AI with AI
Episode 1.10: NIPS, Docs, and Clips
Andy and Dave continue their discussion on the 31st Annual Conference on Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS), covering Sokoban, chemical reactions, and a variety of video disentanglement and recognition capabilities. They also discuss a number of breakthroughs in medicine that involve artificial intelligence: a robot passing a medical licensing exam, an algorithm that can diagnose pneumonia better than expert radiologists, a venture between GE Healthcare and NVIDIA to tap into volumes of unrealized medical data, and deep-brain stimulation. Finally, for reading material and reference, Andy recommends a technical lecture on reinforcement learning, as well as two books on robot ethics.
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