Last Week in AI
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Former Tesla AI Leas Forrest Iandola and researchers from UC Berkeley published a paper proposing a new method for optimizing large language models to run un mobile devices.
Self-Supervised Video Understanding
AI researchers from Facebook published a paper outlining a self-supervised model for video analysis.
Cross Language Skills Benchmark
Microsoft Research published a paper proposing XGLUE, a new benchmark dataset for evaluating cross-lingual transfer capabilities in natural language models.
Cool AI Tech Releases
NetHack Learning Environment
Facebook Research released a new reinforcelement learning environment in the famous NetHack game.
TensorFlow Privacy Library
TensorFlow released a new library that enables the testing of privacy features in deep learning models.
New ML Kit
Google announced some changes in its on-device machine learning framework, ML Kit, including its decoupling from Firebase.
AI Startups and Relevant News
NLP Startup Raises $26 Million
RASA, a startup building a platform for conversational AI agents, raised $26 million from prominent venture investors such as Andreesen Horowitz.
New Apple’s Core ML
Apple’s mobile toolkit got a lot of new and exciting updates including the ability to update models on the fly.
Apple’s AI Strategy
Apple is executing in an AI strategy focused on delivering small conveniences to users instead of large AI initiatives.