Day: November 11, 2020

LinkedIn Open-Sources Dagli, A Machine Learning Library For Java – Analytics India Magazine

November 11, 2020

LinkedIn has recently announced the open-sourcing Dagli, a machine learning library for Java and other JVM languages. This open-source machine learning library will ostensibly make it easier for developers to create bug-resistant, easily readable, modifiable, maintainable, as well as deployable model pipelines without incurring technical debt. According to the data report, as the industry of machine learning matures and increases with […]

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Top AI/ML Fellowship For Indian Students – Analytics India Magazine

November 11, 2020

Companies and education institutes around the world are investing in nurturing talents in the field of artificial intelligence and machine learning. Here in this article, we list some of the prestigious fellowship programs in the field of AI and machine learning, in no particular order, for consideration of Indian students. IIT Madras The Robert Bosch […]

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VA Turns to Machine Learning to Automate Prescription Workflows – Nextgov

November 11, 2020

Clinical pharmacists within the Veterans Affairs Department are applying machine learning techniques to automate administrative workflows around prescriptions and pharmacy benefits.  In doing so, they’re learning firsthand how emerging technology-based solutions can help free up their time, so that more attention can be given directly to patients, according to the Executive Director of the Veterans […]

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Microsoft is partnering with Qualcomm to enhance AI and ML developer experience

November 11, 2020

Microsoft has been working very closely with Qualcomm recently. In the past couple of months, Qualcomm has unveiled the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 5G compute platform for Windows on ARM PCs, and also revealed that App Assure is coming to platform, a major step in app compatibility. Now, the two organizations have announced that they […]

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Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to Revolutionize the World of Art and Creativity

November 11, 2020

Photo: Depositphotos.com Photo: Depositphotos.com Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Depositphotos.com Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence to Revolutionize the World of Art and Creativity Back to Gallery Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing various industries, markets, and services. However, the creative industries and the art world have not yet been able […]

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Modeling Gravity Waves with Machine Learning – Eos

November 11, 2020

Gravity waves ripple outward from disturbances in the atmosphere, much like the ripples formed from tossing a stone into a still pond. Researchers know that these waves play a critical role in global atmospheric circulation, moving momentum between different layers. But gravity waves are still not well understood. Their small spatial scale and the low […]

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Sorting out viruses with machine learning – Phys.org

November 11, 2020

Single virus particle detections using a solid-state nanopore. Credit: Osaka University The ongoing global pandemic has created an urgent need for rapid tests that can diagnose the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the pathogen that causes COVID-19, and distinguish it from other respiratory viruses. Now, researchers from Japan have demonstrated a new system for single-virion […]

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Current State Of Machine Learning in Compilers & Its Future – Analytics India Magazine

November 11, 2020

The job of compilers is to translate programming languages written by humans into binary executable by computer hardware. Compilers run on large complex, heterogeneous, non-deterministic, and constantly changing systems. Optimising compilers is difficult because the number of possible optimisations is huge. Designing heuristics that take all of these considerations into account ultimately becomes hard. As […]

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Artificial Intelligence in healthcare and clinical practice in the COVID era – Health Europa

November 11, 2020

© iStock-ipopba Caroline B Hing and Yasmin Antoniou of AI for Good explore the future of AI in healthcare and clinical practice. Automation during the industrial revolution led to a profound change in working practices across the 18th and 19th centuries. Currently, we are in the midst of a fourth industrial revolution, with globalisation and […]

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Getting the nitty-gritty of artificial intelligence right – The Hindu BusinessLine

November 11, 2020

If you are a non-technical person learning a technical subject or trying to understand a technical field such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), let me share a simple tip that will help you a lot. Don’t let the complex-sounding technical terms confuse you. In due course, you will get comfortable with terminologies if you focus on […]

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