In the same way that BERT and RoBERTa structure words in a three-dimensional space reminiscent of a word cloud, the two neural networks work together to arrange image attributes (such as object shape and background color) in a theoretical space, where similar images are closer together and dissimilar images are farther apart. LeCun says the research has yielded image classifiers accurate enough to exceed current image-recognition benchmarks, but he still doubts that the approach will ultimately produce image classifiers that are good at detecting harmful imagery, and efficient enough to run at a large scale. That’s because the theoretical space the networks must create to accommodate numeric representations of every possible aspect of every pixel of an image is just too large. … [Read more...] about Facebook’s AI for detecting hate speech is facing its biggest challenge yet
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Two years back, he came across an online app that sensitized him to goal-based investing as well as spoke about the importance of a risk profile as a crucial step before investing. Kalpesh was impressed; he opened an account on this app, transferred his existing mutual fund schemes here and started investing. The advisor at this app firm reviewed my portfolio and suggested many changes for repairing the portfolio. From 10 mutual fund schemes, Kalpesh now invests in just four. His portfolio has also been doing well, despite the COVID-19 induced market volatility. … [Read more...] about Millennials love investing via apps, but are they aware of the pitfalls?
As leaders, we should be constantly finding ways not only to encourage our teams to do great work, but also to have a healthy work-life balance. When people can take time for themselves, they can give more of themselves to their work. Leading by example is the best way to encourage this and to set a precedent for your teammates. And, as the newness of working remotely wears off, asking yourself and fellow leaders and managers these three questions will help ensure you’re supporting employees, inside and outside of the virtual office, and showing up for them during these challenging times. … [Read more...] about Is your team prepared for long-term remote work? Ask these 3 questions to find out
The app, created with input from a brain trust that includes former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, asks the user if they’ve recently tested positive for COVID-19, come into contact with someone who has, or been in proximity to a COVID-19 outbreak. It then offers up a list of symptoms and asks if the user has experienced any of them. If a person says yes to even one of those symptoms—such as a headache—the app tells them to see a healthcare provider and does not generate the QR code that would give them entry to school buildings. … [Read more...] about Ex-Google VP’s new app is helping 30,000 Kansas students return to college