This week in AI & Machine Learning: AI designing AI chips faster than humans, Kroger drone delivery, government data for AI research, NetHack RL challenge, TensorFlow Quantum, and more!

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If you’re interested in learning computer vision, join my upcoming live workshops:

You’ll learn how you can build datasets faster and start solving problems with computer vision using your own data.

Or, get started now by trying out Sense Data Annotation to experience the future of computer vision with AI-Powered labeling features!

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This week in AI & Machine Learning: Cattle tracking with computer vision & blockchain, fruit picking robots, GPT-Neo, simulation to real world transfer learning, building object detection models and more!

Author’s Note:

It’s a new month! This means I’ll be teaching another set of live workshops!

June 30th at 5:30pm PDT: Intro to Computer Vision: Building Object Detection Models and Datasets. This is a great place to learn how to solve problems with computer vision by creating your own models and datasets!

I also have multiple dates and times for Data Annotation for Computer Vision & AI-Powered Labeling LIVE Demos! If you’re already familiar with creating models but want to learn how to label datasets faster, this is for you! …


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Author’s Note:

Try out Sense Data Annotation to experience the future of computer vision data annotation with AI-Powered labeling features!

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This week in AI & Machine Learning: Google’s next gen AI chip, Facebook unsupervised speech recognition, pizza robots, TensorFlow Lite for Microcontrollers, and more!

Author’s Note:

I’m teaching a free workshop on May 26th at 5:30pm PDT! Join Intro to Computer Vision: Building Object Detection Models and Datasets to learn how to solve problems using computer vision with your own datasets!

AutoLabel in Action: Try Sense Data Annotation for free!

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Author’s Note:

If you’re interested in learning about computer vision or building labeled datasets for computer vision applications, check out my two upcoming events in May: Data Annotation for Computer Vision & AI-Powered Labeling & Intro to Computer Vision: Building Object Detection Models and Datasets. I’m excited to see what you build!

You can try Sense Data Annotation for free before the upcoming workshops!

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This week in AI & Machine Learning: USA launches AI.gov, $100 Million to accelerate gene therapy, let a sommel-AI-er choose your wine, robotics in healthcare, fastai v2.3.1, data annotation for computer vision, and more!

Author’s Note:

If you’re interested in learning about computer vision or building labeled datasets for computer vision applications, check out my two upcoming events in May: Data Annotation for Computer Vision & AI-Powered Labeling & Intro to Computer Vision: Building Object Detection Models and Datasets. I hope to see you there!

You can try Sense Data Annotation for free before the upcoming workshops!

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This week in AI & Machine Learning: Lyft sells self-driving car division, robotaxis, AI’s carbon footprint, robot makes paella, self-supervised learning with transformers, RNA Sequencing, how drones are reshaping Africa, and more!

Author’s Note:

Last week I was invited to speak at the San Francisco Bay Association for Computing Machinery group about computer vision and data annotation. You can read the recap here!

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A how-to talk on getting started in computer vision and data annotation with the the San Francisco Bay Association for Computing Machinery group

I recently had the pleasure of being invited to speak about getting started with computer vision, data annotation, and object detection with the San Francisco Bay ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) group.

I’d like to give a huge shout out to all the organizers for running such a smooth virtual event! I encourage you to check out their upcoming talks!

For upcoming machine learning workshops check out sixgill.com/events.

Watch the Talk & Find Resources Below:

Workshop Recording:

Build your own object detection model from start to finish. This workshop includes an overview of computer vision applications, step-by-step instructions on data annotation, and model training with your own dataset.

Sense Data Annotation with AI-Powered Labeling Tools:


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Author’s Note:

If you’re interested in learning about computer vision or building labeled datasets for object detection, checkout my upcoming workshop on April 28th at 5:30pm PDT: Intro to Computer Vision: Building Object Detection Models and Datasets. I hope to see you there!

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Author’s Note:

If you’re interested in learning about computer vision or building labeled datasets for object detection, checkout my upcoming workshop: Intro to Computer Vision: Building Object Detection Models and Datasets. I hope to see you there!

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Sage Elliott

I do machine learning and people learning at Sixgill! sixgill.com

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