Tackling climate change with ML, deep-learning architecture for creating high-quality animation and a web app to generate code for machine learning in today’s Data Science Daily 📰
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Last Friday, NeurIPS 2020 partnered with Climate Change AI (CCAI) — an organization of researchers, engineers, entrepreneurs, investors, policymakers, companies and NGOs aiming to catalyze impactful work at the intersection of climate change and machine learning — to host the Tackling Climate Change with ML Workshop, which explored how the ML community could collaborate with other fields and practitioners in this fight.
Machine Learning (ML) is without a doubt an invaluable tool in the fight against climate change. A wide array of applications and techniques are already being explored, from smart electric grid design to satellite-tracking of greenhouse gas emissions and countless others.
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MoGlow is a new deep-learning architecture for creating high-quality animation. Its key advantages include:
- It is general. Unlike most prior work in motion generation, the same method works for generating a wide variety of motion types, such as diverse human locomotion, dog locomotion, and arm and body gestures driven by speech.
- It is controllable: Output motion can be conditioned on an arbitrary control input, such as which direction to walk, used to achieve interactive control over the output motion without algorithmic latency.
- It is probabilistic and learns an entire distribution of plausible output motions that are consistent with the desired control.
Evaluations show that MoGlow produces convincingly natural motion and approaches state-of-the-art performance on each application it was tested on— despite the fact that MoGlow is completely general and free from task-specific assumptions, whereas each state-of-the-art method is custom-designed for a single task only.
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