Yoshua Bengio

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Yoshua Bengio

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Yoshua Bengio in 2019
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CitizenshipCanada
Alma materMcGill University
Known forDeep learning, neural machine translation, generative adversarial networks, "attention model", word embeddings, denoising auto-encoders, neural language models, learning to learn
AwardsMarie-Victorin Prize (2017)
Turing Award (2018)
AAAI Fellow (2019)
Scientific career
FieldsComputer science
InstitutionsUniversité de Montréal
ThesisArtificial Neural Networks and their Application to Sequence Recognition (1991)
Notable studentsIan Goodfellow
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Yoshua Bengio 模板:Post-nominals (born March 5, 1964[1] in Paris, France) is a Canadian computer scientist, most noted for his work on artificial neural networks and deep learning.[2][3][4] He is a professor at the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at the Université de Montréal and scientific director of the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA).

Yoshua Bengio (born March 5, 1964 in Paris, France) is a Canadian computer scientist, most noted for his work on artificial neural networks and deep learning. He is a professor at the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at the Université de Montréal and scientific director of the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms (MILA).

约书亚 · 本吉奥(1964年3月5日出生于法国巴黎)是加拿大的计算机科学家,以其在人工神经网络和深度学习方面的研究而闻名。他是蒙特利尔大学计算机科学与运筹学系的教授,也是蒙特利尔学习算法研究所的科学主任。

Bengio received the 2018 ACM A.M. Turing Award, together with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, for their work in deep learning.[5] Bengio, Hinton, and LeCun, are sometimes referred to as the "Godfathers of AI" and "Godfathers of Deep Learning".[6][7][8][9][10][11]

Bengio received the 2018 ACM A.M. Turing Award, together with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, for their work in deep learning. Bengio, Hinton, and LeCun, are sometimes referred to as the "Godfathers of AI" and "Godfathers of Deep Learning".

由于他们在深度学习方面的工作,Bengio 与 Geoffrey Hinton 和 Yann LeCun 一起获得了2018年的图灵奖。Bengio,Hinton,和 LeCun,有时被称为“人工智能教父”和“深度学习教父”。

Early life and education

Bengio was born in France to a Sephardic Jewish family who immigrated to France from Morocco, and then immigrated again to Canada. He received his BScience (electrical engineering), MEng (computer science) and PhD (computer science) from McGill University.[12]

Bengio was born in France to a Sephardic Jewish family who immigrated to France from Morocco, and then immigrated again to Canada. He received his BScience (electrical engineering), MEng (computer science) and PhD (computer science) from McGill University.

本吉奥出生于法国一个西班牙裔犹太人家庭,他们从摩洛哥移民到法国,然后又移民到加拿大。他在麦吉尔大学获得了理学学士(电子工程)、计算机科学硕士(计算机科学)和计算机科学博士学位。

Bengio is the brother of Samy Bengio, [13] who was a scientist at Google.[14]

Bengio is the brother of Samy Bengio, who was a scientist at Google.

Bengio 是 Samy Bengio 的哥哥,Samy Bengio 是谷歌的一名科学家。

The Bengio brothers lived in Morocco for a year during their father's military service in Morocco.[13] His father, Carlo Bengio, was a pharmacist who wrote theatre pieces and ran a Sephardic theatrical troupe in Montreal that played Judeo-Arabic pieces.[15][16] His mother, Célia Moreno, is also an artist who played in one of the major theatre scenes of Morocco that was run by Tayeb Seddiki in the 1970s.[17]

The Bengio brothers lived in Morocco for a year during their father's military service in Morocco. His father, Carlo Bengio, was a pharmacist who wrote theatre pieces and ran a Sephardic theatrical troupe in Montreal that played Judeo-Arabic pieces. His mother, Célia Moreno, is also an artist who played in one of the major theatre scenes of Morocco that was run by Tayeb Seddiki in the 1970s.

Bengio 兄弟在他们父亲在摩洛哥服兵役期间曾在摩洛哥生活过一年。他的父亲 Carlo Bengio 是一名药剂师,他写剧本,并在蒙特利尔经营一家西班牙制片公司,演奏犹太-阿拉伯语的音乐。他的母亲,塞利亚 · 莫雷诺,也是一位艺术家,曾在20世纪70年代由塔耶布 · 塞迪奇经营的摩洛哥主要剧院演出。

Career and research

After his PhD, Bengio was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT (supervised by Michael I. Jordan) and AT&T Bell Labs.[18] Bengio has been a faculty member at the Université de Montréal since 1993, heads the MILA (Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms) and is co-director of the Learning in Machines & Brains project of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.[12][18]

After his PhD, Bengio was a postdoctoral fellow at MIT (supervised by Michael I. Jordan) and AT&T Bell Labs. Bengio has been a faculty member at the Université de Montréal since 1993, heads the MILA (Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms) and is co-director of the Learning in Machines & Brains project of the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

= = 职业和研究 = = 获得博士学位后,Bengio 成为麻省理工学院(由迈克尔 · 乔丹指导)和 at & t 贝尔实验室的博士后研究员。Bengio 自1993年以来一直是蒙特利尔大学的教员,领导着 MILA (蒙特利尔学习算法研究所) ,并且是加拿大高级研究所机器与大脑学习项目的联合主任。

Along with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, Bengio is considered by Cade Metz as one of the three people most responsible for the advancement of deep learning during the 1990s and 2000s.[19] Among the computer scientists with an h-index of at least 100, Bengio is the one with the most recent citations per day, according to MILA.[20][21]

Along with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, Bengio is considered by Cade Metz as one of the three people most responsible for the advancement of deep learning during the 1990s and 2000s. Among the computer scientists with an h-index of at least 100, Bengio is the one with the most recent citations per day, according to MILA.

和 Geoffrey Hinton 和 Yann LeCun 一样,Bengio 被 Cade Metz 认为是在20世纪90年代和21世纪初期对深度学习的发展负有最大责任的三个人之一。据 MILA 称,在 h 指数至少为100的计算机科学家中,Bengio 是每天被引用次数最多的。

In October 2016, Bengio co-founded Element AI, a Montreal-based artificial intelligence incubator that turns AI research into real-world business applications.[19] Having failed to develop marketable products and losing several partnerships, by 2020 the company was running out of money and options and announced its sale to American software company ServiceNow in November. The sale will see largely Canadian taxpayer funded intellectual property exported to the United States, contrary to Bengio's desire to found Element AI as a Canadian company to rival the world's tech giants.[22] Bengio will stay employed as an advisor while the vast majority of employees were terminated with their stock options voided and cancelled with no value in lieu provided.[23]

In October 2016, Bengio co-founded Element AI, a Montreal-based artificial intelligence incubator that turns AI research into real-world business applications. Having failed to develop marketable products and losing several partnerships, by 2020 the company was running out of money and options and announced its sale to American software company ServiceNow in November. The sale will see largely Canadian taxpayer funded intellectual property exported to the United States, contrary to Bengio's desire to found Element AI as a Canadian company to rival the world's tech giants. Bengio will stay employed as an advisor while the vast majority of employees were terminated with their stock options voided and cancelled with no value in lieu provided.

2016年10月,Bengio 与人共同创立了 Element AI,这是一家总部位于蒙特利尔的人工智能孵化器,将人工智能研究转化为现实世界的商业应用。由于未能开发出适销对路的产品,并且失去了几个合作伙伴,到2020年,该公司已经没有资金和选择,并于11月宣布将其出售给美国软件公司 ServiceNow。这次出售将看到大部分加拿大纳税人出资的知识产权出口到美国,与 Bengio 希望创建 Element AI 作为加拿大公司与世界科技巨头竞争的愿望相反。Bengio 将继续担任顾问,而绝大多数员工被解雇,他们的股票期权被取消和取消,没有任何价值代替提供。

In May 2017, Bengio announced that he was joining Montreal-based legal tech startup Botler AI, as a strategy adviser.[24] Bengio currently serves as scientific and technical advisor for Recursion Pharmaceuticals[25] and scientific advisor for Valence Discovery.[26]

In May 2017, Bengio announced that he was joining Montreal-based legal tech startup Botler AI, as a strategy adviser. Bengio currently serves as scientific and technical advisor for Recursion Pharmaceuticals and scientific advisor for Valence Discovery.

2017年5月,Bengio 宣布他将作为战略顾问加入总部位于蒙特利尔的法律技术创业公司 Botler AI。Bengio 现在是 Recursion 制药公司的科学技术顾问和 Valence Discovery 公司的科学顾问。

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Yoshua Bengio being interviewed for the Dutch television series The Mind of the Universe.

thumb|right|Yoshua Bengio being interviewed for the Dutch television series The Mind of the Universe.

右大拇指 | 约书亚 · 本吉奥正在接受荷兰电视连续剧《宇宙的心灵》的采访。

Awards and honours

In 2017, Bengio was named an Officer of the Order of Canada.[27] The same year, he was nominated Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and received the Marie-Victorin Quebec Prize.[28][29] Together with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, Bengio won the 2018 Turing Award.[5]

In 2017, Bengio was named an Officer of the Order of Canada. The same year, he was nominated Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada and received the Marie-Victorin Quebec Prize. Together with Geoffrey Hinton and Yann LeCun, Bengio won the 2018 Turing Award.

2017年,Bengio 被任命为加拿大勋章的官员。同年,他被提名为加拿大皇家学会研究员,并获得玛丽-维克托林魁北克奖。与 Geoffrey Hinton 和 Yann LeCun 一起,Bengio 获得了2018年图灵奖。

In 2020 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. [30]

In 2020 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society.

2020年,他被选为英国皇家学会会员。

Publications

  • Ian Goodfellow, Yoshua Bengio and Aaron Courville: Deep Learning (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning), MIT Press, Cambridge (USA), 2016. .
  • Dzmitry Bahdanau; Kyunghyun Cho; Yoshua Bengio (2014). "Neural Machine Translation by Jointly Learning to Align and Translate". arXiv:1409.0473 [cs.CL].
  • Léon Bottou, Patrick Haffner, Paul G. Howard, Patrice Simard, Yoshua Bengio, Yann LeCun: High Quality Document Image Compression with DjVu, In: Journal of Electronic Imaging, Band 7, 1998, S. 410–425 doi:10.1117/1.482609
  • Bengio, Yoshua; Schuurmans, Dale; Lafferty, John; Williams, Chris K. I. and Culotta, Aron (eds.), Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 22 (NIPS'22), December 7th–10th, 2009, Vancouver, BC, Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) Foundation, 2009
  • Y. Bengio, Dong-Hyun Lee, Jorg Bornschein, Thomas Mesnard, Zhouhan Lin: Towards Biologically Plausible Deep Learning, arXiv.org, 2016
  • Bengio contributed one chapter to Architects of Intelligence: The Truth About AI from the People Building it, Packt Publishing, 2018, , by the American futurist Martin Ford.[31]
  • Ian Goodfellow, Yoshua Bengio and Aaron Courville: Deep Learning (Adaptive Computation and Machine Learning), MIT Press, Cambridge (USA), 2016. .
  • Léon Bottou, Patrick Haffner, Paul G. Howard, Patrice Simard, Yoshua Bengio, Yann LeCun: High Quality Document Image Compression with DjVu, In: Journal of Electronic Imaging, Band 7, 1998, S. 410–425
  • Bengio, Yoshua; Schuurmans, Dale; Lafferty, John; Williams, Chris K. I. and Culotta, Aron (eds.), Advances in Neural Information Processing Systems 22 (NIPS'22), December 7th–10th, 2009, Vancouver, BC, Neural Information Processing Systems (NIPS) Foundation, 2009
  • Y. Bengio, Dong-Hyun Lee, Jorg Bornschein, Thomas Mesnard, Zhouhan Lin: Towards Biologically Plausible Deep Learning, arXiv.org, 2016
  • Bengio contributed one chapter to Architects of Intelligence: The Truth About AI from the People Building it, Packt Publishing, 2018, , by the American futurist Martin Ford.

= = = = = = = = = = 伊恩 · 古德费勒,约书亚 · 本吉奥和亚伦 · 考维尔: 深度学习(适应性计算和机器学习) ,麻省理工学院出版社,剑桥(美国) ,2016年。.

  • l é on Bottou,Patrick Haffner,Paul g. Howard,Patrice Simard,Yoshua Bengio,Yann LeCun: 与 DjVu 合作的高质量文档图像压缩,In: Journal of Electronic Imaging,Band 7,1998,s. 410-425
  • Bengio,Yoshua; Schuurmans,Dale; Lafferty,John; Williams,Chris k. i and cutta,Aron (eds)。) ,《神经信息处理系统进展22》(NIPS’22) ,2009年12月7日至10日,温哥华,BC,神经信息处理系统基金会,2009
  • y. Bengio,Dong-Hyun Lee,Jorg Bornschein,Thomas Mesnard,Zhouhan Lin: Towards biological approximately Deep Learning 》 ,arxiv. org,2016
  • Bengio 贡献了《智能建筑师: 关于人工智能的真相》的一章,来自人类建筑,Packt 出版社,2018,作者是美国未来学家 Martin Ford。

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