Day: May 31, 2020

AI to machine learning: RILs $2-billion bet to be a tech tornado – Business Standard

May 31, 2020

Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance Industries and its subsidiaries have invested over $2 billion in its four-pronged strategy to become a technology powerhouse. The strategy includes spending over $1.6 billion on buying stakes in 24 tech firms across the US, UK, and India; winning 30 US patents out of the 53 it applied for, mostly in telecom […]

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Acronis enters official AI partnership with A.S. Roma

May 31, 2020

Dubai UAE:Acronis, a global leader in cyber protection, today announced the Official Artificial Intelligence partnership with Associazione Sportiva Roma, an Italian professional football club. Under the agreement, Acronis will be providing AI and Machine Learning (ML) solutions to process football data to optimise game and business operations, and cyber protection solutions for mission-critical workloads. A.S. […]

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Apple buys machine learning specialist Inductiv to bolster Siri, AI projects

May 31, 2020

Adding to a mounting number of artificial intelligence-related acquisitions, Apple in the past few weeks purchased Ontario-based Inductiv to work on Siri and machine learning initiatives. Apple confirmed the buy in a boilerplate statement to Bloomberg, saying it “buys smaller technology companies from time to time and we generally do not discuss our purpose or […]

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Is The Goal-Driven Systems Pattern The Key To Artificial General Intelligence (AGI)? – Forbes

May 31, 2020

Goal-driven systems Getty Since the beginnings of artificial intelligence, researchers have long sought to test the intelligence of machine systems by having them play games against humans. It is often thought that one of the hallmarks of human intelligence is the ability to think creatively, consider various possibilities, and keep a long-term goal in mind […]

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Thanks To Renewables And Machine Learning, Google Now Forecasts The Wind – Forbes

May 31, 2020

(Photo by Vitaly NevarTASS via Getty Images) Vitaly Nevar/TASS Wind farms have traditionally made less money for the electricity they produce because they have been unable to predict how windy it will be tomorrow. “The way a lot of power markets work is you have to schedule your assets a day ahead,” said Michael Terrell, […]

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In coronavirus-hit South Korea, Artificial Intelligence takes over to monitor lonely elders – The New Indian Express

May 31, 2020

By Associated Press SEOUL: In a cramped office in eastern Seoul, Hwang Seungwon points a remote control toward a huge NASA-like overhead screen stretching across one of the walls. With each flick of the control, a colourful array of pie charts, graphs and maps reveals the search habits of thousands of South Korean senior citizens […]

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Deep Dive: How AI, ML Can Harness Dynamic Rules To Improve QSR Fraud Detection And Reduce False Positives

May 31, 2020

Posted on May 19, 2020 Mobile ordering fraud is a constant struggle for QSRs, with bad actors leveraging account takeovers (ATOs) and social engineering to steal money or hijack customers’ personal data. Consumers are also concerned about security, with a 2019 survey finding that 62 percent of QSR customers feared that using mobile ordering apps […]

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Apple buys machine learning specialist Inductiv to bolster Siri, AI projects

May 31, 2020

Adding to a mounting number of artificial intelligence-related acquisitions, Apple in the past few weeks purchased Ontario-based Inductiv to work on Siri and machine learning initiatives. Apple confirmed the buy in a boilerplate statement to Bloomberg, saying it “buys smaller technology companies from time to time and we generally do not discuss our purpose or […]

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