Fake images of hamburgers, the autonomous trolley problem, BERT for NLP and more stories from October, curated by deepsense.ai’s team, right here in AI Monthly Digest.
deepsense.ai is the first and only Polish Google Training Partner in the CEE. It is set to begin supporting the tech giant in training companies.
AI-based stock trading, a record-breaking competition on Kaggle and more stories cherry-picked from all the interesting ML- and AI-related news from September.
In our previous post, we gave you an overview of the differences between Keras and PyTorch, aiming to help you pick the framework that’s better suited to your needs. Now, it’s time for a trial by combat. We’re going to pit Keras and PyTorch against each other, showing their strengths and weaknesses in action. We […]
As a huge amount of computing power and time are required to train RL agent, it is no surprise that researchers are looking for ways to shorten the process.
The game “Museum Treasures” created by the DS team, including several deepsense.ai employees, took first place in the National Museum in Warsaw’s HackArt hackathon. The game was on display at the Przemiany Festival, where this year’s leitmotif was artificial intelligence.
Object recognition is common for diagram analysis and text recognition. The technique may soon be used to popularize art and culture.
It was far and away the most popular Kaggle competition, gaining the attention of more than 8,000 data scientists globally. The team of Paweł Godula, team leader and deepsense.ai’s Director of Customer Analytics, Michał Bugaj and Aliaksandr Varashylau took fifth place and 1st on the public leaderboard.
Deloitte estimates that in 2021 enterprise spending on artificial intelligence and machine learning projects will reach 57 billion dollars
CEO sees participation in Dubai conference as great way to begin executing company’s recently announced five-year business strategy.