Infinite Machine Learning

What's new in ML: Space telescope, rare earth elements, universal speech translator, quantitative reasoning, quantum computing, robots handling deformable material, and how AI systems can explain a piece of code.

July 14, 2022 Prateek Joshi
Infinite Machine Learning
What's new in ML: Space telescope, rare earth elements, universal speech translator, quantitative reasoning, quantum computing, robots handling deformable material, and how AI systems can explain a piece of code.
Show Notes

In this episode, Prateek Joshi talks about:
- Images captured by James Webb space telescope
- Discovery of rare earth elements in Turkey
- Meta's large language model NLLB-200 that can translate 200 languages
- Minerva: Google's AI system that can solve quantitative reasoning problems
- Google demonstrates quantum advantage for machine learning
- MIT and Stanford researchers show how robots can handle deformable material
- How GPT-3 can explain a piece of code