Day: June 27, 2020

Improving Fuel Cell Efficiency Through Machine Learning Techniques – News – All About Circuits

June 27, 2020

The performance of both fuel cells and lithium-ion batteries (LiBs) is closely related to how the pores or holes inside their electrodes are arranged and shaped.  This microstructure will affect how quickly the LiBs charge and discharge, and how much electricity a fuel cell can produce. The pores are quite small, in the range of […]

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Top 5 latest trends in Artificial Intelligence – YourStory

June 27, 2020

AI is not something new. Over the years, it has made immense advancement in every field like healthcare, manufacturing, law, finance, retail, real estate, accountancy, digital marketing, and several other areas. Each one is computational and irrefutable from upcoming changes in the system.  AI algorithms have proved dangerous in terms of Skynet images, the matrix, […]

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A closer look at SageMaker Studio, AWS’ machine learning IDE – VentureBeat

June 27, 2020

Back in December, when AWS launched its new machine learning IDE, SageMaker Studio, we wrote up a “hot-off-the-presses” review. At the time, we felt the platform fell short, but we promised to publish an update after working with AWS to get more familiar with the new capabilities. This is that update. Pain points and solutions […]

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What you should know about investing in AI during economic downturn

June 27, 2020

Over the past few months, the COVID-19 virus has had a huge impact on the globe. As of April 28, according to the World Health Organization, there have been more than 2.8 million confirmed cases worldwide and nearly 198,000+ confirmed deaths reported in more than 213 nations across the globe. The COVID-19 Pandemic is forcing governments […]

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Machine learning, AI experts create models for COVID-19 decisions

June 27, 2020

Experts in the Air Force Research Laboratory are applying explainable machine learning and artificial intelligence approaches to develop thousands of models that could help federal, state and local decision makers as they make re-opening decisions during the COVID-19 pandemic. These forecasting models, which represent military installations and counties across the United States, will be available […]

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Where Predictive Machine Learning Falls Short and What We Can Do About It – insideBIGDATA

June 27, 2020

Even at this early stage of the game, machine learning holds much promise, and is being applied to incredibly diverse fields – autonomous driving, medical screening, and supply-chain management. In many of these fields, the application of the technology has been extremely successful, predicting consumer demand and the outbreak of pandemics much more reliably than […]

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What you should know about investing in AI during economic downturn

June 27, 2020

Over the past few months, the COVID-19 virus has had a huge impact on the globe. As of April 28, according to the World Health Organization, there have been more than 2.8 million confirmed cases worldwide and nearly 198,000+ confirmed deaths reported in more than 213 nations across the globe. The COVID-19 Pandemic is forcing governments […]

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Smart Artificial Intelligence Needs An Open (Source) Classroom

June 27, 2020

19 June 2020, Lower Saxony, Osnabrück: Teacher Melanie Ploppa teaches primary school pupils in a … [+] classroom. Because of the corona regulations, special hygiene measures apply. Furthermore, the pupils are not taught in the full class size. Photo: Friso Gentsch/dpa (Photo by Friso Gentsch/picture alliance via Getty Images) dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images As […]

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