When big AI labs refuse to source their models, the community steps in – TechCrunch

Benchmarks are as important a measure of progress in AI as they are for the rest of the software industry. But when normative results come from companies, secrecy often prevents the community from verifying them. For example, OpenAI has given Microsoft, with which it has a business relationship, exclusive licensing rights to the powerful GPT-3 … Read more

Liverpool: The artificial intelligence tool that helps Jurgen Klopp’s four-way show

Liverpool have been advancing brilliantly in the match in injury prevention this season, using the latest technology to help Jurgen Klopp and his staff in their comfort and rotation of players. The Reds – still battling an unprecedented quadruple – were riddled with injuries that disrupted their 2020-2021 campaign, but are now leveraging computer algorithms … Read more

Reality check: We’ve taught AI to determine which props are most used in this election. This is what I found | Australian elections 2022

Novelty checking has long been a mainstay of political “photoshoot”, but Guardian Australia’s analysis of photos posted during the 2022 and 2019 election campaigns suggests giant checks are on their way out, while high-definition work clothes and dog photos are on sunrise. While we are building automated systems behind pork meter, Tracking campaign kegs of … Read more

Azure Machine Learning vs. IBM Watson

Learn what features you can expect from Azure Machine Learning and IBM Watson to select the right AI solution for you. Photo: mona_/Adobe Stock With the potential to revolutionize everything from self-driving cars to robotic surgeons, AI is at the forefront of technical innovation. Two of the most popular AI services are Microsoft Azure Machine … Read more

PyTorch machine learning framework enables GPU-accelerated training on Apple Silicon Mac

In collaboration with Apple’s metal engineering team, PyTorch today announce That its open source machine learning framework will soon support GPU-accelerated modular training on Apple silicon Macs powered by the M1, M1 Pro, M1 Max, or M1 Ultra chipset. So far, PyTorch training on Mac has only made use of the CPU, but the upcoming … Read more

AI programs can distinguish between race and X-rays, but scientists don’t know how. Here’s why this is bad.

health Study results suggest that AI diagnostic systems can produce racially biased results with adverse health outcomes. The MIT and Harvard study found that an AI program trained to read X-rays and computed tomography (CT) scans can predict a person’s race with up to 90% accuracy. Getty Images Scientists at Harvard and MIT are part … Read more