Google employs some of the world’s smartest researchers in deep learning and artificial intelligence, so it’s not a bad idea to listen to what they have to say about the space. One of those researchers, senior research scientist Greg Corrado, spoke at RE:WORK’s Deep Learning Summit on Thursday in San Francisco and gave some advice on when, why and how to use deep learning.
His talk was pragmatic and potentially very useful for folks who have heard about deep learning and how great it is — well, at computer vision, language understanding and speech recognition, at least — and are now wondering whether they should try using it for something. The TL;DR version is “maybe,” but here’s a little more nuanced advice from Corrado’s talk.
Author: Derrick Harris