Day: July 2, 2020

Can Artificial Intelligence Detect Early-Stage Pancreatic Cancer? – AJMC.com Managed Markets Network

July 2, 2020

Using artificial intelligence to comb through electronic health records to look for the subtle signs that individuals often present with to their doctor in the years before a more advanced diagnosis of pancreatic cancer is made showed promise in a early trial to see if earlier detection is possible. Could artificial intelligence (AI) be used […]

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Podcast: AI, ML and RISC-V on rise at DAC 2020

July 2, 2020

In the latest edition of my embedded edge with Nitin podcast, we learn about some of the trends at this year’s Design Automation Conference (DAC 2020). When we spoke to the program track chairs in the podcast, it’s apparent that the key trends this year are the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning […]

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How Cognitive Automation backed by Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and RPA upgrade industries?

July 2, 2020

Cognitive automation is a new buzzword in the technology and industrial world. It exists at the crossroads between Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Cognitive Computing, with the assistance of Robotic Process Automation (RPA). In other words, it is a type of software that brings intelligence to information-intensive processes. By employing artificial intelligence and machine learning, it takes […]

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Ask the Founders: What is Artificial Intelligence exactly? – WebWire

July 2, 2020

In the past few years, Artificial Intelligence has become more and more ubiquitous in our everyday tech, and it shows no signs of going away, with investment into UK AI reaching £2.42bn in 2019. According to the Tech Nation Report 2020, looking at data from 2015-2019, the UK is third in the world for levels […]

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What is scientific machine learning and how will it change aircraft design? – Aerospace Testing International

July 2, 2020

Karen Willcox, director of the Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences at the University of Texas, Austin discusses an emerging field of computing that could revolutionize how aircraft are designed While artificial intelligence and machine learning offer efficiencies and opportunities to virtually all industrial sectors, some such as aerospace design must tread carefully because […]

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Artificial Intelligence Is Experiencing Growing Pains – Forbes

July 2, 2020

AI works great in the labs, but is it ready for prime time? Getty Is artificial intelligence ready to move out of the labs and proofs of concept and into the mainstreams of enterprises? Leading industry observers say yes, it’s ready — but organizations may still need some preparation. “We’ve moved beyond the phase of […]

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D2iQ Brings Machine Learning to Kubernetes – Container Journal

July 2, 2020

D2iQ has added a curated distribution of Kubeflow, open source software that makes it easier to deploy workflows that incorporate machine learning algorithms on a Kubernetes cluster, as an extension to its existing portfolio of automation tools. Jie Yu, chief architect for D2iQ, says KUDO for Kubeflow will make it easier for IT teams to […]

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What you should know about investing in AI during economic downturn

July 2, 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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10 Wonderful Examples Of Using Artificial Intelligence (AI) For Good

July 2, 2020

One of the many benefits of using artificial intelligence (AI) is to help us view societal problems from a different perspective. While there’s been much hubbub about how AI might be misused, we must not overlook the many ways AI can be used for good. Our global issues are complex, and AI provides us with […]

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