Celebrating Practical AI turning 100!! 🎉
We’re so excited to see Chris and Daniel take this show to 100 episodes, and that’s exactly why we’re rebroadcasting Practical AI #100 here on The Changelog. They’ve had so many great guests and discussions about everything from AGI to GPUs to AI for good. In this episode, we circle back to the beginning when Jerod and I joined the first episode to help kick off the podcast. We discuss how our perspectives have changed over time, what it has been like to host an AI podcast, and what the future of AI might look like. (GIVEAWAY!)
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Notes and Links
Episodes mentioned on the show:
- MLOps and tracking experiments with Allegro AI
- Explaining AI explainability (Darwin AI)
- Practical AI Ethics
- Model inspection and interpretation at Seldon
- Attack of the C̶l̶o̶n̶e̶s̶ Text!
- 🤗 All things transformers with Hugging Face
- Achieving provably beneficial, human-compatible AI
- AI for Good: clean water access in Africa
- Exploring the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset
- Artificial intelligence at NVIDIA
- Growing up to become a world-class AI expert
- Helping African farmers with TensorFlow