AI & ML Newsletter: DeepMind’s Go-playing AI doesn’t need human help to beat us anymore [2017W42]
Week 42 of 2017
From AlphaGo Zero to Competitive Self-Play, here is this week’s AI & ML Newsletter.
# news articles in AI & ML
- AlphaGo Zero: Learning from scratch from DeepMind
- DeepMind’s Go-playing AI doesn’t need human help to beat us anymore on The Verge
- There’s No Fire Alarm for Artificial General Intelligence
- Applied Machine Learning: The Less Confusing Guide
- Spotify’s Discover Weekly: How machine learning finds your new music from HackerNoon
- A data driven guide to becoming a consistent billionaire
- Competitive Self-Play from OpenAI
- How Machine Learning with TensorFlow Enabled Mobile Proof-Of-Purchase at Coca-Cola from Google
- 5 things we learned from Waymo’s big self-driving car report
- Google Has Made a Mess of Robotics from Bloomberg
- BadNets: Identifying vulnerabilities in the machine learning model supply chain
- Google’s Machine Learning Software Has Learned to Replicate Itself
- Artificial Intelligence Learns to Learn Entirely on Its Own
- Introduction to Machine Learning with Python’s Scikit-learn
# quick messages from Altcademy
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That’s it for this week! See you next week.
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