The recent boom in machine learning has seen a tremendous rise in the popularity and popularization of complex machine learning methods. Techniques previously relegated to the annals of academic discourse have become common topics of discussion in some tech circles. Terms such as convolutional neural networks, variational autoencoders, and even Deep Q-learning have now become important to many people who previously could hardly be troubled to care about the latest fads in machine learning.
Topics: machine learning
This post is by Daniel Shank, a Senior Data Scientist at Talla. He recently gave a talk at The Machine Learning Conference in San Francisco on Neural Turing Machines. A recording and full transcript for his talk can be found below.
The White House recently requested information on the future of artificial intelligence. Since it's our job to think about these things, as builders of AI-powered assistants for businesses, our Chief Data Scientist and Co-founder, Byron Galbraith, was an awesome person to provide insights on the topics they're asking about. Below are his answers.