Day: October 6, 2020

What is machine learning? | FierceElectronics – FierceElectronics

October 6, 2020

Machine learning is all around us. It is how Netflix is able to suggest the next movie for you to watch. It is why ads on the internet seem to know what you are interested in. It is also how autocompletion is accurately able to predict the next word you might type. But what exactly is […]

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Welcome Initiative on Artificial Intelligence – Economic Times

October 6, 2020

The first step is to enact robust data protection It is welcome that India is hosting a global summit on artificial intelligence (AI) and that the Prime Minister has addressed the gathering and expressed commitment at the highest level of government to wholesome development and regulation of AI. AI will fast become not just a major […]

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What is machine learning? – FierceElectronics

October 6, 2020

Machine learning is all around us. It is how Netflix is able to suggest the next movie for you to watch. It is why ads on the internet seem to know what you are interested in. It is also how autocompletion is accurately able to predict the next word you might type. But what exactly is […]

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AI and ML aren’t enough; openness and integration must be prioritised

October 6, 2020

Filip Verloy, field CTO EMEA at Rubrik, discusses the importance of openness and integration alongside the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) AI and ML are just two pieces of the all important puzzle. It is quite common these days for emerging technologies to be accompanied by intense levels of hype, a […]

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Companies are doubling down on artificial intelligence and machine learning due to pandemic

October 6, 2020

Most IT leaders said AI/ML initiatives matter more than they thought, and half said they will increase spending on them, Algorithmia survey finds. Image: Chinnawat Ngamsom, Getty Images/iStockphoto Companies are planning to increase their spending on artificial intelligence and machine learning as a result of the pandemic, and IT leaders believe that those initiatives should […]

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USPTO releases report on artificial intelligence and intellectual property policy | USPTO – United States Patent and Trademark Office

October 6, 2020

WASHINGTON — The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) today released a report titled “Public Views on Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property Policy.” It takes a comprehensive look at a wide variety of stakeholder views on the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) across the intellectual property (IP) landscape, including patent, trademark, copyright, and trade secret […]

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First time in India! Artificial Intelligence to be used in gastroenterology and endoscopy – Zee News

October 6, 2020

The AIG Hospitals in Hyderabad and Satisfai Health in Canada has announced a collaboration to transform Gastroenterology and Gastrointestinal (GI) Endoscopy with Artificial Intelligence (AI). The partnership gives both the groups an opportunity to accelerate the development of Satisfai’s innovative suite of AI solutions across the spectrum and to establish Satisfai Health and AIG Hospitals […]

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AI and machine learning simplify Microwave network management – RCR Wireless News

October 6, 2020

As our wireless communication networks continue to advance and deliver connectivity to more people and more places, providers are turning to all sorts of technologies to increase capacity and performance. While 5G, the next generation of cellular technology will bring advanced spectrum sharing techniques, it will also bring the need for new infrastructure, and a […]

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‘Next’ harnesses AI as all-purpose bogeyman – Times Herald-Record

October 6, 2020

By Kevin McDonough  |  Times Herald-Record — Technology enhances our lives and frightens us at the same time. The history of entertainment is filled with movies and series about the threats posed by new and mysterious devices and knowledge. One of my favorite movie moments takes place at the end (spoiler alert!) of the original […]

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How Machine Learning Made Hops-Free Hoppy Beer (and Other SynBio Wonders) Possible – Singularity Hub

October 6, 2020

Synthetic biology is like a reality-altering version of Minecraft. Rather than digital blocks, synthetic biology rejiggers the basic building blocks of life—DNA, proteins, biochemical circuits—to rewire living organisms or even build entirely new ones. In theory, the sky’s the limit on rewriting life: lab-grown meat that tastes like the real thing with far less impact […]

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