Deep Learning Weekly | Issue #78: GTC 2018 Announcements, IBM Cloud, Deep Learning Foundation, Understanding VAEs, Painting Robots, Paper Review Criteria, YOLOv3 and more

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Hey and welcome to another week in deep learning! This week, we've got all the latest announcements o
March 28 · Issue #78 · View online
Deep Learning Weekly
Hey and welcome to another week in deep learning!
This week, we’ve got all the latest announcements on new hardware and a self-driving stack at GTC 2018, a new open-source foundation focused on deep learning, updates to IBMs cloud services, and introductions to sensor data interpretation and Variational Auto Encoders.
We learn about DeepMinds efforts to teach robots to paint, take a look behind the scenes of academic paper reviews and learn about YOLOv3.
Happy reading and hacking!
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NVIDIA Transforms the Workstation for the Age of Deep Learning
The Linux Foundation launches a deep learning foundation
IBM wants to open up the deep learning expertise bottleneck
Nvidia debuts new Drive Constellation simulated self-driving test system
Deep Learning Studio 2.0 at NVIDIA's GPU Conference (sponsored)
Predicting physical activity based on smartphone sensor data using CNN + LSTM
Intuitively Understanding Variational Autoencoders
Learning to write programs that generate images
Reviewing Criteria
Libraries & Code
Choosing a Deep Learning library for developing and deploying your App/Service
GPU-accelerated Neural Networks in JavaScript
Model Grader by Fritz
Papers & Publications
YOLOv3: An Incremental Improvement
HALP: High-Accuracy Low-Precision Training · Stanford DAWN
Neural Network Quine