Siraj Raval explains the importance of neural differential equations to time-series data and why it’s a big deal.
If you missed all the goings-on at CES last week, BBC Click has a round up.
Taking a break from AI and Data Science on this snow day in DC, check out this list that WatchMojo has compiled the top 10 Bruce Lee moments in cinema.
Lex Fridman posted a video an introductory lecture overviewing the basics of deep learning including a few key ideas, subfields, and the big picture of why neural networks have inspired and energized an entire new generation of researchers.
Bloomberg takes a closer look at “the Silicon Valley of China,” Shenzhen, in this interesting video. It’s hard to believe that just 40 years ago, it was a sleepy fishing village near the Hong Kong border.
In this episode of National Geographic’s Year Million, the show takes on AI, robotics, and their impact on human society.
Two Minute Papers has a video on a recently published paper about an AI that learns from observing humans and what makes this approach different than reinforcement learning.
Yes, you read that right. Robots rapping. Here’s a fun video set to the tune of Rapper’s Delight that explains some of the research in combining AI with robotics. The Sugar Hill Gang would be proud.
Adam Saxton from Guy in a Cube talka about 5 things you might not know about Power BI. These are little things that are great for folks just starting out with Power BI, or maybe you’ve used Power BI for a while and just didn’t know about these little things.
Here’s a great lecture from Stanford University introducing the core concepts of convolutional neural networks for computer vision.