Residual networks (ResNets) have displayed impressive results in pattern recognition and, recently, have motivated the neural ordinary differential equations (neural ODE) architecture which garnered a lot of interest in the Machine Learning community. A widely established claim is that the Neural ODE is the limit of ResNets as the number of layers increases. A collaboration effort between InstaDeep and the University of Oxford challenges this claim by investigating the properties of weights trained by stochastic gradient descent and their scaling with network depth through detailed numerical experiments.
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Tuesday 25th May marks the 58th anniversary of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity, which first took place in 1963. In celebration of Africa Day, The Africa I Know (TAIK) is hosting a half-day webinar devoted to reflections of the progress that Africa and Africans have made, as well as focusing on solutions to the challenges still faced by the continent.
The online news outlet features promising companies from the world over on a weekly basis, focusing on connecting business with technology and taking a human angle to communicate the thought leadership behind the brand. Innovator Founder and Editor Jennifer L. Schenker spoke to InstaDeep Co-founder and CEO Karim Beguir about the company’s unique ability to… Read more »
London, UK, April 23, 2021: InstaDeep today announced that it has qualified as an Elite-level service provider within the NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN). InstaDeep is one of only two companies in the EMEA region to earn this designation, which requires a greater engagement with NVIDIA and demonstrated expertise deploying GPU-accelerated supercomputing solutions. “We are delighted… Read more »
InstaDeep’s CEO and Co-Founder Karim Beguir joins host Jake Smith from Intel to talk about how AI is driving autonomous decision-making at the enterprise level on Intel’s podcast ‘Conversation in the Cloud’. The biweekly podcast features IT leaders who are driving the future of a software-defined infrastructure based data center. This week, Karim and Jake… Read more »
The first NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference (GTC) of 2021 starts on Monday 12th April. InstaDeep will present cutting-edge developments in protein design and conversational AI for underrepresented language highlighting how GPUs, specifically the new DGX A100, accelerate InstaDeep’s R&D efforts. Known for highlighting the advanced technologies transforming today’s industries, GTC 21 kicks off with a… Read more »
LONDON, UK, April 7, 2021 — CB Insight today named InstaDeep to the fifth annual AI 100 ranking, showcasing the 100 most promising private AI companies in the world. It is the second time InstaDeep features on the exclusive list following the recognition in 2020, both times honoured for its cutting-edge achievements in R&D. “This… Read more »
UmojaHack Africa is back for its second year following a successful premiere in 2020! The hackathon, which runs on the Zindi.Africa platform on March 27th and 28th, features three tracks from beginner level to advanced, and InstaDeep is proud to bring you this years’ advanced track with the theme of bioinformatics. Develop a better treatment… Read more »
As our fifth member of the fast-growing team in The Mother City, Kale-ab is already well-known in the AI industry and community! In addition to being a highly-skilled research engineer, he has an impressive track record of doing AI for good including being a dedicated member of Deep Learning Indaba (DLI), an active contributor to… Read more »
TUNIS, TUNISIA, MARCH 15.03.2021: InstaDeep and iCompass today proudly announced a collaboration on a Natural Language Processing (NLP) model for underrepresented languages aimed at applying the latest advances in AI and Machine Learning (ML) to explore and strengthen research in the fast-emerging Tunisian AI tech ecosystem. The NLP project consists of developing a language model… Read more »