Day: May 1, 2020

dotData AI-FastStart: Adding AI/ML models to BI stacks and predictive analytics apps

May 1, 2020

dotData, focused on delivering full-cycle data science automation and operationalization for the enterprise, announced dotData AI-FastStart, a new all-inclusive bundle of technology and services that includes a one year license to a fully-hosted version of dotData’s autoML 2.0 platform, plus training and support. Available exclusively to North American customers who are not existing dotData clients, […]

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Quest for Fusion Energy May Be Advanced by Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

May 1, 2020

The quest for nuclear fusion energy is increasingly being aided by advancements in machine learning and artificial intelligence, experts say. Algorithms are being deployed to predict disruptions that could potentially occur during experiments and may help turn the long-discussed energy source—which is based on the same process that naturally powers the Sun and stars—into reality. […]

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3 ways SMBs use machine learning to power digital transformation – ZDNet

May 1, 2020

Businesses should start small and fail fast with machine learning (ML) projects to get the best ROI. Some of the most common use cases for small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) include fraud detection, sales optimization, marketing, and document analysis. But the benefits of implementing ML goes even further. Steve Tycast, director of data and analytics […]

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Artificial Intelligence Arrives at the Edge – Electronic Design

May 1, 2020

Research into artificial intelligence (AI) has made some mind-blowing strides, expanding the usefulness of computers. Machines can do certain tasks faster and more accurately than humans. A great example is the ILSVRC image classification contest using a type of AI called machine learning (ML). Back in 2012, AlexNet won this contest, being the first to […]

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When machine learning comes to nuclear communication systems – C4ISRNet

May 1, 2020

Nuclear deterrence depends on fragile, human perceptions of credibility. As states armed with nuclear weapons turn to machine learning techniques to enhance their nuclear command, control, and communications (NC3) systems, the United States and its competitors should take care that these new tools do not inadvertently accelerate crisis instability or an arms race. NC3 Systems […]

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How To Verify The Memory Loss Of A Machine Learning Model – Analytics India Magazine

May 1, 2020

It is a known fact that deep learning models get better with diversity in the data they are fed with. For instance, data in a use case related to healthcare data will be taken from several providers such as patient data, history, workflows of professionals, insurance providers, etc. to ensure such data diversity.  These data […]

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Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Human Intel Analysts In a Key Area – Defense One

May 1, 2020

A Defense Intelligence Agency experiment shows AI and humans have different risk tolerances when data is scarce. In the 1983 movie WarGames, the world is brought to the edge of nuclear destruction when a military computer using artificial intelligence interprets false data as an imminent Soviet missile strike. Its human overseers in the Defense Department, unsure […]

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How Close We Are to Fully Self-Sufficient Artificial Intelligence – Interesting Engineering

May 1, 2020

If you followed the world of pop-culture or tech for some time now, then you know that advances in artificial intelligence are heating up. In reality, AI has been the talk of mainstream pop-culture and sci-fi since the first Terminator movie came out in 1984. These movies present an example of something called “Artificial General […]

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dotData AI-FastStart: Adding AI/ML models to BI stacks and predictive analytics apps

May 1, 2020

dotData, focused on delivering full-cycle data science automation and operationalization for the enterprise, announced dotData AI-FastStart, a new all-inclusive bundle of technology and services that includes a one year license to a fully-hosted version of dotData’s autoML 2.0 platform, plus training and support. Available exclusively to North American customers who are not existing dotData clients, […]

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Artificial Intelligence Outperforms Human Intel Analysts In This One Key Area

May 1, 2020

In the 1983 movie WarGames, the world is brought to the edge of nuclear destruction when a military computer using artificial intelligence interprets false data as an indication that a Soviet missile strike is imminent. Its human overseers in the Defense Department, unsure if the data is real or not, can’t convince the AI that […]

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