Day: August 1, 2020

Now More Than Ever We Should Take Advantage of the Transformational Benefits of AI and ML in Healthcare – Managed Healthcare Executive

August 1, 2020

As healthcare businesses transform for a post-COVID-19 era, they are embracing digital technologies as essential for outmaneuvering the uncertainty faced by businesses and as building blocks for driving more innovation. Maturing digital technologies such as social, mobile, analytics and cloud (SMAC); emerging technologies such as distributed ledger, artificial intelligence, extended reality and quantum computing (DARQ); and […]

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With World’s 1st AI And ML Powered Annual-Recurring-Subscription-Model, Frinza Is All Set To Disrupt The Global Gifting Industry – IndianWeb2.com

August 1, 2020

Incorporated in 2018, FRINZA is an aggressively growing online gifting startup that is all set to take the gifting space by storm as it plans to roll out world’s first and one of its kind Artificial Intelligence(AI) and Machine Learning(ML) powered annual-recurring-subscription-model-based one-stop-gifting-solution. FRINZA is a rapidly growing online gifting organization, that provides premium and […]

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The Era Of Autonomous Army Bots is Here – Forbes

August 1, 2020

When the average person thinks about AI and robots what often comes to mind are post-apocalyptic visions of scary, super-intelligent machines taking over the world, or even the universe. The Terminator movie series is a good reflection of this fear of AI, with the core technology behind the intelligent machines powered by Skynet, referred to […]

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Using Machine Learning To Automate Data Coding At The Bureau Of Labor Statistics (BLS) – Forbes

August 1, 2020

Government agencies are awash in documents. Many of these documents are paper-based, but even for the electronic documents a human is still often needed to process and understand those documents to make use of them for vital services. Federal agencies are increasingly looking to  AI to help improve those document and human-bound processes by applying […]

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We’ve forgotten the most important thing about AI. It’s time to remember it again

August 1, 2020

In the 18th century, Hungarian inventor Wolfgang von Kempelen created a never-before-seen chess-playing machine. The automaton, called the Mechanical Turk, could handle a game of chess against a human player, and pretty well with that: it even defeated Napoleon Bonaparte in 1809, during a campaign in Vienna.  It was eventually revealed that von Kempelen’s invention […]

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MIT develops machine learning model to quicken release of COVID-19 vaccine

August 1, 2020

OptiVax tests potential vaccines for efficacy and population coverage, then designs vaccines for testing, all with artificial intelligence. Image: Shutterstock Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new combinatorial machine learning system that could both decrease research time needed for a COVID-19 vaccine and make it more effective, researchers […]

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3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Buy in August – Motley Fool

August 1, 2020

Artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to add $15.7 trillion to the global economy by 2030, according to a study by PricewaterhouseCoopers. This huge figure consists of $6.6 trillion in increased productivity, as well as $9.1 trillion of increased demand for products and services because of personalization and improved quality. Those interested in investing in the […]

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GPT-3: an AI game-changer or an environmental disaster? – The Guardian

August 1, 2020

Unless you’ve been holidaying on Mars, or perhaps in Spain (alongside the transport secretary), you may have noticed some fuss on social media about something called GPT-3. The GPT bit stands for the “generative pre-training” of a language model that acquires knowledge of the world by “reading” enormous quantities of written text. The “3” indicates […]

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Building The World’s Top AI Industry Community – Lessons From Ai4

August 1, 2020

When it comes to artificial intelligence, and technology in general, we as a society are often guilty of thinking of it as separate from humanity. However, AI and humanity are of course intricately entwined, as AI is built by humans. Just as the saying goes, “no man is an island,” the same can be said […]

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MIT develops machine learning model to quicken release of COVID-19 vaccine

August 1, 2020

OptiVax tests potential vaccines for efficacy and population coverage, then designs vaccines for testing, all with artificial intelligence. Image: Shutterstock Researchers from MIT’s Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) have developed a new combinatorial machine learning system that could both decrease research time needed for a COVID-19 vaccine and make it more effective, researchers […]

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