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In this thought-provoking episode, we sit down with the renowned AI expert, Filip Piekniewski, Phd, who fearlessly challenges the prevailing narratives surrounding artificial general intelligence (AGI) and the singularity. With a no-nonsense approach... more
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Dive into the cool world of AI chips with us! 🚀 We're breaking down how these special computer chips for AI have evolved and what makes them different. Think of them like the superheroes of the tech world! more
The recent show about databases and their impact on AI felt like unraveling a mystery. I got a full picture of the tech and the challenges in the field. Though not exhaustive, still a very good start. Will explore more!
In the recent episode, the insights into prompt engineering were akin to unlocking a secret chamber in the world of AI. Mr Francesco seamlessly blended education and discovery, giving listeners a key to understanding the complexity of language models.
Finally, a podcast that strikes the perfect balance! Easy not easy. Content always up to date and sexy. thumbs uppp!
As someone who appreciates quality, this show has exceeded my expectations. Highly recommend for a thoroughly enjoyable and enriching listen!
A resounding 'yes' to this podcast! It's incredibly good. The content, delivery, and overall experience are top-notch.
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Data Science at Home launched 8 years ago and published 248 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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