#53: Runway ML's Green Screen, new tools from EMNLP, and tracking illegal cattle farming with AI

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #53! It has one again been a very busy two weeks on my news feeds, so let's dive straight in. For productized AI, Runway ML launched the first (well, maybe) web-based automated video background removal tool; and Apple open-sourced a for … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 12 days ago

#52: The 2020 State of AI report, Microsoft's Lobe visual ML model editor, and the Open Catalyst Project

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #52! I have quite a few links for you today. In productized AI, I've got the 2020 State of AI report, Google's Duplex updates, and Microsoft's Lobe (re)launch. For ML research, there's Julian Togelius' excellent new AGI essay and a tool … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 26 days ago

#51: Photoshop's new AI features, Descript for video, and AR copy & paste with ClipDrop

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #51! Today in productized AI, I'm covering Adobe's big new Photoshop release full of AI-powered features and I have quick links on Descript's new video editor, Cyril Diagne's ClipDrop app, and a Google deep dive on the engineering of big … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 1 month ago

#50: Microsoft exclusively licenses OpenAI's GPT-3, Amsterdam's AI registry, and cloud nowcasting progress

Hey everyone, welcome to the 50th (🎉) edition of Dynamically Typed!One of the things I'm most proud of with this newsletter is that it's allowed me to build a big corpus of my own previous writing to refer back to. A while ago, I wrote a Python script to download DT issue … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 1 month ago

#49: Movement in autonomous trucking, Microsoft's DeepSpeed update, and Transformers as Graph Neural Networks

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #49! Today's productized AI feature story is on autonomous trucks, which is where I think self-driving vehicle tech will have its first big impact; I've also got quick links to Facebook's survey paper on AI systems for social network saf … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 2 months ago

#48: Microsoft's deepfake detection app, the economics of AI startups, and 3x ML for climate change

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #48. Today's newsletter is a bit later than usual because of an unexpected extra rowing training (yesterday) and an unexpected last beach day of the year (today) — I'm trying to make the club's eight and big ocean waves are fun!I wrote t … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 2 months ago

#47: Facebook's AI Red Team, predictions of future AI crimes, and TensorFlow's new TF-Coder tool

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #47! I was on holiday the past two weeks—hanging out with my family for the first time since the start of the pandemic—so today's newsletter is a bit shorter than usual. That means no feature stories, but lots of quick links! For product … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 3 months ago

#46: Snapchat's machine learning platform, AI at Apple, and an energy consumption tool for ML research

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #43! Today's feature story is on productized AI: I wrote about SnapML—Snapchat's machine learning platform—and its potential as a platform for creative ML developers to distribute their models to an audience of millions. Quick links in t … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 3 months ago

#45: Al Gore's Climate TRACE coalition, Papers with Code's Methods, and lots of productized AI

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #45! I've got two feature stories for you today: one on Al Gore's new Climate TRACE coalition for tracking greenhouse gas emissions using AI, and one on Methods, a useful new resource by Papers with Code. For productized AI, today's quic … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 4 months ago

#44: One month in, GPT-3-powered OpenAI API demos take the web by storm

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #44. Today I'll be covering just one productized AI story—about the crazy demos that people have been building using OpenAI's GPT-3 API—for two reasons. First, a lot has already been built with it, so there's a ton to cover. Second, I'm … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 4 months ago

#43: One AI model, four competing services

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #43. For the first time ever, this newsletter is now going out to more than 200 people!In today's edition, I'm focusing mostly on a story in the productized AI space: how one company's open-source ML model spawned four competing, indepen … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 5 months ago

#42: Facial recognition exodus, OpenAI's new GPT-3 language model, and Oil in the Cloud

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #42! Today I'm covering three big stories: big tech's long-awaited move away from selling facial recognition APIs; OpenAI's enormous (read: 100x bigger) new GPT-3 language model; and the Greenpeace report on tech's machine learning contr … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 5 months ago

#41: Black Lives Matter: highlighting ML/AI products, research and climate projects by Black creators

#BlackLivesMatter.Like many around the world, I watched in horror last week as George Floyd was murdered by a police officer while three other officers stood by and watched, the latest in far too long a list of such incidents. It was tragic to see the massive peaceful #BlackLives … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 6 months ago

#40: Pinterest's ML for board organization, GAN-aided pixel art, and Bayesian optimization gets the Distill treatment

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #40! Today in productized AI I'm covering Pinterest's new ML-based organization feature, and I have links to a meeting notes transcription tool and 3D photos on Facebook and the iPhone SE. On the ML research side, I wrote about Distill's … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 6 months ago

#39: Cloudflare's ML to block bad bots, 3x satellite-based environmental monitoring, and AR Face Doodles

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #39! Today in productized AI, I'm covering Cloudflare's ML system to block bad bots trying to access their customers' websites; and I have links to a user study of Google's AI disease screening tool and an article on sidewalk food delive … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 6 months ago

#38: Gender bias reductions in Google Translate, Facebook's bot simulation, and ML-based detection of battery degradation

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #38! Since a lot of you are new here, I figured I'd spend a few sentences explaining how DT is set up. I send out this newsletter every second Sunday, covering stories across four categories:🔌 Productized Artificial Intelligence: … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 7 months ago

#37: OpenAI's neural network taxonomy, decoding text from brain implants, and models that don't exist

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #37! I've pushed the ML research section to the top of today's newsletter because OpenAI's new Distill article is one of the most exciting things I've read in a long time: they investigated the early layers of Google's InceptionV1 vision … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 7 months ago

#36: Google releases TensorFlow Quantum, Software 2.0 at Plumerai, and encoding scenes in neural networks

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #36! Today in productized AI, I'm covering a blog post on how we're thinking about Software 2.0 at Plumerai, and I have links to some great reads from Andreessen Horowitz and Google's Soli team. For ML research, I wrote about TensorFlow … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 8 months ago

#35: Completely automatic video background removal with unscreen, and circuits for understanding neural networks

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #35.To get the most important thing out of the way first: the novel coronavirus has spread significantly in the past month, and the Netherlands—where I live—has just now (an hour ago as of writing) announced a major shut down of public l … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 8 months ago

#34: Google's app for detecting fake news memes, an AI for logical reasoning, and Microsoft's library for training trillion-parameter models

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #34! Today's feature stories include a fake news detection app for journalists by Google and Storyful; Microsoft's distributed systems tool for training absolutely massive machine learning models; and a fun logical reasoning demo by the … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 9 months ago

#33: Billie Eilish answers AI-generated interview questions, visual search for aerial imagery, and the Tech Won't Drill It pledge

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #33! This is a very full issue, with lots of links, so let's dive straight into it. :)Editorial note: Inspired by the Tech Won't Drill It pledge (see below), I'm also going to start doing a bit more background research on companies I wri … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 9 months ago

#31: Uber's Generative Teaching Networks, ML Super Resolution in Pixelmator Pro, and Evolve Energy

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #31! Today's issue is back to the familiar format, with some productized AI—a new machine learning-powered image upscaling feature in the Pixelmator Pro photo editing app—and some ML research—Uber's Generative Teaching Networks for faste … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 10 months ago

#30: Climate Change AI at NeurIPS 2019 (Special Edition)

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #30, the first issue of 2020! Since the holidays are usually a bit quiet on productized AI and ML research, I'm dedicating today's edition of the newsletter to the day-long Climate Change AI (CCAI) workshop at the 33rd annual Neural Info … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 11 months ago

#29: BNNs and visual abstractions at NeurIPS 2019, and petabytes of climate data on Google Cloud

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #29! This week I'm shuffling the order of the newsletter around a bit. A ton happened in climate change AI—from solar panels in China to NOAA data dropping on Google Cloud—, and lots of research content came out of the the 33rd annual Ne … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 11 months ago

#28: OCR for LaTeX equations, Night Sight for astrophotography, and a GPT-2-powered text adventure

Hey everyone, welcome to Dynamically Typed #28! Here's what I've got for you in today's edition of the newsletter.On the productized AI side, there's automatic LaTeX generation from screenshots or photos of handwritten equation using Mathpix, and an update to Night Sight on Googl … | Continue reading


@dynamicallytyped.com | 12 months ago