Day: October 26, 2020

3 ways Artificial Intelligence Will Help IT MSPs Do Better in 2021 – Channel Futures

October 26, 2020

Artificial intelligence and machine learning can help make ITSM processes more efficient. CIOs are now using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies to make IT service management processes more efficient. A typical use case for artificial intelligence in ITSM involves natural language processing (NLP). User requests for IT services are automated using NLP. […]

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Artificial intelligence continues to mature with o9 and Project44 partnership – DC Velocity

October 26, 2020

Increasing capabilities in artificial intelligence (AI) could help supply chain control towers live up to the promise that supporters have long touted, according to o9 Solutions, a planning and operations platform vendor that today said it has partnered with supply chain visibility provider project44.  The linkage is the latest sign that AI is emerging from […]

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Re-Humanizing Fundraising With Artificial Intelligence – Stanford Social Innovation Review

October 26, 2020

(Photo by iStock/xijian) Conventional wisdom about nonprofit fundraising considers these two statements equally true: 1) Acquiring new donors loses money, and 2) Future gifts from new donors make up for the money lost on acquisition. Alas, only one of them is true. Acquiring new donors does, indeed, lose money, often estimated at 50 percent of […]

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AI and machine learning: Powering the next-gen enterprise

October 26, 2020

A July CIO Pandemic Business Impact Survey asked a more provocative question: “How likely is your company to increase consideration of AI/ML as a way to flatten or reduce human capital costs?” Nearly half, 48 percent, were either very or somewhat likely to do so. The implication is that, as the economic downturn deepens, the […]

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5 Emerging AI And Machine Learning Trends To Watch In 2021

October 26, 2020

Artificial Intelligence and machine learning have been hot topics in 2020 as AI and ML technologies increasingly find their way into everything from advanced quantum computing systems and leading-edge medical diagnostic systems to consumer electronics and “smart” personal assistants. Revenue generated by AI hardware, software and services is expected to reach $156.5 billion worldwide this […]

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Artificial Intelligence can predict students’ educational outcomes based on tweets – EdexLive

October 26, 2020

Dear parents, please note. You may not need to ask teachers how your kid is performing in studies as his or her tweets will be enough to gauge whether he or she will make it big in the future or not, thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI). A team of Russian researchers has used AI-based models […]

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Leap And Learn: The Common Thread Of Artificial Intelligence Success Stories – Forbes

October 26, 2020

AI success is built on learning Getty Enterprises seeing real success with artificial intelligence have something in common: they are capable of learning quickly from their successes or failures and re-applying those lessons into the mainstream of their businesses. Of course, there’s nothing new about the ability to rinse, learn and repeat, which has been […]

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Saudi Arabia’s National Centre for Artificial Intelligence collaborates with Huawei to develop AI capabilities – Healthcare IT News

October 26, 2020

Saudi Arabia’s National Centre for Artificial Intelligence (NCAI) has announced a strategic cooperation with Huawei on the Kingdom’s national AI capability development programme. NCAI is an arm of the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA), with responsibility for driving the national AI strategy execution, AI innovation and capabilities building. Under a memorandum of understanding […]

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FDA, Philips warn of data bias in AI, machine learning devices – MedTech Dive

October 26, 2020

Dive Brief: FDA officials and the head of global software standards at Philips have warned that medical devices leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning are at risk of exhibiting bias due to the lack of representative data on broader patient populations. The red flag came to the fore during Thursday’s virtual Patient Engagement Advisory Committee […]

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SAP’s AI Chief Leads Effort to Infuse Artificial Intelligence Across Products – Wall Street Journal

October 26, 2020

Business software companies have been embedding artificial intelligence into their applications as the technology continues to advance in the enterprise. SAP SE earlier this year created a new title to oversee this effort, naming Feiyu Xu, a former Lenovo Group Ltd. AI executive, as its global head of artificial intelligence. In this newly created position, […]

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