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Talking Machines: Strong AI and autoencoders, with Hugo Larochelle

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14 September 2015



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In episode nineteen we chat with Hugo Larochelle about his work on unsupervised learning, the International Conference on Learning Representations (ICLR), and his teaching style.

His Youtube courses are not to be missed and his twitter feed @Hugo_Larochelle is a great source for paper reviews.

Ryan introduces us to autoencoders (for more, turn to the work of Richard Zemel) plus we tackle the question of what is standing in the way of strong AI.

Talking Machines is beginning development of season two! We need your help! Donate now on Kickstarter. 



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