Deep Learning Weekly | Issue #89: Fairness, Driving in a Day, Fake SloMo, L2 Regularization, RNNs, Art, Prototyping with TF, Edge Performance

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July 10 · Issue #89 · View online
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Bias Detectives: The Researchers Striving to Make Algorithms Fair
Facial recognition software is not ready for use by law enforcement
Learning to drive in a day
Nvidia uses artificial intelligence to fake realistic slow-motion video
Join Company Builder Entrepreneur First (Sponsored)
A New Angle on L2 Regularization
Recurrent Neural Networks: The Powerhouse of Language Modeling
My AI-Art Talk for Resonate sales rank data for Kindle and print books (61,000 books, 200,000,000 data points)
Libraries & Code
Patterns for Fast Prototyping with TensorFlow
Train a model in tf.keras with Colab, and run it in the browser with TensorFlow.js
How fast is my model?
Conferences (Sponsored)
O'Reilly Artificial Intelligence Conference in San Francisco
Living in an AI World: How Startups are Shaping Tomorrow
Papers & Publications
Capture the Flag: the emergence of complex cooperative agents
Self-Supervised Tracking via Video Colorization