Train ImageNet for $40 in 18 mins, a robot that can play Where's Wally? etc

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Your quick summary of AI news from this week

Roundup  Hello, here are a few bits of AI news for the weekend. You don't always need a ton of cash to buy a wad of GPUs to train your models super quickly. You can do it pretty cheaply on cloud platforms. There's also a robot that can play Where's Waldo (Wally in the UK), and Microsoft's computer that is trying to tell if you've found a joke funny.…

Extreme Networks? Extreme Share Price Crash, more like

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Misses Wall Street numbers by circa $1m

Extreme Networks’ share price almost halved after its Q4 financials hit the wires on Wednesday, in spite of the US network infrastrucutre kit-maker reporting a double-digit bounce in turnover. It serves as a timely reminder that tech companies miss Wall Street forecasts at their peril.…

Clap, damn you, clap! Samsung's Bixby 2.0 AI reveal is met with apathy

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Maybe the audience needed the teleprompter?

Comment  When Samsung's veep of artificial intelligence strategy, the enigmatic Ji Soo Yi, demonstrated Bixby 2.0 at the chaebol's Galaxy event yesterday, he had to prompt the audience for applause. "You can clap," he urged the attendees after stunned silence met another new feature.…


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