Chess Pawns getting weaker | Leela Chess 11248 vs Fizbo 1.9

In this game of the Neural Network Leela Chess ID version 11248, Leela is playing against the Fizbo Chess Engine which is a top 6 ranked engine on the CCRL rating list. The opening is a Queens Gambit accepted, and during the game, it seems…

Learning Representations for Visual Search with Naila Murray – TWiML Talk #190

In this episode of our Deep Learning Indaba series, we’re joined by Naila Murray, Senior Research Scientist and Group Lead in the computer vision group at Naver Labs Europe. Naila presented at the Indaba on computer vision, and in this discussion we explore her work…

Data Architect / Analyst at Hatchd in Perth, Western Australia 6000 | AnalyticTalent.com

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Is Leela Chess the most hilarious Engine troll in Chess History? Leela ID 11248 vs Chiron

Leela does a remarkable and hilarious impression of an engine troll in this game – trolling in the Opening, with seemingly very passive pieces and saying basically “come and get me!” and then later in the endgame with “Take my rook!”. A truly hilarious chess…

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OVERALL SUMMARY As a data scientist on Analytic Capability team, this individual will be executing an end-to-end solution in building analytic infrastructure, supporting our data science and analytic solution teams and transforming the insights into actionable endpoints for different business units. PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES Support developing…

Exploration vs. Exploitation – Learning the Optimal Reinforcement Learning Policy

Welcome back to this series on reinforcement learning! Last time, we left our discussion of Q-learning with the question of how an agent chooses to either explore the environment or to exploit it in order to select its actions. In this video, we’ll answer this…

Evaluating Model Explainability Methods with Sara Hooker – TWiML Talk #189

In this, the first episode of the Deep Learning Indaba series, we’re joined by Sara Hooker, AI Resident at Google Brain. I had the pleasure of speaking with Sara in the run-up to the Indaba about her work on interpretability in deep neural networks. We…

Graph Analytic Models with Zachary Hanif – TWiML Talk #188

In this, the final episode of our Strata Data Conference series, we’re joined by Zachary Hanif, Director of Machine Learning at Capital One’s Center for Machine Learning. Zach led a session at Strata called “Network effects: Working with modern graph analytic systems,” which we had…