Tag Archives: Deep Learning

The New Technological Revolution

Automation, Education and Work, part 1 There is a proliferation of articles in the media about how the accelerating technology of artificial intelligence and robots will change the world of work radically in the next 30 years. “47% of current … Continue reading

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How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation?

News articles and reports appear almost daily on the subject of how technological developments in Artificial Intelligence and robotics will cause dramatic changes to employment over the next few decades. (Artificial Intelligence includes techniques such as ‘machine learning’, ‘deep learning’, … Continue reading

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Fish, Chips and Ketchup

During his PhD years in Edinburgh, Geoffrey and his experimental psychology chums would often stop by the chippy after a night on the town. Geoffrey would queue up with his order of x1 pieces of fish, x2 lots of chips … Continue reading

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Getting Started on Deep Learning with Python

  An Introduction to Deep Learning In Karl Friston’s wonderfully entitled paper ‘The history of the future of the Bayesian brain’, he recalls his working with Geoffrey Hinton, how Hinton emphasized Bayesian formulations and generative models, and how Friston developed … Continue reading

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