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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: Bridging the Gap Between Language and Vision in AI Systems

Today, its nearly impossible for a language model to reuse knowledge from a vision model and viceversa. However, recent breakthroughs in language learning such as Transformers are starting to show promises in the image analysis field. Just this week, OpenAI published a paper unveiling a language model that was sucessfully trained using pixels sequences and was able to generate realistic images. A small step towards bridging the gap between language and vision in AI systems.

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

AI Research

A Language Model that can Generate Realistic Images

>Read the research paper here

Solving Tasks in Novel Environments

>Read the research paper here

Zero-Shot Learning for Image Analysis

>Read more in this blog post from Microsoft Research

Selective Attention for Reinforcement Learning Agents

>Learn more in this blog post from Google Research

Cool AI Tech Releases

Apache Hudi

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

The AI Powering LinkedIn Learning

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

AI Startups and Relevant News

AI Hiring Slows Down Due to Coronavirus

>Read more in the original article from LinkedIn Pulse

Streamlit Raises $19 Million

>Read more in this coverage from VentureBeat

Amazon Deploys Social Distancing AI Solution

>Read more in this coverage of Wired

Written by

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

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