Apple ML Exec Who Quit Over In-Person Work Policy Joins DeepMind

According to a Bloomberg report, former Apple executive, Ian Goodfellow, is joining Alphabet’s DeepMind. Goodfellow, who quit over Apple’s new in-person work policy, used to oversee machine learning. In 2013, he started at Google as a software engineering intern. He was a senior research scientist at Google Brain upon leaving in March of 2016. Following a year at Open AI, Goodfellow returned to Google for two years. Goodfellow is one of the foremost machine learning researchers, and this move is being seen as a win for Alphabet. He is known as the inventor of generative adversarial networks (GANs). GANs have several varied uses, including the production of photorealistic deep fakes. When it comes to AI and ML, hiring is extremely competitive. Goodfellow’s move may have been influenced by the fact that Alphabet is known to have relatively laxer in-person policies than Apple.

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Google Maps Blocks 100M Abusive Edits in 2021 with Machine Learning

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning would appear to be the future of moderating toxic online activity if we consider tech giant Google’s latest move. Artificial Intelligence or AI allows computers to learn about their environment by poring over data patterns. In 2021, under tech giant Google, machine learning played a significant role in policing abusive behavior on Google Maps.

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Alexa Will Understand Users More Clearly From Now, Thanks To Machine Learning

Alexa has been the talk of the town this year with new features and improvements being added consistently by Amazon. There is almost everything that the voice-controlled assistant can do and for the commands that are still limited, the new features based on machine learning will make things easier for the users as Alexa can start recognising and understanding what the users wants to say with intelligent responses. Read MoreReviewsCollect Ad