A shared agenda for responsible AI progress

AI can be hugely beneficial to society if citizens, educators, academics, civil society and governments unite to shape it responsibly. View Original Source (blog.google/technology/ai/) Here.

2023 State of Open Source Report: key findings and analysis

I joined Javier Perez on a webinar reviewing the results of the 2023 State of Open Source survey, a collaborative effort between OpenLogic by Perforce and the Open Source Initiative (OSI). Open Source users from all eight global regions, working in 20+ industries in organizations of all sizes were anonymously surveyed.

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Shared by voicesofopensource March 28, 2023

How to measure the pull-based knowledge cycle

Last month I described a “Pull cycle” for knowledge – let’s now look at the the measures we can introduce to that cycle. You can find a description of the cycle here. This is a cycle based on knowledge demand (unlike the supply-side cycles you normally see) and includes the

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Shared by Nick Milton March 27, 2023

Detecting novel systemic biomarkers in external eye photos

Posted by Boris Babenko, Software Engineer, and Akib Uddin, Product Manager, Google Research Last year we presented results demonstrating that a deep learning system (DLS) can be trained to analyze external eye photos and predict a person’s diabetic retinal disease status and elevated glycated hemoglobin (or HbA1c, a biomarker that

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Shared by Google AI Technology March 24, 2023

Enable fully homomorphic encryption with Amazon SageMaker endpoints for secure, real-time inferencing

This is joint post co-written by Leidos and AWS. Leidos is a FORTUNE 500 science and technology solutions leader working to address some of the world’s toughest challenges in the defense, intelligence, homeland security, civil, and healthcare markets. Leidos has partnered with AWS to develop an approach to privacy-preserving, confidential

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Shared by AWS Machine Learning March 24, 2023

Visual language maps for robot navigation

Posted by Oier Mees, PhD Student, University of Freiburg, and Andy Zeng, Research Scientist, Robotics at Google People are excellent navigators of the physical world, due in part to their remarkable ability to build cognitive maps that form the basis of spatial memory — from localizing landmarks at varying ontological

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Shared by Google AI Technology March 23, 2023