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Artificial Intelligence APAC - Issue #18

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Artificial Intelligence APAC

December 15 · Issue #18 · View online
Your newsletter on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning news around the Asia-Pacific region, selected by Eugenia Wan! Check out our website www.MachineLearning.ai

Industry News
AI Index 2018 Annual Report
An Overview of National AI Strategies
Microsoft: Here's why we need AI facial-recognition laws right now
Move over AlphaGo: AlphaZero taught itself to play three different games
Financial Services
Robots Are Already Stealing Some of Your Bonus - Bloomberg
Ping An launches Hong Kong’s first AI and multi-asset ETFs - Asia Asset Management
Andrew Ng's New Book - AI Transformation Playbook How to lead your company into the AI era
For AI Engineers
Deep Learning Cheat Sheets
AI Generated Artwork Auctions Off for $432,500
Announcing Kaggle integration with Google Data Studio
Juno brings Jupyter to iPad and iPhone
Around Asia-Pacific Region
Chinese AI companies raised $31.7 billion in the first half of 2018
China willing to share opportunities in Digital Economy
China's Tsinghua University to invest $584m in Japanese AI, robotics ventures
Why Facebook bet US$1 billion on Singapore data centre
Japanese researchers use machine learning to detect dementia
Government of Canada invests in artificial intelligence and creates close to 1,000 middle-class jobs
Canada and France will explore AI ethics with an international panel
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