Fake news is your fault, this startup is trying to help

Fake news is your fault, this startup is trying to help

  • In Ghulati’s opinion, every part of the chain — from journalists to politicians, platforms to media organizations — needs to improve to combat fake news.
  • That’s why Factmata, which is backed by the Google Digital News Initiative, is trying create tools that help people to become their own fact-checkers — making it easy to attain factual data about news stories you come across.
  • Meaning that when you open a news article, Factmata’s main tool would provide factual context in real time.
  • That means that Factmata’s tool won’t actively weed out fake news.
  • However, Ghulati states that fake news can never be solved solely by democratizing fact-checking — it will always need experts to also be a part of the system.

Readers are the key group when it comes to fighting fake news. That’s why a UK startup is creating a system that helps people to fact-check news they read.
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Machine Learning Top 10 Articles for the Past Month

Machine Learning Top 10 Articles for the Past Month.

  • Machine Learning Top 10 Articles for the Past MonthFor the past month (March, 2017), we’ve ranked nearly 1,300 Machine Learning articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career.Topics included in this React list are: NLP, Neural Networks, Deep Learning, A.I.,TensorFlow, Keras, Text-To-Speech, Algorithms.
  • The lists for Python are published separately in the publication.Mybridge AI ranks articles based on the quality of content measured by our machine and a variety of human factors including engagement and popularity.
  • This is a competitive list (0.77% chance to be included) and you’ll find the experience and techniques shared by the leading Data Scientists useful.

For the past month (March, 2017), we’ve ranked nearly 1,300 Machine Learning articles to pick the Top 10 stories that can help advance your career.
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How Artificial Intelligence is Changing Web Writing

How #ArtificialIntelligence is Changing Web Writing  #ai

  • In short, in the universe of pages existing in a (at the time almost) shapeless web, Page and Brin wanted to organize that information to make it become knowledge.
  • Out of the more than 200 factors that Google accounts for when deciding whether the content on the web is relevant, RankBrain became the third most relevant.
  • First, the semantic web is a set of rules and standards that make human language readable to machines.
  • In semantic web jargon an entity is a subject which has unambiguous meaning because it has a strong contextual foundation.
  • In other words, instead of going from writing to web writing as unconsciously as the human race transitioned from hunter-gathering to farming, it is time to take this step forward deliberately and intentionally.

When Larry Page and Sergey Brin invented PageRank back in 1996, they had one simple idea in mind: Organize the web based on “link popularity.” In…
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Facebook’s AI search lets you find images by content

#facebook’s #ai search lets you find images by content

  • Facebook’s AI search lets you find images by content
  • The system will then show you all the images containing a black shirt and save you a lot of time you would have otherwise wasted trying to find the right image yourself.
  • For example, if you’re looking for a photo that isn’t tagged but you remember you were wearing a black shirt when it was taken, simply search for “black shirt photo”.
  • The new AI system uses the Lumos platform that the company built specifically for image and video understanding.
  • The best way to stay connected to the Android pulse.

Facebook has built an AI image search system that is capable of seeing and understanding the content of a photo.
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This Honda concept car will have emotions of its own

This Honda concept car will have emotions of its own   #AI  @Indopolity

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C hances are you either love or hate your car — and soon the feeling could be mutual.
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What is Data Science? 24 Fundamental Articles Answering This Question

Hitchhiker's Guide to #BigData #DataScience, #MachineLearning, R, and #Python:  | @KirkDBorne

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  • The articles should help the beginner have a better idea about what data science is.
  • Tutorial: How to Become a Data Scientist – On Your Own
  • I like to put it this way: data science is about automating data science, and much of what I do consists of designing systems that automate what I do.
  • 24 Fundamental Articles Answering This Question

Many people new to data science might believe that this field is just about R, Python, Hadoop, SQL, and traditional machine learning techniques or statistical…
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What is Data Science? 24 Fundamental Articles Answering This Question

Hitchhiker's Guide to #BigData #DataScience, #MachineLearning, R, and #Python:  #abdsc

  • You need to be a member of Data Science Central to add comments!
  • The articles should help the beginner have a better idea about what data science is.
  • Tutorial: How to Become a Data Scientist – On Your Own
  • I like to put it this way: data science is about automating data science, and much of what I do consists of designing systems that automate what I do.
  • 24 Fundamental Articles Answering This Question

Many people new to data science might believe that this field is just about R, Python, Hadoop, SQL, and traditional machine learning techniques or statistical…
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Microsoft releases beta of version 2.0 of its Cognitive Toolkit to ‘democratize AI’

Microsoft releases beta of version 2.0 of its Cognitive Toolkit to 'democratize #AI' | ZDNet

  • Microsoft released the first version of CNTK on Github in January 2016.
  • Microsoft is releasing a beta of its second version of its Cognitive Toolkit (formerly known as CNTK) today, October 25.
  • Microsoft is releasing a beta of its Cognitive Toolkit for developers looking to make use of deep-learning techniques in their apps and services.
  • Microsoft has used the Cognitive Toolkit internally in its work around Microsoft Cognitive Services, Cortana, and Skype Translator.
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Microsoft is releasing a beta of its Cognitive Toolkit for developers looking to make use of deep-learning techniques in their apps and services.
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Machine Learning Unconference

Like AI? Come to the @OpenAI machine learning unconference  < grants available!

  • Software engineers using machine learning in applications or building machine learning infrastructure.
  • Please join us for our first Machine Learning Unconference, an experimental gathering driven by its participants rather than an organizing committee.
  • OpenAI is sponsoring and hosting the event, but the event itself has no official organization – it’s just people who find this invitation interesting, meeting to discuss machine learning.
  • We’d like to try instead hosting an event focused on the most valuable part of any conference: the people.
  • We’re particularly excited to support women, minorities, and members of other groups underrepresented in machine learning.

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@jackclarkSF: “Like AI? Come to the @OpenAI machine learning unconference < grants available!”


Machine learning is moving incredibly quickly. To keep up, many
practioners spend several weeks a year at conferences. However,
conference presentations are all on work submitted months prior,
meaning that people are already intimately familiar with the content
(and it’s often already been surpassed).


Machine Learning Unconference