Kyle Wiggers
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Kyle Wiggers

Kyle Wiggers writes about artificial intelligence for VentureBeat and lives in New York City.

TensorFlow graph neural networks (GNN)
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Google today released TensorFlow Graph Neural Networks (TF-GNN) in alpha, a library designed to make it easier to work with graph-structured data using TensorFlow, its machine learning framework. Used in production at Google for spam and anomaly detection, traffic estimation, and YouTube content labeling, Google says that TF-GNN is designed to “encourage

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Facebook Ego4D AI dataset and benchmarks
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Facebook has announced Ego4D, a long-term project aimed at solving AI research challenges in “egocentric perception,” or first-person views. The goal is to teach AI systems to comprehend and interact with the world like humans do as opposed to in the third-person, omniscient way that most AI currently does. It’s

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Speech recognition systems show bias
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This article originally appeared on VentureBeat and is reproduced with permission. Even state-of-the-art automatic speech recognition (ASR) algorithms struggle to recognize the accents of people from certain regions of the world. That’s the top-line finding of a new study published by researchers at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Cancer Institute, and the Delft

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This article was originally published at VentureBeat and is reproduced with permission. January AI, a startup developing a platform that predicts diabetic patients’ responses to certain foods, today announced that it raised $8.8 million. Notable investors in the round included Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, YouTube cofounder Steve Chen, and former

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