Day: March 10, 2020

3 important trends in AI/ML you might be missing

March 10, 2020

According to a Gartner survey, 48% of global CIOs will deploy AI by the end of 2020. However, despite all the optimism around AI and ML, I continue to be a little skeptical. In the near future, I don’t foresee any real inventions that will lead to seismic shifts in productivity and the standard of […]

Read More

The 10 most innovative artificial intelligence companies of 2020

March 10, 2020

Artificial intelligence has reached the inflection point where it’s less of a trend than a core ingredient across virtually every aspect of computing. These companies are applying the technology to everything from treating strokes to detecting water leaks to understanding fast-food orders. And some of them are designing the AI-ready chips that will unleash even […]

Read More

Data science vs. machine learning: What’s the difference? – The Enterprisers Project

March 10, 2020

Machine learning (ML) and data science are often mentioned in the same breath – and for good reason. The two complement each other. However, understanding how they work – and work together – is important.Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence (AI) that empowers computers to self-learn from data and apply that learning without human intervention. […]

Read More

The 10 most innovative artificial intelligence companies of 2020 – Fast Company

March 10, 2020

Artificial intelligence has reached the inflection point where it’s less of a trend than a core ingredient across virtually every aspect of computing. These companies are applying the technology to everything from treating strokes to detecting water leaks to understanding fast-food orders. And some of them are designing the AI-ready chips that will unleash even […]

Read More

3 important trends in AI/ML you might be missing

March 10, 2020

According to a Gartner survey, 48% of global CIOs will deploy AI by the end of 2020. However, despite all the optimism around AI and ML, I continue to be a little skeptical. In the near future, I don’t foresee any real inventions that will lead to seismic shifts in productivity and the standard of […]

Read More

Artificial intelligence paves the way for fully automated diabetes kit

March 10, 2020

Like many people with type-1 diabetes, Maureen McGinn used to have problems if she missed a meal or went for an unplanned walk, either of which could dangerously reduce her blood glucose level. Severe low blood sugar at night while asleep could even make it impossible for her to regain consciousness — no small worry […]

Read More