learning and deep learning seminars at prestigious universities across Europe as part of the effort to scale the Intel® Nervana™ AI Academy for students in EMEA.
deepsense.ai’s visual framework for creating Apache Spark applications in a fast, simple and interactive way is going open-source as of September. The company is opening it up to the community and will now focus on further developing its other data science tool, Neptune.
deepsense.ai’s paper has been recognized by the General Chairs of the Conference on Robot Learning (CoRL) as one of 11 in the reinforcement learning and robotics category. It will be presented in November at Google’s headquarters in San Francisco.
This September brings the premiere of the new Neptune, the Machine Learning Lab for all data scientists who value convenience and speed at work. Neptune not only supports the development of machine learning and deep learning models, but will also make their productionization as easy as posting pictures on Instagram!
The partnership carries over from last year’s collaboration, and will see deepsense.ai support one of this year’s main themes at AI World.