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DeepMind’s Upgraded Hierarchical Perceiver Is Faster, Scales to Larger Data Without Preprocessing, and Delivers Higher Resolution and Accuracy

DeepMind researchers propose Hierarchical Perceiver (HiP), a model that retains the original Perceiver’s ability to process arbitrary modalities but is faster, can scale up to even more inputs/outputs, reduces the need for input engineering, and improves both efficiency and accuracy on classical computer vision benchmarks.

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Microsoft & NVIDIA Leverage DeepSpeed and Megatron to Train Megatron-Turing NLG 530B, the World’s Largest Monolithic Language Model

A research team from Microsoft and NVIDIA leverages the NVIDIA Megatron-LM and Microsoft’s DeepSpeed to create an efficient and scalable 3D parallel system that combines data, pipeline, and tensor-slicing based parallelism, achieving superior zero-, one-, and few-shot learning accuracies and new state-of-the-art results on NLP benchmarks.

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Google, Cambridge U & Alan Turing Institute Propose PolyViT: A Universal Transformer for Image, Video, and Audio Classification

A research team from Google Research, University of Cambridge and Alan Turing Institute proposes PolyViT, a single transformer model capable of processing multiple modalities and datasets. PolyViT is parameter-efficient and learns representations that generalize across multiple domains.

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Google’s H-Transformer-1D: Fast One-Dimensional Hierarchical Attention With Linear Complexity for Long Sequence Processing

A Google Research team draws inspiration from two numerical analysis methods — Hierarchical Matrix (H-Matrix) and Multigrid — to address the quadratic complexity problem of attention mechanisms in transformer architectures, proposing a hierarchical attention scheme that has linear complexity in run time and memory.