Deep Voice 3, GANfather, Test Tube, Sound and Meaning, Proven Beauty, Word Embeddings in 157 Languages,...
Deep learning course offered by François Fleuret (includes videos, pdf, etc.) - Link
This article explains what's the relationship betweem meaning and sound, and why people feel annoyed by words like "moist" - Link
MIT Technology Review: The GANfather: The man who's given machines the gift of imagination - Link
On Education and Research…
Baidu presents Deep Voice 3, a fully-convolutional attention-based neural text-to-speech system, which achieved state-of-the-art neural speech synthesis and is order of magnitude faster than current systems - Link
4 approaches to natural language processing: distributional appraoches, frame-based approaches, model-theoretical approach, interactive learning, ... Link
[Paper] Deep contextualized word representations - Link
CS224n: NLP with Deep Learning from Stanford - Link
On Code and Data...
Fasttext releases pre-trained word embeddings in 157 languages, a resource which is useful for those working on multilingual problems or research - Link
Keras implementation of the "One pixel attack for fooling deep neural networks" - Link
Test Tube is a library to track and optimize deep learning experiments - Link
Proven Beauty, a startup that uses NLP to provide a personalized line of skin care products to its customers - Link
Baidu's new algorithm learns to clone a voice, and it only needs less than a minute of audio data from the speaker - Link
Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) wants to use NLP for enforcing and regulating company and financial service laws - Link
Ian Goodfellow's new work on "Adverserial Examples that Fool both Human and Computer Vision" - Link
Notes on building a single shot multibox detector with PyTorch - Link
[Article] Malicious use of Artificial Intelligence - Link
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