Deep Learning Weekly | Issue #82: Stealing Models, 3D Engines for Dataset Generation, AI Salaries, European AI Hub, Automatic Differentiation and more

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Hey and welcome to another week in deep learning! In this issue, we explore the salaries of top AI re
April 25 · Issue #82 · View online
Deep Learning Weekly
Hey and welcome to another week in deep learning!
In this issue, we explore the salaries of top AI researchers, Europes researchers propose a new hub to attract more talent, we get to know Googles new AI lead and get first-hand tips and tricks from an AI researcher.
We apply gradient descent on the earth’s surface, generate image datasets using a 3D engine, learn about a new programming paradigm, and introduce a fun project on generating beats using a GAN. Last but not least, we discover last weeks most discussed papers on prediction API copying, head inpainting, and deep probabilistic programming languages.
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Happy reading and hacking!

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Papers & Publications
Stealing Machine Learning Models via Prediction APIs
Natural and Effective Obfuscation by Head Inpainting
Deep Probabilistic Programming Languages: A Qualitative Study