Following on the February release of its contrastive learning framework SimCLR, the same team of Google Brain researchers guided by Turing Award honouree Dr. Geoffrey Hinton has presented SimCLRv2, an upgraded approach that boosts the SOTA results by 21.6 percent.
Current state-of-the-art convolutional architectures for object detection tasks are human-designed. In a recent paper, Google Brain researchers leveraged the advantages of Neural Architecture Search (NAS) to propose NAS-FPN, a new automatic search method for feature pyramid architecture.
In its new paper Fast, Accurate and Lightweight Super-Resolution with Neural Architecture Search, Xiaomi’s research team introduces a deep convolution neural network (CNN) model using a neural architecture search (NAS) approach. Performance is comparable to cutting-edge models such as CARN and CARN-M.