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Deep Learning Weekly - 🤖 - Issue #88: OpenAI Five, Twitter Workflows, Speech Synthesis, Inverse RL, DensePose, Confusing TensorFlow and more...

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Hey and welcome to another week in deep learning! This week, we obviously start off with OpenAIs move
 
June 27 · Issue #88 · View online
Deep Learning Weekly
Hey and welcome to another week in deep learning!
This week, we obviously start off with OpenAIs move into Dota 2 gaming, look at ML Workflows at Twitter, learn about reduced GPU pricing on GCP and explore speech synthesis services as well as depth inference for photo editing. We learn about inverse reinforcement learning, object detection, and photo caption. Afterward, we get a great TensorFlow concepts explanation from a Google Brain resident, get to know Facebooks DensePose, a new portal linking papers and code, and the best paper of CVPR2018.
As always, we hope you’ll enjoy reading as much as we did and would appreciate you sharing this newsletter with friends and colleagues. 
You may have noticed, that we’re currently running on a bi-weekly schedule due to various reasons, but hope to bring the newsletter back to the normal pace soon. To make up for the delays, we just added a few more links to this weeks issue.
Happy reading and hacking!

Industry
OpenAI Five
Productionizing ML with Workflows at Twitter
Introducing improved pricing for Preemptible GPUs
Speech Synthesis as a Service
From 2D to 3D Photo Editing
Learning
Learning from humans: what is inverse reinforcement learning?
Understanding Deep Learning for Object Detection
How to Develop a Deep Learning Photo Caption Generator from Scratch
Libraries & Code
Tensorflow: The Confusing Parts
Introducing Apex: PyTorch Extension with Tools to Realize the Power of Tensor Cores
Facebook open sources DensePose
NLP-progress: Repository to track the progress in Natural Language Processing (NLP)
Papers & Publications
Papers with Code: The latest in machine learning
Taskonomy: Disentangling Task Transfer Learning
On Calibration of Modern Neural Networks
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