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Гости подкаста — специалисты в разных сферах AI. С ними мы обсуждаем профессию AI Researcher, карьерный рост и собеседования, а также исследования в разных областях, от фундаментального AI до медицины и квантовых компьютеров.
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Find me on Github/Twitter/Kaggle @SamDeepLearning. Find me on LinkedIn @SamPutnam. This Podcast is supported by Enterprise Deep Learning | Cambridge/Boston | New York City | Hanover, NH | http://www.EnterpriseDeepLearning.com. Contact: Sam@EDeepLearning.com, 802-299-1240, P.O. Box 863, Hanover, NH, USA, 03755. We move deep learning to production. I teach the worldwide Deploying Deep Learning Masterclass at http://www.DeepLearningConf.com in NYC regularly and am a Deep Learning Consultant ser ...
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Most AI research today is done by elite universities and corporate labs. The pursuit of science and creativity should be a viable project for any person, from any walk of life, who is excited by that feeling of mystery and building something that grows. chloe is an end to end neural network chatbot written in PyTorch based on the transformer. Accomplishing goals through conversation is a task we can relate to, chatbots are an ideal agent through which to connect new research to our current u ...
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PolyAI's Global VP of Solution Consulting Brad talks with CEO Nikola about the future of customer data in the contact center. They discuss the value of data in improving customer service, the challenges in gathering practical data faced by traditional contact centers, the role of AI in capturing and analyzing data, and the potential benefits of usi…
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Nikola and Michelle dish about the future of fully automated support systems, the pros and cons of effective accelerationism, and the balance between automation and human interaction in the contact center - now and tomorrow.Oleh Michelle Schroeder, Nikola Mrkšić
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Kylie Whitehead and Meghan Berton discuss the importance of implementing guardrails to limit a system to its intended scope and ensure the generated outputs are safe. They also touch on topics like user input filtering, hybrid generative AI solutions, hallucination management, and preventing offensive or biased responses. These and highlighting cha…
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Cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. Nathan Smith, as a college sophomore experienced the liberation that comes with transformational learning. In this podcast he explains how a focus on understanding and deep learning informs his Christian faith as well as his life as a surgeon.Oleh Mike Gray/Nathan Smith
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Damien and Nikola discuss the importance of safeguarding when deploying generative AI instances, specifically calling out the recent DPD debacle, where a chatbot was manipulated to produce inappropriate content. The episode also touches on the concept of retrieval augmented generation (RAG), and the potential flags to watch out for when building an…
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Kylie and Michelle converse about the role of brand in the contact center, highlighting the disconnect between the effort put into creating engaging brand experiences and the impersonal nature of current contact center operations. They explore the challenges brands face in maintaining a consistent brand experience and personal connection throughout…
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In this insightful episode, host Kylie Whitehead converses with Dr. Ivan Vulić, a Senior Scientist at PolyAI and a Principal Research Associate at the University of Cambridge. They discuss the development and advantages of 'Pheme', a new, more efficient model for voice generation developed by PolyAI. Unlike existing Text-To-Speech (TTS) models, Phe…
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In this episode, Michelle and Nikola discuss the year in review for PolyAI and the advancements in conversational AI. They also talk about New Year's resolutions and the impact of generative AI on various industries, including therapy and entertainment, address skeptics and deniers, and conclude by creating a virtual assistant for Nikola's Serbian …
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Join hosts Michelle and Nikola as they dive into a potentially industry-shaping lawsuit: the New York Times vs OpenAI. They explore various aspects of this case, including implications for copyright, fair use, and the value of journalism in today's AI-driven world. The duo also touches upon potential threats to traditional journalism from AI, the s…
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Join host Kylie Whitehead as she discusses the transformation of voice generation with PolyAI's head of machine learning, Paweł Budzianowski. They delve into the history of voice generation, discussing its inception in the 1950s and the influence of movies like 'Her' on its development. They also explore the shortcomings of current AI voices like S…
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In this episode of Deep Learning with PolyAI, Michelle and Nikola shed light on the potential of AI and voice technology in enhancing the retail customer experience. They talk about the challenges retail faces, the importance of brand consistency, the impacts of seasonality on the industry, and how AI can streamline processes while maintaining a hi…
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In this highly reactive episode of Deep Learning, Damien and Nikola talk about the recent announcement of the AI Alliance and Google's Gemini release. They discuss the formation and purpose of the AI Alliance, the role of academia in the AI space, and the potential impact on the future of organizational design. They also speculate about the motives…
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The Deep Learning pod is back, and this week Nikola and Michelle discuss effective altruism, its influence on technology builders, and its potential role in the recent OpenAI drama. Is it a guise for-profit entities to deflect scrutiny? Should it be the guiding force for AI regulation, or at minimum, responsible deployment? What's Peter Singer's sh…
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In this thought-provoking episode of Deep Learning with PolyAI, hosts Damien (Communications) and Nikola (CEO & Co-Founder) delve into the topic of Artificial General Intelligence (AGI) and its broad implications. Nikola shares his expert understanding of AGI, contrasting it with popular views of AI and shedding light on the effects and challenges …
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This week, hosts Michelle Schroeder (SVP, Marketing) and Nikola Mrkšić (CEO, Co-Founder) of PolyAI talk about the crux of boosting both operational efficiency and customer experience. The hosts examine how the pitfalls of traditional interactive voice response (IVR) systems have shaped customer perceptions, and how a blend of AI and human interacti…
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PolyAI's Michelle and Nikola unpack announcements from this week's DevDay, touching on GPT-4 Turbo, the impact of consistent model output, the marketization of custom GPTs, and the intriguing possibilities of new text-to-speech capabilities. Additionally, we touch on the importance of reproducibility and security considerations in enterprise-level …
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In this episode of the PolyAI podcast, host Kylie Whitehead interviews Paweł Budzianowski, the head of machine learning at PolyAI. They dive into the past 70 years of speech recognition, moving from hidden Markov models to deep learning transformations and beyond. Plus, Seinfeld and Jordan Peele in the speech zeitgeist? 00:43 The Importance of Voic…
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In a continuation of last week's episode, PolyAI's Michelle (SVP Marketing), Nikola (CEO) and Yan (COO) delve into the challenges of enterprises building upon LLMs, and the importance of explainability, accountability, and safety in all aspects of AI deployment. Also, is hybrid the way in the short term?…
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Ooh, a new look! Michelle (SVP Marketing), Nikola (CEO), and Yan (COO) discuss the changing landscape of conversational AI, the impact of generative AI, control and expectations, and the potential for brands to sculpt their voice assistants to enhance customer experiences.Oleh Nikola Mrkšić, Michelle Schroeder, Yan Zhang
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This one starts off strong! Episode 3 in a weekly series touching on AI, voice and the customer experience. Today, Michelle and Nikola of PolyAI discuss the specific applications of genAI in the contact center, and what risks/benefits exist on both sides of the call.Oleh Nikola Mrkšić, Michelle Schroeder
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There's a lot of hype around the application of generative AI to the voice channel. Listen in as Nikola and Michelle discuss who's doing it and how, what pitfalls organizations need to be aware of, and what you can expect from the next generation of models like GPT 4.0 and beyond.Oleh Nikola Mrkšić, Michelle Schroeder
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In their first episode, join PolyAI CEO/co-founder Nikola Mrkšić and SVP Marketing Michelle Schroeder as they discuss – and demo! – the impact of generative AI on voice assistants for the enterprise. Future implications, initial hesitations by AI practitioners, and key differences between generative and non-generative models.…
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History seems to be something you either love or hate with almost no middle ground. Names, dates, events—trivial pursuit. Is that your view of history? What if history is really the assembly of facts into a compelling narrative? Our minds love stories! Join historian Brenda Schoolfield as she narrates her journey to a pedagogy that engages students…
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Гость выпуска — Андрей Васнецов — основатель & CTO Qdrant — стартапа, который разрабатывает векторную базу данных. С Андреем обсудили: - Что такое векторные базы данных и где они применяются; - Как векторные базы данных можно использовать в ChatGPT; - В чем сложность реализации векторных баз данных; - Путь Андрея в создании стартапа Ссылки: Таймкод…
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Pedagogy is often viewed as a personal choice and untouchable—a kind of third rail. The SITS model aims to transform faculty into clear incisive thinkers who embrace transformed pedagogy in order to optimize deep learning in their students. This episode is an interview with the Track 2 faculty cohort in the Summer Institute in Teaching Science 2023…
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The 3-legged stool is the compact embodiment of a comprehensive model of teaching and learning. In this episode we explore the development of clear thinking teachers through an interview with Dr. Timothy Tittiris, a participant in Track 1 of the Summer Institute in Teaching Science 2023.Oleh Mike Gray
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Гость выпуска — Ольга Кардымон, научный сотрудник и руководитель группы «Биоинформатика» Института искусственного интеллекта AIRI С Ольгой обсудили: - Путь Ольги в науке: из чистой биологии до AI; - Языковые модели в работе с ДНК и белками. Почему NLP вообще подходит для изучения ДНК и белков и зачем нужна языковая модель ДНК; - Последние достижени…
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The most powerful strategy for answering questions is asking questions. This query approach especially probes assumptions, ideas, and the relevant fact base. It sharpens thinking considerably and moves us toward deep understanding because we’ve come to know what our answer is based on.Oleh Michael Gray
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Yonatan is the CEO & Co-Founder of Deci AI, a deep-learning accelerator platform for developers to build, optimize, and deploy ultra-fast models on any hardware. Yonatan has been the face of Deci and is bringing together the brightest minds around the world to build a revolutionary platform for deep learning. In our chat today we talk about Yonatan…
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Nothing is more fundamental to deep and durable learning than compelling questions. In this episode I’ll show you how to use point of view and a recognition of your motive—what you are trying to accomplish with your thinking—to craft big questions. The best questions are a quest for principles which unlock our understanding and give us the power to…
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Thinking is driven by questions. Questions are answered through the interaction of necessary assumptions, a fact base to which thinking is accountable, and—most of all—a conceptual framework. Conceptual frameworks harness the power of patterns to look for parallels that leverage past learning to solve present problems.…
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Every area of human endeavor is an outworking of a way of thinking. We all default to a particular way of thinking, usually without recognizing it. This episode is designed to help you be intentional about where your conclusions are coming from. The core of your thinking is the combination of point-of-view, motivation (what you are trying to accomp…
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Great conversations are driven by empathetic listening that results in good questions. Good questions encourage the other person to open up and share. Good questions give the questioner an opportunity to learn from another person’s life experience. In this episode my guest, Laura from Asia, characterizes being a good questioner as showing hospitali…
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Гость выпуска — Александр Петюшко, Technical Lead Manager в компании Nuro. Александр также был гостем самого первого выпуска нашего подкаста, где мы говорили с ним о собеседованиях в AI Research =) О чем говорили с Александром в этот раз: - нужна ли математика в ML/DL; - математика и теория ML/DL — одно и то же или нет? - где конкретно математика н…
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