Tag: MIT

Yoshua Bengio: From Deep Learning to Consciousness – Robin.ly Interview @ NeurIPS 2019

Dr. Bengio is a world leading researcher and artificial intelligence and a pioneer of deep learning. He received the ACM A.M. Turing Award known as “the Nobel Prize of Computing” jointly with Geoffrey Hinton, and Yann LeCun in 2018. The award recognized their work for conceptual engineering breakthroughs that have made deep neural networks and…

By Stanley Isaacs December 15, 2019 0

Teaching Computer Science to All

The session today is about computing for all. And obviously it has intersections with the last panel and the panels earlier. And the way I interpret it is to mean, teach computer science very broadly across disciplines, across different stages of education, and across geographies. So well, I guess I forgot to tell you who…

By Stanley Isaacs December 14, 2019 13

Learning Sleep From Wireless Signal

What if WiFi can tell when you are dreaming? Dreaming is a biological phenomenon associated with certain brain activities Brain activities change and enter different stages during sleep such as awake, light sleep, deep sleep and rapid eye movement or REM Each stage has its own functions dreams mainly during REM deep sleep for memory…

By Stanley Isaacs December 12, 2019 5

MIT 6.S094: Deep Learning

Thank you everyone for braving the cold, and the snow To be here This is 6.S094: Deep Learning for Self-Driving Cars And, it’s a course where we cover the topic of Deep learning Which is a set of techniques, that have taken a leap in the last decade For our understanding Of what artificial intelligence…

By Stanley Isaacs December 5, 2019 50