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Dagmar Monett
Works at Berlin School of Economics and Law
Attended Humboldt University of Berlin
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Big things happening this week in Machine Learning: http://buff.ly/267EScb
This week’s top Machine Learning stories: forecasting the effects of weather, the success of cochlear implants, soccer tournament results…
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Check out Magenta, an open-source research project in #TensorFlow looking at music and art generation with machine learning. See magenta.tensorflow.org or our GitHub at github.com/tensorflow/magenta. #MagentaML
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Terrapattern, Google Earth's new "search engine," is the first open-access search tool for satellite imagery. http://ow.ly/e7l2300EPi9
By applying machine learning to satellite imagery, a new tool makes the landscape newly searchable.
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"Inspired by the techniques used by online dating sites, which are continually refining how they match people to improve outcomes, London-based people analytics startup Saberr has arrived at a formula that predicts whether a team will succeed or fail based on individuals' responses to a profiling questionnaire."

"Early on, co-founder Alistair Shepherd put this to the test at a business plan competition at the University of Bristol. Prior to the week-long event, Shepherd asked all members of participating teams to complete his questionnaire. He hadn't met any of the contestants and knew nothing of their business plans, skills, experience or demographics."

"He crunched the numbers and predicted the rankings of the eight teams, placing details in a sealed envelope. At the end of the week, the predictions were found to have been 100% accurate. 'We precisely matched all eight positions.'"
Inspired by the techniques used by online dating sites, Saberr’s formula uses analytics to tell whether a team will succeed or fail
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Today, we’re excited to announce a dedicated Machine Learning research group in Europe, based in our Zurich office. Google Research, Europe, will foster an environment where software engineers and researchers specializing in ML will have the opportunity to develop products and conduct research right here in Europe, as part of the wider efforts at Google.
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Today we are releasing Motion Stills, an iOS app that applies our video stabilization technology to your Apple Live Photos to freeze the background into a still photo or create sweeping cinematic pans. The resulting looping GIFs and movies come alive, and can easily be shared via messaging or on social media.

Learn how it works on the Google Research blog, linked below, then download the app at https://goo.gl/36C9kt. Show us your favorite clips on social media by tagging them with #motionstill .
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These are the big applications for Facebook’s newest artificial intelligence system called“DeepText”. 400,000 new stories and 125,000 comments on public posts are shared every minute on Facebook. DeepText will help Facebook analyze several thousand per second across 20 languages with near-human accuracy.
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"AI is the new electricity. Here's what I mean by that. Over 100 years ago, when people like Thomas Edison, Westinghouse, and so on, started to electrify our nation, there were the first few apps: electric lighting, and maybe telegraph, and so on. But electricity has since transformed everything. And there were so many unexpected ramifications, like, electricity enabled refrigeration, which changed the entire food supply chain system. It changed from steam engines to electric motors which changed the way we build up our industry. I think AI could have a similarly transformative effect. Today, we're in the stage where companies are hiring, like a chief data officer, maybe in the future a chief AI officer, to come and sprinkle a bit of AI on top of everything. Just like in the early days we used to have a role called the VP of Electricity. Because electricity was really complicated; you had to to hire someone to manage it. I think we're in that stage now. And this is creating a lot of value. If you're not quite sure what else to do, if you're a C-level exec, if you hire a chief data officer or chief AI officer, they can come sprinkle a bit of AI on things, and it will be worth your while. I think in the next several years, there'll be another transformation, where AI needs to be a company-level, strategic decision."
Andrew Ng, Chief Scientist with Baidu, on deploying deep learning solutions in practice with conversational AI and beyond.
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    Prof. of Computer Science, 2010 - present
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Cuban-German scientist and #EduTech enthusiast, Prof. of Computer Science with focus on Artificial Intelligence, Software Engineering and Computer Science Education
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  • Humboldt University of Berlin
    Ph.D. Computer Science, 2000 - 2005
  • Havana University
    M.Sc. Computer Science, 1995 - 1998
  • Havana University
    B.Sc. Computer Science, 1987 - 1992
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