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Microsoft’s New AI Writes Code For People Who Don’t Know Coding

DeepCoder is an artificial intelligence system built by the researchers at Microsoft and the University of Cambridge. Based on a technique called program synthesis, DeepCoder can write working code after searching from a huge code database. It tries to make the best possible arrangement for the harvested code fragments and improves its efficiency over time. We’ve about the very basic artificial intelligence ...

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How AI Is Changing The Way Companies Are Organized

Artificial Intelligence may still be in its infancy, but it’s already forcing leadership teams around the world to reconsider some of their core structures. Advances in technology are causing firms to restructure their organizational makeup, transform their HR departments, develop new training models, and reevaluate their hiring practices. This is according to Deloitte’s 2017 Human Capital Trends Report, wh ...

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Beyond vectors: efficiency in Natural Language Processing

NYU MSDS student Raul Delgado Sanchez talks diffusion maps When you text a friend saying ‘I’ll fall you later’, how does your iPhone know to correct ‘fall’ to ‘call’? Auto-correct owes its prowess to a field that continues to gain paramount importance among computer scientists, and is an especially lively area of study at our very own Center for Data Science: Natural Language Processing (NLP). Generally spe ...

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Nebula as a Storage Platform to Build Airbnb’s Search Backends – Airbnb Engineering & Data Science – Medium

Last year Airbnb grew to a point that a scalable and distributed storage system was required to store data for some applications. For example, personalization data for search grew larger than what a single machine can hold. While we could rebuild just the personalization service to scale up, we foresaw other services to have similar requirements and decided to build a common platform to simplify such tasks ...

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The next AI is no AI | TechCrunch

Artificial Intelligence is starting to turn invisible from the outside in — and vice versa. The exact effects and workings of AI technologies are becoming more challenging to perceive and comprehend for humans. Even the experts themselves don’t always fully understand how an AI system operates. Effectively, as the impact of AI technologies increases, the more limited becomes our ability to understand their ...

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XGBoost4J: Portable Distributed XGBoost in Spark, Flink and Dataflow

Introduction XGBoost is a library designed and optimized for tree boosting. Gradient boosting trees model is originally proposed by Friedman et al. By embracing multi-threads and introducing regularization, XGBoost delivers higher computational power and more accurate prediction. More than half of the winning solutions in machine learning challenges hosted at Kaggle adopt XGBoost (Incomplete list). XGBoost ...

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Pioneering Stanford computer researcher and educator Edward McCluskey dies

Pioneering Stanford computer researcher and educator Edward McCluskey diesThe professor emeritus who paved the way for everything from complex chips to crash-proof computers, and who trained 75 PhDs, also loved quirky hats and nature.BY TOM ABATEJoel SimonA pioneer in computer engineering, Edward McCluskey was also a notable educator of many PhDs who went on to become industry leaders.Edward J. McCluskey, a ...

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