Dec 28, 2022

7 Posts

Alon Halevy next to a big computer screen
Dec 28, 2022

Alon Halevy - Your Personal Data Timeline: Data timelines will protect your privacy and make AI better.

The important question of how companies and organizations use our data has received a lot of attention in the technology and policy communities. An equally important question that deserves more focus in 2023 is how...
Andrew Ng on a couch with a cup of coffee and a book
Dec 28, 2022

How to Achieve Your Long-Term Goals: Make your projects add up to achievement by charting a path and gathering advice from mentors.

As we enter the new year, let’s view 2023 not as a single year, but as the first of more in which we will accomplish our long-term goals. Some results take a long time to achieve, and even though...
Reza Zadeh photographed during a conference
Dec 28, 2022

Reza Zadeh: Active Learning Takes Off

As we enter the new year, there is a growing hope that the recent explosion of generative AI will bring significant progress in active learning. This technique, which enables machine learning systems to generate their own training examples and request them to be labeled...
Portrait photograph of Been Kim
Dec 28, 2022

Been Kim: A Scientific Approach to Interpretability

It’s an exciting time for AI, with fascinating advances in generated media and many other applications, some even in science and medicine. Some folks may dream about what more AI can create and how much bigger models we may engineer.
Douwe Kiela with a l
Dec 28, 2022

Douwe Kiela: Less Hype, More Caution

This year we really started to see the mainstreaming of AI. Systems like Stable Diffusion and ChatGPT captured the public imagination to an extent we haven’t seen before in our field.
Yoshua Bengio teaching
Dec 28, 2022

Yoshua Bengio - Models That Reason: Yoshua Bengio wants neural nets that reason.

Recent advances in deep learning largely have come by brute force: taking the latest architectures and scaling up compute power, data, and engineering. Do we have the architectures we need, and all that remains is to develop better hardware and datasets so we can keep...
Andrew Ng on a couch with a cup of coffee and a book
Dec 28, 2022

The Batch: Hopes for 2023 from Yoshua Bengio, Been Kim, Douwe Kiela, Reza Zadeh, Alon Halevy

The Batch - AI News & Insights. As we enter the new year, let’s view 2023 not as a single year, but as the first of more in which we will accomplish our long-term goals. Some results take a long time to achieve...

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