Day: April 26, 2020

Top 25 Machine Learning Startups To Watch In 2020 – Forbes

April 26, 2020

istock There are 9,216 startups and companies listed in Crunchbase today who are relying on machine learning for their main and ancillary applications, products, and services, a 6% increase from 2019’s 8,705 startups & companies.   Artificial Intelligence-related companies raised $16.5B in 2019, driven by 695 deals according to PwC/CB Insights MoneyTree Report, Q1 2020. Artificial […]

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UK spies will need artificial intelligence – Rusi report – BBC News

April 26, 2020

UK spies will need to use artificial intelligence (AI) to counter a range of threats, an intelligence report says.Adversaries are likely to use the technology for attacks in cyberspace and on the political system, and AI will be needed to detect and stop them.But AI is unlikely to predict who might be about to be […]

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Preparing Datasets for Machine Learning – BBN Times

April 26, 2020

Data preparation for machine learning should not be overlooked as inaccurate data can lead the machine learning algorithms to produce misleading outcomes. Data preparation is the process of correctly selecting the raw data for machine learning algorithms to generate accurate predictions and outcomes from the algorithm. Today, most of the datasets used for machine learning […]

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How Is Machine Learning Helping Build Space Rockets – Analytics India Magazine

April 26, 2020

We have seen machine learning transforming every field that it touches. The field of manufacturing, too, has witnessed many applications of data-driven solutions. Building rockets is unlike any other manufacturing job. For example, the cost and time it takes to build a decent rocket engine require a multitude of variables. These variables influence how stable […]

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The pros and cons of AI and ML in DevOps

April 26, 2020

AI and ML are now common within most digital processes, but they bring faults as well as benefits when it comes to DevOps AI and ML can be very beneficial, but they aren’t without their faults. Machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI) in general, has been commonly used within DevOps to aid developers and […]

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Artificial intelligence: How machine-learning jobs are giving refugees a future in tech

April 26, 2020

The influx of refugees into the EU over the past five years has brought many challenges for its member states. But eastern EU countries have particularly felt the impact, in part because their economies are less developed than their western counterparts. However in Bulgaria, which remains the EU’s poorest member state, one company has managed […]

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Artificial Intelligence Won’t Save Us From Coronavirus – WIRED

April 26, 2020

Artificial intelligence is here to save us from coronavirus. It spots new outbreaks, identifies people with fevers, diagnoses cases, prioritizes the patients most in need, reads the scientific literature, and is on its way to creating a cure.If only.WIRED OPINIONABOUTAlex Engler is a David M. Rubenstein Fellow at the Brookings Institution and an adjunct professor […]

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How Microsoft Is Using Machine Learning To Secure Its Software Development Cycle – Analytics India Magazine

April 26, 2020

Tech giant Microsoft recently built a machine learning classification system which aims to secure the software development lifecycle. The machine learning system helps in classifying bugs as security or non-security and critical or non-critical. This provides a level of accuracy, akin to that provided by security experts. The software developers at Microsoft address several issues […]

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Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning Combining as Powerful Oncological Tool – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

April 26, 2020

Artificial intelligence and deep learning have advanced to the point where they can play a significant role in cancer care, but fully integrating the technology into the clinic remains a challenge. Artificial intelligence and deep learning are beginning to make a major impact in cancer care, but a number of challenges remain before the full […]

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Artificial Intelligence And Electricity: Here Are Some Historical Parallels – Inc42 Media

April 26, 2020

It is often said that artificial intelligence (AI) is the new electricity. Let us take this parallel seriously and look at the scientific and technological history of electricity, for some clues about how the AI revolution might proceed in the next 50 years. We will restrict the discussion to “narrow AI”, which attempts to detect […]

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