March brought interesting publications about the limited ability of machines to read Bengali script, the challenges of generalization for machines and new materials discovered by neural networks.
Network Traffic Analysis (NTA) is a key component of modern cybersecurity in companies. With machine learning and artificial intelligence solutions, the sheer amounts of data to analyze is an asset to be used rather than, as was once the case, a challenge to overcome.
As we predicted in our AI Trends 2020, NLP is the year’s leading trend. But research on self-regenerating structures has likewise been both surprising and fascinating. February was rich in news on self-regenerating machines and NLP-related events and research.
While making predictions may be easy, delivering accurate ones is an altogether different story. That’s why in this column we won’t just be looking at the most important trends of 2020, but we’ll also look at how the ideas we highlighted last year have developed.
January Jump-started the year with news of the latest achievements in NLP, a breakthrough in neural networks for solving math problems, and AI creating artificial life.
Where there is a show, there must also be a backstage. The more sophisticated the show, the more powerful the backstage will have to be to support it. IT operations are effectively the backstage of all business.
From the largest conference to a tiny-yet-significant project delivering an AI-powered role-playing game master, December delivered an interesting end to 2019
November brought the release of the latest and largest version of the GPT-2 Natural Language Processing (NLP) model and the information that AlphaStar has reached the top level in Starcraft on Battle.net
October brought amazing news for Google: the company has reached quantum supremacy. Today we’re going to look at just what that means.
ICLR (The International Conference on Learning Representations) is one of the most important international machine learning conferences. It’s popularity is growing fast, putting it on a par with such conferences as ICML, NeurIPS or CVPR.