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Conversational AI tutorial, RNNs for particle physics, InfoGAN, NLP Coursera, NLP book, killer robots, Code2pix, Google AI principles, relational reasoning

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Conversational AI tutorial, RNNs for particle physics, InfoGAN, NLP Coursera, NLP book, killer robots, Code2pix, Google AI principles, relational reasoning
By Sebastian Ruder • Issue #25 • View online
Hi all,
We cracked 3,000 subscribers! Woohoo! 🎉Thanks to all of you for reading!
This edition contains: slides of the Conversational AI tutorial and using RNNs for particle physics; an in-depth walk-through of the InfoGAN paper, an NLP Coursera course and an NLP book (by Jacob Eisenstein); articles about “killer robots”; posts on Code2pix and using text descriptions for interpretability; Google’s AI principles and how Alexa chooses which skill to use; and new research papers (one on why a map between two monolingual embedding spaces is non-linear and two on relational reasoning).

Alexa: remind me to feed the baby
Alexa: remind me to feed the baby
Talks and slides
Resources
Flying Car Nanodegree Program
"Killer robots"
More blog posts and articles
Git pro tip
git pro tip: stick to a consistent style for git commit messages. I suggest starting them with “In which our hero”. E.g.,
“In which our hero implements batch processing”
Credit: @ReinH
Industry news
AI at Google: our principles
The Scalable Neural Architecture behind Alexa’s Ability to Arbitrate Skills
Paper picks
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