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The Human Element of AI (with Henry Zhang)

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Henry Zhang joins Mac in conversations about his past AI-related projects throughout his undergraduate career which includes the human element in AI and how AI is used as a safety mechanism on YouTube. As a recent grad, Henry also shares how he found his way into the AI space, and how you can find yours.

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— Guest: Henry Zhang — 

With a degree in robotics engineering, Henry pursued AI internships at Google and Bloomberg, as well as research opportunities in data integration and deep reinforcement learning. At Google, Henry leveraged natural learning processing (NLP) and active learning to make YouTube a safer place, and at Bloomberg, he researched NLP algorithms to understand news articles. Academically, Henry published an algorithm to allow for inferences across multiple data sources.

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