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Making AI Work with Small Data | IndustryWeek
# Synthetic data generation
## GANs, variational autoencoders, domain randomization and data augmentation can be used to do this
# Transfer learning
# Self-supervised learning
# few-shot learning
## reformulating problem to help the AI system to learn an easier, less data hungry inspection task while achieving the same goal
One-shot learning
# anomaly detection
## flag anything that deviates significantly from the OK images as a potential problem.
# Hand-coded knowledge
# Human-in-the-loop
## AI shows something to a human expert and defers to their judgement when not sure
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6 weeks ago by yencarnacion
Splunk Inc (SPLK) Q2 2020 Earnings Call Transcript
According to IDC by 2025 the average person will interact with the connected device nearly 5,000 times per day. Further there'll be a 175 zettabytes of data, five times more than today, and 90% of this data will require some level of security, but less than half will actually be secured. The future is clear, data represents the biggest opportunity, and the biggest threat to businesses, governments and frankly to humanity.
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october 2019 by yencarnacion
A guide to worrying in the 21st century | Bill Gates
Simply having information won’t offer a competitive edge; knowing what to do with it will.
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What will give our lives meaning in the decades and centuries ahead? So far, human history has been driven by a desire to live longer, healthier, happier lives. If science is eventually able to give that dream to most people, and large numbers of people no longer need to work in order to feed and clothe everyone, what reason will we have to get up in the morning?
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december 2018 by yencarnacion
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