Andrew Ng

Andrew Y. Ng (born 1976, Chinese: 吳恩達) is an associate professor in the Department of Computer Science and the Department of Electrical Engineering by courtesy at Stanford University, and he works as the Director of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab. He also co-founded Coursera, an online education platform, with Daphne Koller.He researches primarily in artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning.
Posts about Andrew Ng
  • What does Meeker’s Internet Trends report tell us about voice search?

    … speaker in 2015, and that Andrew Ng, Chief Scientist at Baidu, has predicted that by 2020 50% of all searches will be made with either images or speech. While developments in image search haven’t been making as much of a splash as developments with voice, it shouldn’t be overlooked, as the technology that will let us ‘search’ objects in the physical…

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  • 18 Things You Should Know About Baidu

    … candlelight” – served as the inspiration for the name of the company. 3. The Man Behind Baidu: Robin Li Born Li Yanhong in 1968, Robin Li was the only son for two factory workers. He grew up in the small town of Yang Quan during China’s Cultural Revolution and would later be admitted into Beijing University where he studied computer science…

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  • How Will Google “Read” & Rank Your Images in the Near Future

    … Graph will be fully integrated in the search landscape. Algorithms will change too and they will probably be more related to the actual entities in the content and how these entities are linked together. It’s true that only time and context will be the one to prove us wrong or right. Things can only be understood backwards; but they must be lived forward. Photos 1, 2 This post originally appeared on cognitiveSEO, and is re-published with permission. Featured Image: JuliusKielaitis via Shutterstock You Might Also Like …

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