Day: March 18, 2020

Is Artificial Intelligence Mature Enough to Combat COVID-19? – HealthITAnalytics.com

March 18, 2020

By Jessica Kent March 18, 2020 – Before the world was even conscious of the threat posed by COVID-19, artificial intelligence had detected the beginnings of the outbreak. On December 30, 2019, researchers from BlueDot, a company that uses AI to track and anticipate infectious diseases, spotted a report about a pneumonia of unknown aetiology in […]

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CIOs face uphill climb in finding skilled artificial intelligence talent – TechRepublic

March 18, 2020

For the past four years, the strongest demand for people with AI skills has not come from the IT department but from other business areas, Gartner data shows. More for CXOs New data from Gartner Inc. suggests that the recruiting, management, and retention of artificial intelligence talent (AI) will be a strategic challenge globally for […]

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Machine Learning is Your Secret Weapon for Customer Acquisition – AiThority

March 18, 2020

If you’re looking for a strategy to get ahead when it comes to customer acquisition, Machine Learning can be your secret weapon. While Machine Learning does fall under the larger category of Artificial Intelligence (AI), it’s a bit more specific and can be an extremely effective technology to pair with your customer and prospect database. […]

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Verta.ai announces the release of ModelDB 2.0 a pioneering model versioning solution to make ML models reproducible

March 18, 2020

Verta.ai, provider of Verta Enterprise, an open-core end-to-end MLOps platform, today announced the launch of ModelDB 2.0, an industry-leading, open-source model versioning system to make machine learning (ML) development and deployment reliable, safe, and reproducible. In a field that is rapidly evolving but lacks infrastructure to operationalize and govern models, ModelDB 2.0 provides the ability […]

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CIOs face uphill climb in finding skilled artificial intelligence talent

March 18, 2020

For the past four years, the strongest demand for people with AI skills has not come from the IT department but from other business areas, Gartner data shows. More for CXOs New data from Gartner Inc. suggests that the recruiting, management, and retention of artificial intelligence talent (AI) will be a strategic challenge globally for […]

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Battery Researchers Look to Artificial Intelligence to Slash Recharging Times – Greentech Media News

March 18, 2020

The battery sector is turning to artificial intelligence for clues on how to improve recharging rates without increasing the degradation of lithium-ion batteries.Last month, a team from Stanford University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Toyota Research Institute published findings from battery testing aimed at cutting electric-vehicle charging times down to 10 minutes. The […]

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Why Isn’t Machine Learning Living up to the Hype? – InformationWeek

March 18, 2020

An obsession with tasks is leading to marginal returns on tech investments. Now is the time to rethink our approaches to machine learning.When chief information officers think about their organizations and where machine learning might be deployed, the process often begins with an inventory of tasks. The CIOs and department leaders identify routine, repeatable processes that […]

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3 important trends in AI/ML you might be missing

March 18, 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 […]

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Artificial intelligence helps prevent disruptions in fusion devices

March 18, 2020

Physicist Yichen Fu. Credit: Photo and collage by Elle Starkman/PPPL Office of Communications. An international team of scientists led by a graduate student at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) has demonstrated the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), the same computing concept that will empower self-driving cars, to predict and […]

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“Inactive” pill ingredients could raise the dose of your medication

March 18, 2020

The average medication contains a mix of eight “inactive” ingredients added to pills to make them taste better, last longer, and stabilize the active ingredients within. Some of those additives are now getting a closer look for their ability to cause allergic reactions in some patients. But now, in a new twist, MIT researchers have discovered that […]

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