Dec 30, 2020

6 Posts

New Year Wishes From Fei-Fei Li, Harry Shum, Ayanna Howard, Ilya Sutskever, Matthew Mattina
Dec 30, 2020

New Year Wishes From Fei-Fei Li, Harry Shum, Ayanna Howard, Ilya Sutskever, Matthew Mattina

Happy New Year! As we enter 2021, I want to share with you three wishes I have for AI in the upcoming year. I hope we can: Narrow the gap between proofs-of-concept and production. While building good models is important...
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Ilya Sutskever
Dec 30, 2020

Ilya Sutskever: Fusion of Language and Vision

The past year was the first in which general-purpose models became economically useful. GPT-3, in particular, demonstrated that large language models have surprising linguistic competence and the ability to perform a wide variety of useful tasks.
2 min read
Harry Shum
Dec 30, 2020

Harry Shum: Assisted Artistry

In 2021, I envision that the AI community will create more tools to unleash human creativity. AI will help people across the globe to communicate and express emotions and moods in their own unique ways.
2 min read
Matthew Mattina
Dec 30, 2020

Matthew Mattina: Life- Saving Models in Your Pocket

Look at the tip of a standard #2 pencil. Now, imagine performing over one trillion multiplication operations in the area of that pencil tip every second. This can be accomplished using today’s 7nm semiconductor technology.
2 min read
Fei-Fei Li
Dec 30, 2020

Fei-Fei Li: Invigorating the U.S. AI Ecosystem

The United States has been a leader in science and technology for decades, and all nations have benefitted from its innovations. But U.S. leadership in AI is not guaranteed.
2 min read
Ayanna Howard
Dec 30, 2020

Ayanna Howard: Training in Ethical AI

As AI engineers, we have tools to design and build any technology-based solution we can dream of. But many AI developers don’t consider it their responsibility to address potential negative consequences as a part of this work.
2 min read

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