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Every week, Invector Labs publishes a newsletter that covers the most recent developments in AI research and technology. You can find this week’s issue below. You can sign up for it below. Please do so, our guys worked really hard on this:

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From the Editor: Reimagining Enterprise Search with Machine Learning

The emergence of deep learning and disciplines such as natural language understanding(NLU) opens the door to new posibilities in the enterprise search space. Deep learning methods could enable queries in natural language or infering relationships between documents. This week, Amazon took a step at reimagining the enterprise search experience using deep learning witht the introduction of Kendra, a new service that uses natural languages to search documents across heterogenous sources. Beyond the individual release, Kendra is a stepping stone towards a new generation of enterprise search technologies with AI as a first class citizen.

Now let’s take a look at the core developments in AI research and technology this week:

AI Research

AI to Detect Hate Speech

>Read more in this blog post from the FAIR team

Accelerating Neural Network Training

>Read more in this blog post from Google Research

Better Predictions for Self-Driving Cars

>Read more in this blog post from the Waymo engineering team

Cool AI Tech Releases

AWS Kendra

>Read more in this blog post from the AWS team

Uber’s OED Framework

>Read more in this blog post from the Uber engineering team

AI Startups and Relevant News

Intel Capital Beats Big on AI

>Read more in this coverage from VentureBeat

AI to Replace Business Consultants

>Read more in this coverage with TechCrunch

AI-Based Enterprise Translation

>Read more in this coverage from Crunchbase

Written by

CEO of IntoTheBlock, Chief Scientist at Invector Labs, Guest lecturer at Columbia University, Angel Investor, Author, Speaker.

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