Deep Learning Weekly - Issue #10: 223GB of Driving Data, Neural Networks Course, and AI Startup Round Up

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Hiya folks,This week Udacity dropped a great data set to mess around with if you are interested in au
 
October 11 - Issue #10
Deep Learning Weekly
Hiya folks,

This week Udacity dropped a great data set to mess around with if you are interested in autonomous driving, Geoff Hinton’s iconic course is up on Coursera again and CBInsights went through the trouble of collecting a comprehensive round up of 60+ AI startups.

Happy reading and hacking!

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Industry
Open Sourcing 223GB of Driving Data – Udacity
CIA using deep learning neural networks to predict social unrest before it occurs
Insight Artificial Intelligence Fellow Program launches in Silicon Valley and New York
60+ Artificial Intelligence Startups Using Deep Learning
Learning
Neural Networks for Machine Learning
TensorFlow in a Nutshell — Part Three: All the Models
Research & New Publications
Deep Learning and Digital Humanities | Frontiers Research Topic
AggreGaze: Collective Estimation of Audience Attention on Public Displays
The corresponding paper will be presented at the ACM UI Software and Technology Symposium.
Deep Learning with Separable Convolutions
Multi-Objective Deep Reinforcement Learning
Tutorial on Answering Questions about Images with Deep Learning
DENSO invests in deep learning and vision processing startup THINCI.
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