Litigation gone digital: Ottawa experiments with artificial intelligence in tax cases

… Department has quietly launched an artificial intelligence experiment as the Trudeau government … up efforts to use more artificial intelligence programs across departments. Those efforts … suggesting seven principles for using artificial intelligence, including a proposal that AI … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

Ottawa experiments with artificial intelligence in tax cases

… Department has quietly launched an artificial intelligence experiment as the Trudeau government … up efforts to use more artificial intelligence programs across departments. Those efforts … suggesting seven principles for using artificial intelligence, including a proposal that AI … VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Author:

Biological Particle Identification and Tracking with Jay Newby – TWiML Talk #179

In today’s episode we’re joined by Jay Newby, Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematical and Statistical Sciences at the University of Alberta. Jay joins us to discuss his work applying deep learning to biology, including his paper “Deep neural networks automate detection for tracking…

VA, IBM Extend Watson For Genomics Partnership – AI Trends

The US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and IBM Watson Health have announced the extension of a public-private partnership to apply artificial intelligence (AI) to help interpret cancer data in the treatment of Veteran patients. First announced two years ago as part of the National Cancer Moonshot…

Adji Bousso Dieng Interview – Designing Better Sequence Models with RNNs

In this episode, i’m joined by Adji Bousso Dieng, PhD Student in the Department of Statistics at Columbia University. In this interview, Adji and I discuss two of her recent papers, the first, an accepted paper from this year’s ICML conference titled “Noisin: Unbiased Regularization…

Custom DHS Facial Recognition AI to be Deployed at US/Mexico Border – AI Trends

The Department of Homeland Security will forge ahead with plans to implement its problematic Vehicle Face System (VFS), an AI-powered facial recognition system, at the US/Mexico border. After years of development, the Federal government will install the VFS system in Texas at the Anzalduas border…

Song Han Interview – Deep Gradient Compression for Distributed Training

On today’s show I chat with Song Han, assistant professor in MIT’s EECS department, about his research on Deep Gradient Compression. In our conversation, we explore the challenge of distributed training for deep neural networks and the idea of compressing the gradient exchange to allow…

Machine Learning Discussion With Prof. Daphne Koller & Prof. Yoshua Bengio – YouTube

May 2nd, 2018Daphne Koller is an Israeli-American Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Stanford University and a MacArthur Fellowship recipient. She is also one of the founders of Coursera, an online education platform. Yoshua Bengio is a Canadian computer scientist, most noted for…

Jose Hernandez-Orallo Interview – Kinds of Intelligence: Types, Tests & Meeting the Needs of Society

In this episode, I’m joined by Jose Hernandez-Orallo, professor in the department of information systems and computing at Universitat Politècnica de València and fellow at the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, working on the Kinds of Intelligence Project. Jose and I caught up…

Christopher Lum Interview – Autonomous Aerial Guidance, Navigation and Control Systems

Ok, In this episode, I’m joined by Christopher Lum, Research Assistant Professor in the University of Washington’s Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Chris also co-heads the University’s Autonomous Flight Systems Lab, where he and his students are working on the guidance, navigation, and control of…