Day: May 13, 2020

How Does AI and ML Help In Up-scaling Edtech? – Express Computer

May 13, 2020

Read Article India is known as one of the best education markets globally. However, education in India comprises of high costs especially related to textbooks as one is never enough. The founders saw a market opportunity as students restrict their intelligence and score by accessing a limited number of course books simply because it is […]

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Machine Learning Can’t Protect You From Fileless Attacks – Security Boulevard

May 13, 2020

The rise of fileless attacks in the past 10 years has stymied even the best antivirus software. Traditional AV is designed to detect known signatures of known malware and prevent it from executing. Fileless attacks lack a signature, which allows it to handily bypass traditional antivirus products.  *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated […]

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Parasoft Unleashes Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning to Accelerate Time to Market for the Safety-Critical Industry – EnterpriseTalk

May 13, 2020

Parasoft, a global leader in automated software testing for over 30 years, announced the 2020.1 release of Parasoft C/C++test, a unified development testing solution for safety and security of embedded C and C++ applications. The new features advance the evolution of software testing and software test automation for safety- and security-critical embedded applications. Parasoft customers […]

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Artificial intelligence can’t yet learn common sense – TechRepublic

May 13, 2020

The quest to make AI as smart as humans is still ongoing. But there are things your company can do to get better results from the technology. More about artificial intelligence Machines can learn a lot of things–probably more than you can imagine. But can they learn common sense? David Ferrucci, the builder of IBM’s […]

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The Pandemic Has Seriously Confused Machine Learning Systems – Futurism

May 13, 2020

AI FailThe chaos and uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus pandemic have claimed an unlikely victim: the machine learning systems that are programmed to make sense of our online behavior.The algorithms that recommend products on Amazon, for instance, are struggling to interpret our new lifestyles, MIT Technology Review reports. And while machine learning tools are built to […]

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USPTO Adds Company to $50M Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Contract – Nextgov

May 13, 2020

The United States Patent and Trademark Office officially selected a new partner to support its increasing adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities.General Dynamics Information Technology on Monday announced it was awarded a contract worth up to $50 million through its Intelligent Automation and Innovation Support Services blanket purchase agreement. GDIT is the latest of […]

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Five Important Subsets of Artificial Intelligence – Analytics Insight

May 13, 2020

As far as a simple definition, Artificial Intelligence is the ability of a machine or a computer device to imitate human intelligence (cognitive process), secure from experiences, adapt to the most recent data and work people-like-exercises. Artificial Intelligence executes tasks intelligently that yield in creating enormous accuracy, flexibility, and productivity for the entire system. Tech […]

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Machine learning qualitatively changes the search new particles – ATLAS Experiment at CERN

May 13, 2020

The ATLAS Collaboration is exploring novel ways to search for new phenomena. Alongside an extensive research programme often inspired by specific theoretical models – ranging from quantum black holes to supersymmetry – physicists are applying new model-independent methods to broaden their searches. ATLAS has just released the first model-independent search for new particles using a […]

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How AI and ML are helping first responders

May 13, 2020

After reading about a startup founded by a combat veteran that was using artificial intelligence to help first responders with behavioral health, Adam Thiel, commissioner of the Philadelphia Fire Department, wanted in. Even though the department has a more traditional face-to-face employee assistance program with access to clinicians, Thiel believed “there was still a gap […]

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Artificial intelligence helps researchers produce record-setting catalyst for carbon dioxide-to-ethylene conversion

May 13, 2020

Researchers from U of T Engineering and Carnegie Mellon University are using electrolyzers like this one to convert waste CO2 into commercially valuable chemicals. Their latest catalyst, designed in part through the use of AI, is the most efficient in its class. Credit: Daria Perevezentsev / University of Toronto Engineering Researchers at University of Toronto […]

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