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Deep Learning Neural Networks Are Hot — Here’s Why

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by Angela Guess Dean Takahashi recently wrote for VentureBeat, “Neural networks had a lot of promise in the field of artificial intelligence in the 1980s and 1990s. But decades later, the revitalized category of “deep-learning neural networks” is making huge progress. That’s the analysis from Jeff Dean, senior fellow at Google, speaking at the Nvidia…

The Challenge of Scaling Neural Networks

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by Angela Guess Mark Montgomery of Computer World recently wrote, “One of the primary obstacles to applied AI has been with scaling neural networks, particularly containing rich descriptive data and complex autonomous algorithms. Even in today’s relatively low cost computing environment scale is problematic, resulting in graduate students at Stanford’s AI lab complaining to their…

Facebook Open Sources AI Tools, Increasing Access to Deep Learning

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by Angela Guess Larry Dignan of ZDnet reports, “Facebook on Friday said it will open source deep learning modules for the Torch artificial intelligence project in a move that could speed up technology and make it more accessible to developers and ultimately companies. The social networking giant has a long open source contribution history and…

Red Lamba’s AI-Enabled Security Solution Stands Up To Operational Data Volume And Velocity Challenge

by Jennifer Zaino Red Lambda, a company spun out of the University of Florida, late last month was recognized by The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA)’s NextGen program for providing the most innovative security solution. SIIA cited its advances in supercomputing, relational stream processing and artificial intelligence as part of its integrated MetaGrid platform…