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Artificial Intelligence APAC - Issue #19


Artificial Intelligence APAC

December 22 · Issue #19 · 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

How many Machine Learning Algorithms can you see?
How many Machine Learning Algorithms can you see?
Industry News
Machine Learning & AI Main Developments in 2018 and Key Trends for 2019
AI Composes New Christmas Songs
New AI system mimics how humans Visualize and Identify objects
Financial Services
Bloomberg launches market forecasting application powered by AI
The changing face of talent at Hedge Funds
We tried teaching an AI to write Christmas movie plots. Hilarity ensued. Eventually.
A Full Hardware Guide to Deep Learning
Around Asia-Pacific Region
Alibaba Healthcare AI Targets Macau’s Flu Season
Hong Kong - Ping An rolls out 2 Hong Kong ETFs
Singapore university partners with AMD to launch AI lab
​South Korea to develop AI to prevent voice phishing
Japan: Pay with your ‘Face’ as AI system starts at 7-Eleven
India: Over 4,000 artificial intelligence job roles vacant on talent shortage: Report
Beyond APAC
EU intends to raise 20 Billion Euros for AI Development
Germany plans 3 Billion in AI investment: government paper
AI Strategy - A Brand for Germany
The Alan Turing Institute - £50 Million to develop world leading AI talent in the UK
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