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This is the audio podcast for the ML Street Talk YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/MachineLearningStreetTalk Thanks for checking us out! We think that scientists and engineers are the heroes of our generation. Each week we have a hard-hitting discussion with the leading thinkers in the AI space. Street Talk is unabashedly technical and non-commercial, so you will hear no annoying pitches. Corporate- and MBA-speak is banned on street talk, "data product", "digital transformation" a ...
 
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The last decade has witnessed an experimental revolution in data science and machine learning, epitomised by deep learning methods. Many high-dimensional learning tasks previously thought to be beyond reach -- such as computer vision, playing Go, or protein folding -- are in fact tractable given enough computational horsepower. Remarkably, the esse…
 
The ultimate goal of neuroscience is to learn how the human brain gives rise to human intelligence and what it means to be intelligent. Understanding how the brain works is considered one of humanity’s greatest challenges. Jeff Hawkins thinks that the reality we perceive is a kind of simulation, a hallucination, a confabulation. He thinks that our …
 
The field of Artificial Intelligence was founded in the mid 1950s with the aim of constructing “thinking machines” - that is to say, computer systems with human-like general intelligence. Think of humanoid robots that not only look but act and think with intelligence equal to and ultimately greater than that of human beings. But in the intervening …
 
Since its beginning in the 1950s, the field of artificial intelligence has vacillated between periods of optimistic predictions and massive investment and periods of disappointment, loss of confidence, and reduced funding. Even with today’s seemingly fast pace of AI breakthroughs, the development of long-promised technologies such as self-driving c…
 
It has been over three decades since the statistical revolution overtook AI by a storm and over two decades since deep learning (DL) helped usher the latest resurgence of artificial intelligence (AI). However, the disappointing progress in conversational agents, NLU, and self-driving cars, has made it clear that progress has not lived up to the pro…
 
Dr. Ishan Misra is a Research Scientist at Facebook AI Research where he works on Computer Vision and Machine Learning. His main research interest is reducing the need for human supervision, and indeed, human knowledge in visual learning systems. He finished his PhD at the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon. He has done stints at Microsoft Resea…
 
Professor Gary Marcus is a scientist, best-selling author, and entrepreneur. He is Founder and CEO of Robust.AI, and was Founder and CEO of Geometric Intelligence, a machine learning company acquired by Uber in 2016. Gary said in his recent next decade paper that — without us, or other creatures like us, the world would continue to exist, but it wo…
 
Bob Coercke is a celebrated physicist, he's been a Physics and Quantum professor at Oxford University for the last 20 years. He is particularly interested in Structure which is to say, Logic, Order, and Category Theory. He is well known for work involving compositional distributional models of natural language meaning and he is also fascinated with…
 
Performing reliably on unseen or shifting data distributions is a difficult challenge for modern vision systems, even slight corruptions or transformations of images are enough to slash the accuracy of state-of-the-art classifiers. When an adversary is allowed to modify an input image directly, models can be manipulated into predicting anything eve…
 
In today's show we are joined by Francois Chollet, I have been inspired by Francois ever since I read his Deep Learning with Python book and started using the Keras library which he invented many, many years ago. Francois has a clarity of thought that I've never seen in any other human being! He has extremely interesting views on intelligence as ge…
 
Dr. Christian Szegedy from Google Research is a deep learning heavyweight. He invented adversarial examples, one of the first object detection algorithms, the inceptionnet architecture, and co-invented batchnorm. He thinks that if you bet on computers and software in 1990 you would have been as right as if you bet on AI now. But he thinks that we h…
 
The race is on, we are on a collective mission to understand and create artificial general intelligence. Dr. Tom Zahavy, a Research Scientist at DeepMind thinks that reinforcement learning is the most general learning framework that we have today, and in his opinion it could lead to artificial general intelligence. He thinks there are no tasks whic…
 
First episode in a series we are doing on ML DevOps. Starting with the thing which nobody seems to be talking about enough, security! We chat with cyber security expert Andy Smith about threat modelling and trust boundaries for an ML DevOps system. Intro [00:00:00] ML DevOps - a security perspective [00:00:50] Threat Modelling [00:03:03] Adversaria…
 
Christoph Molnar is one of the main people to know in the space of interpretable ML. In 2018 he released the first version of his incredible online book, interpretable machine learning. Interpretability is often a deciding factor when a machine learning (ML) model is used in a product, a decision process, or in research. Interpretability methods ca…
 
Academics think of themselves as trailblazers, explorers — seekers of the truth. Any fundamental discovery involves a significant degree of risk. If an idea is guaranteed to work then it moves from the realm of research to engineering. Unfortunately, this also means that most research careers will invariably be failures at least if failures are mea…
 
Microsoft has an interesting strategy with their new “autonomous systems” technology also known as Project Bonsai. They want to create an interface to abstract away the complexity and esoterica of deep reinforcement learning. They want to fuse together expert knowledge and artificial intelligence all on one platform, so that complex problems can be…
 
Today we are going to talk about the *Data-efficient image Transformers paper or (DeiT) which Hugo is the primary author of. One of the recipes of success for vision models since the DL revolution began has been the availability of large training sets. CNNs have been optimized for almost a decade now, including through extensive architecture search…
 
Professor Mark Bishop does not think that computers can be conscious or have phenomenological states of consciousness unless we are willing to accept panpsychism which is idea that mentality is fundamental and ubiquitous in the natural world, or put simply, that your goldfish and everything else for that matter has a mind. Panpsychism postulates th…
 
Today we have professor Pedro Domingos and we are going to talk about activism in machine learning, cancel culture, AI ethics and kernels. In Pedro's book the master algorithm, he segmented the AI community into 5 distinct tribes with 5 unique identities (and before you ask, no the irony of an anti-identitarian doing do was not lost on us!). Pedro …
 
Dr. Simon Stringer. Obtained his Ph.D in mathematical state space control theory and has been a Senior Research Fellow at Oxford University for over 27 years. Simon is the director of the the Oxford Centre for Theoretical Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence, which is based within the Oxford University Department of Experimental Psychology. His…
 
Adversarial examples have attracted significant attention in machine learning, but the reasons for their existence and pervasiveness remain unclear. there's good reason to believe neural networks look at very different features than we would have expected. As articulated in the 2019 "features not bugs" paper Adversarial examples can be directly att…
 
ena Voita is a Ph.D. student at the University of Edinburgh and University of Amsterdam. Previously, She was a research scientist at Yandex Research and worked closely with the Yandex Translate team. She still teaches NLP at the Yandex School of Data Analysis. She has created an exciting new NLP course on her website lena-voita.github.io which you …
 
Professor Kenneth Stanley is currently a research science manager at OpenAI in San Fransisco. We've Been dreaming about getting Kenneth on the show since the very begininning of Machine Learning Street Talk. Some of you might recall that our first ever show was on the enhanced POET paper, of course Kenneth had his hands all over it. He's been cited…
 
Connor Tan is a physicist and senior data scientist working for a multinational energy company where he co-founded and leads a data science team. He holds a first-class degree in experimental and theoretical physics from Cambridge university. With a master's in particle astrophysics. He specializes in the application of machine learning models and …
 
Today we had a fantastic conversation with Professor Max Welling, VP of Technology, Qualcomm Technologies Netherlands B.V. Max is a strong believer in the power of data and computation and its relevance to artificial intelligence. There is a fundamental blank slate paradgm in machine learning, experience and data alone currently rule the roost. Max…
 
Welcome to the Christmas special community edition of MLST! We discuss some recent and interesting papers from Pedro Domingos (are NNs kernel machines?), Deepmind (can NNs out-reason symbolic machines?), Anna Rodgers - When BERT Plays The Lottery, All Tickets Are Winning, Prof. Mark Bishop (even causal methods won't deliver understanding), We also …
 
Dr. Eray Ozkural is an AGI researcher from Turkey, he is the founder of Celestial Intellect Cybernetics. Eray is extremely critical of Max Tegmark, Nick Bostrom and MIRI founder Elizier Yodokovsky and their views on AI safety. Eray thinks that these views represent a form of neoludditism and they are capturing valuable research budgets with doomsda…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar and Connor Leahy chat with Prof. Karl Friston. Professor Friston is a British neuroscientist at University College London and an authority on brain imaging. In 2016 he was ranked the most influential neuroscientist on Semantic Scholar. His main contribution to theoretical neurobiology is the variational Fr…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Sayak Paul and Yannic Kilcher speak with Dr. Simon Kornblith from Google Brain (Ph.D from MIT). Simon is trying to understand how neural nets do what they do. Simon was the second author on the seminal Google AI SimCLR paper. We also cover "Do Wide and Deep Networks learn the same things?", "Whats in a Loss function for Im…
 
In this special edition, Dr. Tim Scarfe, Yannic Kilcher and Keith Duggar speak with Gary Marcus and Connor Leahy about GPT-3. We have all had a significant amount of time to experiment with GPT-3 and show you demos of it in use and the considerations. Note that this podcast version is significantly truncated, watch the youtube version for the TOC a…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar and Yannic Kilcher discuss multi-arm bandits and pure exploration with Dr. Wouter M. Koolen, Senior Researcher, Machine Learning group, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica. Wouter specialises in machine learning theory, game theory, information theory, statistics and optimisation. Wouter is currently interested…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar, Yannic Kilcher and Connor Leahy cover a broad range of topics, ranging from academia, GPT-3 and whether prompt engineering could be the next in-demand skill, markets and economics including trading and whether you can predict the stock market, AI alignment, utilitarian philosophy, randomness and intellige…
 
#machinelearning This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar and Yannic Kilcher speak with veteran NLU expert Dr. Walid Saba. Walid is an old-school AI expert. He is a polymath, a neuroscientist, psychologist, linguist, philosopher, statistician, and logician. He thinks the missing information problem and lack of a typed ontology is the key issue wi…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Alex Stenlake and Yannic Kilcher speak with AGI and AI alignment specialist Connor Leahy a machine learning engineer from Aleph Alpha and founder of EleutherAI. Connor believes that AI alignment is philosophy with a deadline and that we are on the precipice, the stakes are astronomical. AI is important, and it will go wron…
 
Join Dr Tim Scarfe, Sayak Paul, Yannic Kilcher, and Alex Stenlake have a conversation with Mr. Chai Time Data Science; Sanyam Bhutani! 00:00:00 Introduction 00:03:42 Show kick off 00:06:34 How did Sanyam get started into ML 00:07:46 Being a content creator 00:09:01 Can you be self taught without a formal education in ML? 00:22:54 Kaggle 00:33:41 H2…
 
Dr. Tim Scarfe, Yannic Kilcher and Sayak Paul chat with Sara Hooker from the Google Brain team! We discuss her recent hardware lottery paper, pruning / sparsity, bias mitigation and intepretability. The hardware lottery -- what causes inertia or friction in the marketplace of ideas? Is there a meritocracy of ideas or do the previous decisions we ha…
 
This week join Dr. Tim Scarfe, Yannic Kilcher, and Keith Duggar have a conversation with Dr. Rebecca Roache in the last of our 3-part series on the social dilemma Netflix film. Rebecca is a senior lecturer in philosophy at Royal Holloway, university of London and has written extensively about the future of friendship. People claim that friendships …
 
This week on Machine Learning Street Talk, Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar, Alex Stenlake and Yannic Kilcher have a conversation with the founder and principal researcher at the Montreal AI Ethics institute -- Abhishek Gupta. We cover several topics from the Social Dilemma film and AI Ethics in general. 00:00:00 Introduction 00:03:57 Overcome our …
 
In this first part of our three part series on the Social Dilemma Netflix film, Dr. Tim Scarfe, Yannic "Lightspeed" Kilcher and Zak Jost gang up with Cybersecurity expert Andy Smith. We give you our take on the film. We are super excited to get your feedback on this one! Hope you enjoy. 00:00:00 Introduction 00:06:11 Moral hypocrisy 00:12:38 Road t…
 
In today's episode, Dr. Keith Duggar, Alex Stenlake and Dr. Tim Scarfe chat about the education chapter in Kenneth Stanley's "Greatness cannot be planned" book, and we relate it to our Algoshambes conversation a few weeks ago. We debate whether objectives in education are a good thing and whether they cause perverse incentives and stifle creativity…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar, Yannic "Lightspeed" Kilcher have a conversation with Microsoft Senior Software Engineer Sachin Kundu. We speak about programming languages including which our favourites are and functional programming vs OOP. Next we speak about software engineering and the intersection of software engineering and machine…
 
This week Dr. Keith Duggar, Alex Stenlake and Dr. Tim Scarfe discuss the theory of computation, intelligence, Bayesian model selection, the intelligence explosion and the the phenomenon of "interactive articles". 00:00:00 Intro 00:01:27 Kernels and context-free grammars 00:06:04 Theory of computation 00:18:41 Intelligence 00:22:03 Bayesian model se…
 
Today Yannic Lightspeed Kilcher and I spoke with Alex Stenlake about Kernel Methods. What is a kernel? Do you remember those weird kernel things which everyone obsessed about before deep learning? What about Representer theorem and reproducible kernel hilbert spaces? SVMs and kernel ridge regression? Remember them?! Hope you enjoy the conversation!…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe and Dr. Keith Duggar discuss Explainability, Reasoning, Priors and GPT-3. We check out Christoph Molnar's book on intepretability, talk about priors vs experience in NNs, whether NNs are reasoning and also cover articles by Gary Marcus and Walid Saba critiquing deep learning. We finish with a brief discussion of Chollet's A…
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Yannic Lightspeed Kicher, Sayak Paul and Ayush Takur interview Mathilde Caron from Facebook Research (FAIR). We discuss Mathilde's paper which she wrote with her collaborators "SWaV: Unsupervised Learning of Visual Features by Contrasting Cluster Assignments" @ https://arxiv.org/pdf/2006.09882.pdf This paper is the latest …
 
This week Dr. Tim Scarfe, Dr. Keith Duggar and Yannic "Lightspeed" Kilcher respond to the "Algoshambles" exam fiasco in the UK where the government were forced to step in to standardise the grades which were grossly inflated by the schools. The schools and teachers are all paid on metrics related to the grades received by students, what could possi…
 
This week we spoke with Sayak Paul, who is extremely active in the machine learning community. We discussed the AI landscape in India, unsupervised representation learning, data augmentation and contrastive learning, explainability, abstract scene representations and finally pruning and the recent super positions paper. I really enjoyed this conver…
 
We speak with Robert Lange! Robert is a PhD student at the Technical University Berlin. His research combines Deep Multi-Agent Reinforcement Learning and Cognitive Science to study the learning dynamics of large collectives. He has a brilliant blog where he distils and explains cutting edge ML research. We spoke about his story, economics, multi-ag…
 
We welcome Zak Jost from the WelcomeAIOverlords channel. Zak is an ML research scientist at Amazon. He has a great blog at http://blog.zakjost.com and also a Discord channel at https://discord.gg/xh2chKX WelcomeAIOverlords: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxw9_WYmLqlj5PyXu2AWU_g 00:00:00 INTRO START 00:01:07 MAIN SHOW START 00:01:59 ZAK'S STORY 00…
 
In this episode of Machine Learning Street Talk Dr. Tim Scarfe, Yannic Kilcher and Connor Shorten spoke with Marie-Anne Lachaux, Baptiste Roziere and Dr. Guillaume Lample from Facebook Research (FAIR) in Paris. They recently released the paper "Unsupervised Translation of Programming Languages" which was an exciting new approach to learned translat…
 
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