Infinite Machine Learning

What's new in ML: Prateek Joshi talks about generative AI, enzyme that can break down plastic quickly, nuclear fusion, low-carbon concrete, synthesizing molecules, object detection, few-shot learning.

May 04, 2022 Prateek Joshi
Infinite Machine Learning
What's new in ML: Prateek Joshi talks about generative AI, enzyme that can break down plastic quickly, nuclear fusion, low-carbon concrete, synthesizing molecules, object detection, few-shot learning.
Show Notes

In this episode, the host Prateek Joshi covers a range of topics including:
- Generative AI and OpenAI's DALL-E 2
- ML based enzyme that can break down plastic really quickly
- Predicting the performance of plasma for nuclear fusion
- Creating low-carbon concrete with ML
- Building ML models that suggest molecular structures that can be synthesized in the lab
- Google launches Pix2Seq, a new language interface for object detection.
- DeepMind introduces Flamingo, a single visual language model (VLM) for few-shot learning.
- Anaconda announces PyScript. It's an in-browser, single-include way to run Python scripts in HTML pages as easily as JavaScript.