This Week in Machine Learning: Amazon Releases Kendra, Brain-Inspired Algorithms, Confused AI Models & More

Machine learning is fascinating. New things happen every second while we’re busy performing our daily tasks. If you want to know what big things have happened over the last week, make sure to check this weekly roundup!

Here are the best picks from the last week from the world of the machine learning. Enjoy the read!

Weekly Roundup: May 11-18

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> Top 20 Skills and Keywords for Data Science by Rashi Desai on Towards Data Science | May 12

Just as in the title 😉

> Amazon releases Kendra to solve enterprise search with AI and machine learning by Ron Miller on TechCrunch | May 11

Amazon is trying to change the enterprise search game by putting it into a more modern machine learning-driven context to use today’s technology to help you find that perfect response just as you typically do on the web.

> Announcing Meta-Dataset: A Dataset of Datasets for Few-Shot Learning on Google AI Blog | May 13

The authors propose a large-scale and diverse benchmark for measuring the competence of different image classification models in a realistic and challenging few-shot setting, offering a framework in which one can investigate several important aspects of few-shot classification.

Scientists Bridge Neuroscience With AI Machine Learning by Cami Rosso on Psychology Today | May 15

Researchers discover brain-inspired algorithms for faster AI learning.

After all, deep learning is somewhat inspired by the human intelligence of the biological brain. Make sure to check this short, interesting read!

> Our weird behavior during the pandemic is messing with AI models by Will Douglas Heavenarchive page on MIT Technology Review | May 11

Machine-learning models trained on normal behavior are showing cracks —forcing humans to step in to set them straight.

KDnuggets™ News of the week with top stories and tweets of the past week, plus opinions, tutorials, events, webinars, meetings, and jobs.

> Old but gold, the reliable Reddit thread on ML for more news on machine learning. There’s always something for everyone – tips, tricks, hacks, and more news.


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