What the Floq: The secret mission Of Google

Google

Quantum computing requires state-of-the-art tools to perform high-end computing. This is where TPUs come in handy. The liquid-cooled Tensor Processing units, built to slot into server racks, can deliver up to 100 petaflops of compute. It powers Google products like Google Search, Gmail, Google Photos and Google Cloud AI APIs. 

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Hugging Face gets an Amazon treatment

AWS Hugging Face

To amplify the process of embracing natural language processing models via the power of AI, Amazon Web Service (AWS) chose to collaborate with Hugging Face, who are pursuing various ways to make this process elementary.

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[Paper] Causal Representation is now getting its due importance in Machine Learning

The research paper titled “Towards Causal Representation Learning” provides the way through which the artificial intelligent systems can learn causal representations and how the absence of the same in machine learning algorithms and models is giving rise to challenges in front of us. 

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Machine Learning deployment is the biggest Tech Trend in 2021

Tech trends 2021

Having machine learning in a company’s portfolio used to be an investor magnet. Now, the market is bullish on MLaaS, with a new breed of companies offering machine learning services (libraries/APIs/frameworks) to help other companies get their job done better and faster. According to PwC, AI’s potential global economic impact will be worth $15.7 trillion by 2030.

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Carnegie Researchers use AI to review Scientific Papers

Messy researchers office

Every year, the machine learning community is treated to at least half a dozen international conferences flaunting exceptional research from across the world. The not so attractive aspect of these conferences is the review system for the researchers whose credentials and careers are intrinsically linked to the acceptance at these conferences. Every year, a handful of researchers write lengthy blog posts on how they were overlooked for a petty reason.

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Scapegoating Algorithms: Stanford’s Vaccine distribution misfiring exposes our attitudes towards AI

In what sounds like a textbook case of scapegoating, the Stanford Medical Centre was caught dodging responsibility from what appears to be a glaringly “human” error. Last week, the frontline workers at the medical centre protested how the vaccine distribution was administered. 

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