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Weekly Research Newsletter - KIIT

Weekly Research Newsletter - KIIT
5th March, 2021
We are excited to share this week’s picks for the research newsletter. We hope you’ll enjoy reading them over the weekend.

Multimodal Neurons in Artificial Neural Networks
By OpenAI
We’ve discovered neurons in CLIP that respond to the same concept whether presented literally, symbolically, or conceptually. This may explain CLIP’s accuracy in classifying surprising visual renditions of concepts, and is also an important step toward understanding the associations and biases that CLIP and similar models learn.
NeurIPS 2020 NLC2CMD Competition: Translating Natural Language to Bash Commands
By Mayank Agarwal, Tathagata Chakraborti, Quchen Fu et. al
The NLC2CMD Competition hosted at NeurIPS 2020 aimed to bring the power of natural language processing to the command line. Participants were tasked with building models that can transform descriptions of command line tasks in English to their Bash syntax. This is a report on the competition with details of the task, metrics, data, attempted solutions, and lessons learned.
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