Day: October 17, 2020

Google Details How It Uses AI, Machine Learning To Improve Search 10/16/2020 – MediaPost Communications

October 17, 2020

Google made several announcements on Thursday intended to transform the way people search and the way brands interact with consumers. This was made possible through advancements in artificial intelligence (AI), including a new spelling algorithm, the ability to index specific individual passages from web pages, and new techniques to help people find a wider range […]

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How Can Machine Learning Contribute to Our Wellness? – insideBIGDATA

October 17, 2020

The topic of machine learning in healthcare is a very well covered one, especially here on insideBIGDATA, with a treasure trove of opinions, news, and interviews. However, what if we add to this and take a more holistic approach to health, describing it as more than just the “absence of illness?” Wellness is a somewhat […]

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Cyxtera Brings Innovative AI/ML Compute as a Service Offering to Federal Market

October 17, 2020

Subscription-based solution powered by NVIDIA DGX A100 Systems delivers greater performance, agility and rapid deployment for AI workloads Cyxtera, a global leader in data center colocation and interconnection services, today announced the availability of its landmark Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML) compute as a service offering for government agencies needing leading-edge infrastructure to power AI workloads. […]

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Artificial general intelligence: Are we close, and does it even make sense to try?

October 17, 2020

Sometimes Legg talks about AGI as a kind of multi-tool—one machine that solves many different problems, without a new one having to be designed for each additional challenge. On that view, it wouldn’t be any more intelligent than AlphaGo or GPT-3; it would just have more capabilities. It would be a general-purpose AI, not a […]

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Understanding and Cutting Through Machine Learning Hype – Analytics Insight

October 17, 2020

Machine Learning has evolved much from the context of an Artificial Intelligence subset to the status of disruptive technology. However, there is a gap between popular belief in machine learning and what machine learning tools can actually accomplish. Though it is perched top on the Hype Cycle, it is harder for people to see where the practical […]

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Google Analytics 4 Released: Key AI/ML-Based Enhancements – Analytics India Magazine

October 17, 2020

Google has announced an overhauled version of Google Analytics. In one of the major revamps of the platform, in a decade, the new Google Analytics is built on the foundation of App+Web property, whose beta was introduced in 2019. The new Google Analytics has machine learning at its core and allows integration between analytics and […]

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Artificial intelligence gets real in the OR – Modern Healthcare

October 17, 2020

Since the start of the year, some surgeons and residents at UC San Diego Health have had access to a new surgical resource: reams of video recordings of them performing operations, parsed by artificial intelligence. Video recordings of procedures are uploaded to the cloud for quick analysis. The five surgeons involved in the project and […]

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GSA Announces Winners of AI/ML Challenge to Improve EULA Reviews

October 17, 2020

The General Services Administration (GSA) has named the winners of its recent challenge to develop an AI or machine learning (ML) solution for reviewing end-user license agreements (EULA) for terms and conditions that are unacceptable by the Federal government. Winning the first-place prize of $15,000 was Dev Technology, second place was Gaussian Solutions, and third […]

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Artificial general intelligence: Are we close, and does it even make sense to try?

October 17, 2020

Sometimes Legg talks about AGI as a kind of multi-tool—one machine that solves many different problems, without a new one having to be designed for each additional challenge. On that view, it wouldn’t be any more intelligent than AlphaGo or GPT-3; it would just have more capabilities. It would be a general-purpose AI, not a […]

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