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Rami's Readings #31
Announcing Apéro & Intellect! The latest on AI, LLMs, Llama 2, AnomalyGPT, .ai Domain Names, Dominican Republic Economic Growth, President-Elect of Singapore, and more.
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Announcing Apéro & Intellect!
Apéro & Intellect is a curated series of intimate gatherings discussing Artificial Intelligence designed to stimulate both your mind and your palate. Whether you're a coffee connoisseur, a tea enthusiast, or a cocktail aficionado, this is the place to be!
🗓 Date: Saturday, September 9th
⏰ Time: 11am
📍 Location: New York City
🎟 For Subscribers Only
What to Expect
🧠 Engaging Discussions: Dive deep into the world of Artificial Intelligence with thought leaders and enthusiasts.
🍹 Curated Beverages: Sip on fine coffees, teas, and cocktails as you engage in meaningful conversations.
🤝 Networking: Connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for technology and innovation.
🏛 Washington, D.C.
🤖 AI Reads
Notes: Masterclass in how to write a ML paper.
Notes: Segment Anything Model fine-tuned to natural image segmentation with improved results.
Notes: LinkSoul.ai, 01.ai (anyone know these two companies?) and Peking University.
Notes: For friends working in industrial software & embedded environments, read this. Also, from China-based researchers.
💼 Business Reads
Notes: Remember the .ly craze a few years ago?
Notes: IMF paper. Time to go visit!
Notes: Good news for Ohio.
Notes: The President-Elect of Singapore. Member of Board of Trustees of the WEF.
🔀 Other Reads
Notes: For my Seattle-based readers.
Happy Labor Day weekend! That is all for this week. Signing off from Redmond.