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Bronstein, Bruna, Cohen and Velickovic Leverage the Erlangen Programme to Establish the Geometric Foundations of Deep Learning

Twitter Chief Scientist Michael Bronstein, Joan Bruna from New York University, Taco Cohen from Qualcomm AI and Petar Veličković from DeepMind publish a paper that aims to geometrically unify the typical architectures of CNNs, GNNs, LSTMs, Transformers, etc. from the perspective of symmetry and invariance to build an “Erlangen Programme” for deep neural networks.

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CMU, UT Austin & Facebook’s CNN Layer Width Optimization Strategies Achieve 320x Overhead Reduction

Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, the University of Texas at Austin and Facebook AI propose a novel paradigm to optimize widths for each CNN layer. The method is compatible across various width optimization algorithms and networks and achieves up to a 320x reduction in width optimization overhead without compromising top-1 accuracy on ImageNet.

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DeepMind AI Flunks High School Math Test

DeepMind trained and tested its neural model by first collecting a dataset consisting of different types of mathematics problems. Rather than crowd-sourcing, they synthesized the dataset to generate a larger number of training examples, control the difficulty level and reduce training time.

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Google Brain Simplifies Network Learning Dynamics Characterization Under Gradient Descent

Machine learning models based on deep neural networks have achieved unprecedented performance on many tasks. These models are generally considered to be complex systems and difficult to analyze theoretically. Also, since it’s usually a high-dimensional non-convex loss surface which governs the optimization process, it is very challenging to describe the gradient-based dynamics of these models during training.

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Yelp: A Neural Net Killed Our App… /jk

The announcement seemed too early for April Fools’, but a Yelp spokesperson confirmed with Synced that it was in fact a gag: “we typically use a joking tone when we write our release notes for the app store. Our latest note was meant in jest.”

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GIF2Video Gives GIFs Realism

The internet loves those little looping action images we call GIFs. They can tell a short visual story in a small file size that has high portability. The visual quality of GIFs is however usually low compared to the videos they were sourced from. If you are sick of fuzzy, low resolution GIFs, then researchers from Stony Brook University, UCLA, and Megvii Research have just the thing for you: “the first learning-based method for enhancing the visual quality of GIFs in the wild.”