[SEASON 1 EP 7] Building accessible queries, codes, and speech using AI

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Will Nowak, Triveni Gandhi

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Accessibility, by definition, is about making tasks more achievable. In episode 7 of the podcast, Triveni and Will explore how AI is shaping our world to become more accessible, and how we as data scientists can help it get there, diving into Salesforce’s new “unstructured” querying tool, the various physical manifestations of AI, and even questioning some of their previous takes on ethics. They’ll also walk us through the contributions of BERT to the NLP space, and the how and why it’s been so revolutionary. Salesforce creates AI tool for talking to databases by Blair Hanley Frank (VentureBeat) Ethical codes v. ethical code by Schaun Wheeler (Towards Data Science) Brain signals translated into speech using artificial intelligence (Nature)

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