Day: May 17, 2020

How AI and ML are helping first responders

May 17, 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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No matter how sophisticated, artificial intelligence systems still need human oversight

May 17, 2020

Artificial intelligence and machine learning models can work spectacularly — until they don’t. Then they tend to fail spectacularly. That’s the lesson drawn from the COVID-19 crisis, as reported in MIT Technology Review. Sudden, dramatic shifts in consumer and B2B buying behavior are, as author Will Douglas Heaven put it, “causing hiccups for the algorithms […]

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Basics of machine learning algorithm every product manager should know – Hindustan Times

May 17, 2020

Data has become the new currency now and when the new norm of the life will be push us more towards adoption of digital products, data will play crucial role in determining consumer behaviour and personalising the digital solution.The demand for the digital products will grow day by day and the responsibility of a product […]

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OpenAI Finds Machine Learning Efficiency Is Outpacing Moore’s Law – Singularity Hub

May 17, 2020

Eight years ago a machine learning algorithm learned to identify a cat—and it stunned the world. A few years later AI could accurately translate languages and take down world champion Go players. Now, machine learning has begun to excel at complex multiplayer video games like Starcraft and Dota 2 and subtle games like poker. AI, […]

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No matter how sophisticated, artificial intelligence systems still need human oversight – ZDNet

May 17, 2020

Artificial intelligence and machine learning models can work spectacularly — until they don’t. Then they tend to fail spectacularly. That’s the lesson drawn from the COVID-19 crisis, as reported in MIT Technology Review. Sudden, dramatic shifts in consumer and B2B buying behavior are, as author Will Douglas Heaven put it, “causing hiccups for the algorithms […]

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How This Bangalore-Based Edtech Startup Is Delivering Cognitive Learning Through AI & ML – Analytics India Magazine

May 17, 2020

“WizKlub facilitator driven sessions have moved completely online in this era of lockdown. We have ensured that appropriate pedagogical changes have been made to ensure learning efficacy in the online classroom as well.” – Amit Bansal, Founder of WizKlub. Ed-tech or education technology is a practice and a discipline of implementing digital technology to deliver […]

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Are AI investments dead thanks to COVID-19?

May 17, 2020

In the context of human suffering, worrying about how enterprises will react to a slowing economy should be secondary. But as the economic toll of mandatory shutdowns and shelter-in-place orders mounts, and as COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc on businesses across a vast spectrum of industries, there are naturally a flurry of questions around the […]

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Scientists Bridge Neuroscience With AI Machine Learning

May 17, 2020

Source: GDJ/Pixabay Artificial intelligence (AI) deep learning is somewhat inspired by the human intelligence of the biological brain. Recently researchers from Bar-Ilan University demonstrated that by increasing the frequency of training speeds up the neuronal adaptation process, effectively connecting experimental neuroscience with advanced AI learning algorithms. The Bar-Ilan University study was led by Professor Ido […]

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