A research team from DeepMind and Alberta University proposes Policy-guided Heuristic Search (PHS), a novel search algorithm that uses both a heuristic function and a policy while offering guarantees on the search loss that relate to both the quality of the heuristic and the policy.
A team from Max-Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, ETH Zurich, Google Research Amsterdam, Mila and the University of Montreal make an effort to bring together causality and machine learning research programs, delineate implications of causality for machine learning and propose critical areas for future research.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield, Beihang University, and Open University’s Knowledge Media Institute have proposed a transfer learning approach that can automatically process historical texts at a semantic level to generate modern language summaries.
UmlsBERT is a deep Transformer network architecture that incorporates clinical domain knowledge from a clinical Metathesaurus in order to build ‘semantically enriched’ contextual representations that will benefit from both the contextual learning and domain knowledge.
This paper is the first to systematically study the security of Multi-Sensor Fusion (MSF) based localization in high-autonomy Autonomous Vehicles (AVs). Researchers design FusionRipper, a novel and general attack that opportunistically captures and exploits take-over vulnerabilities.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) today announced they will invest US$1 billion into a new college for artificial intelligence. The MIT Stephen A. Schwarzman College of Computing will “constitute both a global center for computing research and education, and an intellectual foundry for powerful new AI tools.”
Google is looking to expand its AI research activities in the Japanese capital. The company’s deep learning and AI research team Google Brain yesterday posted a “Tokyo job listing seeking talented experts to participate in cutting edge research on machine learning”.