Day: February 25, 2020

Interest in machine learning and AI up, though slowing, one platform reports – HR Dive

February 25, 2020

Dive Brief: Interest in machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) grew in 2019, but at a diminished rate as compared to 2018, according to non-personally-identifiable information pulled from O’Reilly online learning. In 2019, interest in the topic grew by 7%, about half its 2018 growth rate, the training company announced in a Feb. 18 report. […]

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Predictions 2020: What to Expect in AI, ML, RPA Sectors

February 25, 2020

At the end of each year, eWEEK likes to post observations from IT thought leaders about what they think we should all expect in the coming year—new products, innovative services, trends to look for and so on. As usual, we’ve published a few of these thus far, but we had some publishing-process snafus in December […]

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The Health 202: Artificial intelligence use is growing in the U.S. health-care system

February 25, 2020

THE PROGNOSIS A Russian supercomputer designed with artificial intelligence in Moscow. (Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg) The use of artificial intelligence is proliferating in American health care — outpacing the development of government regulation.  From diagnosing patients to policing drug theft in hospitals, AI has crept into nearly every facet of the health-care system, eclipsing the use of […]

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BrainChip Featured in Actualtech Emerging AI/ML and Data Science EcoCast – AiThority

February 25, 2020

BrainChip Holdings Ltd., a leading provider of ultra-low power, high performance edge AI technology, will present to IT professionals in the upcoming EcoCast webinar “Supporting Emerging AI, ML, and Data Science Initiatives,” February 27, 2020. The EcoCast, a live in-depth demonstration and discussion, addresses business and technology initiatives in emerging AI, ML, and data science.The […]

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Top 10 Machine Learning Algorithms – Toolbox

February 25, 2020

Machine Learning algorithms are trained on huge volumes of data, leverage massive compute, and find insights that are applied for dynamic pricing, fraud detection, user segmentation and sales forecasting among other use cases. In this cheat sheet, we’ll dive into the top 10 Machine Learning (ML) algorithms for engineers and data science enthusiasts. We’ll cover […]

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Top Machine Learning Courses in the US – AiThority

February 25, 2020

The field of Machine learning crosses a wide variety of disciplines that utilize information to discover patterns in the manners both living systems, the human body and artificial frameworks like robots, are developed and perform. In simple words, Machine Learning is the study of how a computer can take in complex ideas from information and […]

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How to know if artificial intelligence is about to destroy civilization – MIT Technology Review

February 25, 2020

Could we wake up one morning dumbstruck that a super-powerful AI has emerged, with disastrous consequences? Books like Superintelligence by Nick Bostrom and Life 3.0 by Max Tegmark, as well as more recent articles, argue that malevolent superintelligence is an existential risk for humanity.But one can speculate endlessly. It’s better to ask a more concrete, […]

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Predictions 2020: What to Expect in AI, ML, RPA Sectors

February 25, 2020

At the end of each year, eWEEK likes to post observations from IT thought leaders about what they think we should all expect in the coming year—new products, innovative services, trends to look for and so on. As usual, we’ve published a few of these thus far, but we had some publishing-process snafus in December […]

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The Health 202: Artificial intelligence use is growing in the U.S. health-care system

February 25, 2020

THE PROGNOSIS A Russian supercomputer designed with artificial intelligence in Moscow. (Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg) The use of artificial intelligence is proliferating in American health care — outpacing the development of government regulation.  From diagnosing patients to policing drug theft in hospitals, AI has crept into nearly every facet of the health-care system, eclipsing the use of […]

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Scientists Use Artificial Intelligence To Discover New Antibiotics – The Onion

February 25, 2020

MIT scientists have developed a machine-learning computer algorithm to identify new and more powerful molecules capable of killing so-called superbugs or bacteria that is resistant to common antibiotics. What do you think?“This is going to put so many antibiotic discoverers out of work.”Rory Wooden • Stenographer’s Assistant“It’s sad how we’ve become reliant on computers for […]

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