Day: August 12, 2020

AI and machine learning: Powering the next-gen enterprise

August 12, 2020

By now most of us understand that, in our current era, artificial intelligence (AI) and its subset machine learning (ML) have little to do with human intelligence. AI/ML is all about recognizing patterns in data and automating discrete tasks, from algorithms that flag fraudulent financial transactions to chatbots that answer customer questions. And guess what? […]

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The era of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning for Army tasks in the field has arrived

August 12, 2020

ADELPHI, Md. – When the average person thinks about artificial intelligence (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. Forbes reports. Continue reading original article The Military & Aerospace Electronics take: 12 Aug. 2020 — However, the AI of today […]

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artificial intelligence (AI) machine learning – Military & Aerospace Electronics

August 12, 2020

ADELPHI, Md. – When the average person thinks about artificial intelligence (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. Forbes reports. Continue reading original articleThe Military & Aerospace Electronics take: 12 Aug. 2020 — However, the AI of today looks […]

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How AI can create self-driving data centers

August 12, 2020

Most of the buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) centers on autonomous vehicles, chatbots, digital-twin technology, robotics, and the use of AI-based ‘smart’ systems to extract business insight out of large data sets. But AI and machine learning (ML) will one day play an important role down among the server racks in the guts of the […]

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Python-powered machine-learning tool drives robot farming project

August 12, 2020

New AI-powered farming machines trained on the PyTorch framework are being developed to help farmers produce more food with fewer resources. Blue River Technology is using the PyTorch machine-learning framework to train robotic crop sprayers to identify and map weeds as they move through a field. Using a high-resolution camera array, the system instructs the […]

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