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New Theory on Deep Learning: Information Bottleneck

Naftali Tishby, a computer scientist and neuroscientist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, presented a new theory explaining how deep learning works, called the...
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Competition in IoT Connectivity Space Heats Up as Helium Enters LPWAN Fray

Back in April we shared a post on IoT connectivity -- comparing LoRa, SigFox, RPMA, and other LPWAN technologies. As new players make their...
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Baidu Announces $1.5B Autonomous Driving Fund

Chinese tech giant Baidu recently announced a $1.5 billion fund aimed at supporting around 100 autonomous driving tech companies over the next three years.Baidu...

New Smart Home Products from Nest – Nest Hello and Nest Secure

Nest has just unveiled a new set of products for the smart home, including a wireless video doorbell called Nest Hello, and outdoor version...

Turns Out 5G Has Trouble Penetrating Windows – Whoops

There's a lot of hype around 5G, and understandably so. The upcoming evolution of 4G LTE promises extremely fast wireless communication with up to...

Machines Given Innate Curiosity to Help Them Become More Efficient

Computer scientists are finding ways to code curiosity into intelligent machines, making them more efficient. Although extrinsic motivation is well-known for machine learning (i.e....
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Insights from Google Cloud OnBoard

In the late 1990s, Apple unveiled a new marketing slogan, “Think Different.” It was meant to evoke ideas about non-conformity and creativity in an...
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Amazon Working on First Wearable Device: Alexa-Powered Smart Glasses

Financial times reported today that Amazon is working on it's first ever wearable device - a pair of smart glasses.According to the report, the...
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Platform Wars (Part II): Amazon AI

In the last edition of Platform Wars, we examined Google’s recent moves to establish its AI products on the cloud. Today, we look at...

Concept For Smart Glasses That Can Control Devices Via Nose Gestures

Computer scientists from KAIST University in South Korea, Keio University in Japan, the University of St Andrews in Scotland and the Georgia Institute of...

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