This week in AI & Machine Learning: Deepmind’s MuZero, AI Infinite bass solo, Facebook AI interoperability, Natural Graph Networks, Waymo, and more.
Happy Holidays from Sixgill:
As many of us will be full of holiday cheer next week, this will be our last weekly AI post of 2020. Thank you for reading, and I hope you’ve enjoyed staying up to date on artificial intelligence and machine learning with us. We look forward to posting in the new year!
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Listen to this deep learning model jam out in an infinite bass solo on a youtube live stream. The model was trained by dadabots on an original two hour improvised bass solo by Adam Neely. I’m ready for more interesting new AI music.
Deepmind continues to push the boundaries of what’s capable with AI. MuZero can learn to play games like go, chess, shoghi, and atari without even being told what the rules are. MuZero can navigate unknown environments and develop strategies that fit. This is a major milestone in Deepmind’s pursuit of general purpose AI algorithms.
Learn how this robot can overcome issues and be adaptive to new environments with something called “Hebbian Learning”
Check out some thoughts published on forbes about what’s to come in 2021 for the AI field.