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You get queries [in China] that you just wouldn’t get in the United States

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

I think the struggle is figuring out the most compelling products. I don’t know that any of us have found the killer app yet.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

A number of organizations, us and others, have just amazing computer vision technology, doing things that seemed impossible even a year ago.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

There are several types of AI technologies behind Baidu Brain, among them, speech technology is the most developed one.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

I think that the conversation is distracting governments and society from the real ethical issues facing AI. And we shouldn't whitewash these issues by talking about things that could be hundreds of years away.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

Over the years, our team has optimized voice recognition systems continuously. We started with DNN model in 2012, had better features, and then started using Sequence Discriminative Training, as well as LSTM model, in addition to CTC. This year, we developed the Deep CNN model, it made a lot of progress.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

I just thought making machines intelligent was the coolest thing you could do. I had a summer internship in AI in high school, writing neural networks at National University of Singapore--early versions of deep learning algorithms. I thought it was amazing you could write software that would learn by itself and make predictions.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

I thought the best place to advance the AI mission is at Baidu

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

There are a lot of problems. One is just scale. We’re nowhere near processing enough images today. Two is I’m very sure we don’t have the right algorithm yet.

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

I think Kai ships deep learning to an incredible number of products across Baidu

Andrew Ng (American Computer Scientist)

It’s just easier in these times for us to see who’s serious about building a company

Hooman Radfar (American Entrepreneur and Investor)

You hit a recession and those things go away

Hooman Radfar (American Entrepreneur and Investor)

I love data-driven networks and platforms. There are lots of opportunities to take offline networks online and to improve existing ways we exchange information online. Expa already has some projects in this strike zone that I will be helping on, but I have some things coming soon as well.

Hooman Radfar (American Entrepreneur and Investor)

Clearspring has always been focused on connecting publishers and advertisers to audiences on the social web. We started by introducing the first widget sharing and tracking platform, LaunchPad.

Hooman Radfar (American Entrepreneur and Investor)

Is the health of our employees our business? Absolutely. Business is constituted of people. And that means that a business can only be as good as the people are production. As such at clearspring we believe in taking care of our people in a comfortable environment, flexible hours, and in the event that they do need additional health care, healthy and competitive packages. So if you want to have a successful business, take care of your people.

Hooman Radfar (American Entrepreneur and Investor)

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