Day: November 13, 2020

Artificial intelligence helping lower costs, speed up construction projects – KGO-TV

November 13, 2020

We’re seeing artificial intelligence used in a growing number of fields, from medicine to engineering. Now, the latest is a field that admits it’s old-school: construction. The changing economy is part of Building A Better Bay Area.The pandemic has done little to stop the construction boom across the state. RELATED: MIT working to launch app […]

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Artificial Intelligence in Construction: Part III – Lexology

November 13, 2020

As we noted in our first article on artificial intelligence in construction, artificial intelligence (AI) is a broad term that generally refers to technology that uses algorithms to process data and simulate human intelligence. In our first two articles, we discussed machine learning and then image recognition and sensors-on-site. In this article, we discuss two […]

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Getting the nitty-gritty of artificial intelligence right – BL on Campus

November 13, 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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Can artificial intelligence solve racism? – Quartz

November 13, 2020

A growing number of tech companies are placing their bets on algorithms to reinvent talent acquisition and create a more inclusive workforce. In some cases, this might mean entirely removing traditional aspects of the hiring process. Introduced in the nineties, applicant tracking systems (ATS), were created to help HR professionals organize the surge of applications […]

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Machine Learning Model Predicts COVID-19 Severity, Mortality – HITInfrastructure.com

November 13, 2020

By Samantha McGrail November 13, 2020 – Machine learning models have the ability to predict the possibility of critical illness or mortality in COVID-19 patients, according to a Journal of Medicine Internet Research (JMIR) study.  Researchers from Mount Sinai analyzed health record data from over 4,000 adult COVID-19 patients admitted to hospitals in the Mount Sinai […]

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AI, ML Tech ‘Needed Today’ to Enhance Decision-Making Process at the Edge, DOD Officials Say

November 13, 2020

Pentagon officials this week highlighted the potential of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning for automating the decision-making process at the tactical edge.  The Defense Department’s digital modernization strategy, released in 2019, pinpointed artificial intelligence and machine learning in its four main goals as essential for enabling information sharing across the enterprise. A […]

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Develop a Basic Understanding of Machine Learning With These Courses

November 13, 2020

Photo: Nubelson Fernandes Photo: Nubelson Fernandes Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Nubelson Fernandes Develop a Basic Understanding of Machine Learning With These Courses Back to Gallery Machine learning and artificial intelligence are two of the future’s most important technologies. They’re used in self-driving cars, financial and health tech, […]

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Develop a Basic Understanding of Machine Learning With These Courses – The Advocate

November 13, 2020

Photo: Nubelson Fernandes Photo: Nubelson Fernandes Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Nubelson Fernandes Develop a Basic Understanding of Machine Learning With These Courses Back to Gallery Machine learning and artificial intelligence are two of the future’s most important technologies. They’re used in self-driving cars, financial and health tech, […]

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Machine learning for making machines: Applying visual search to mechanical parts – Tech Xplore

November 13, 2020

A new database would help engineers and manufacturers to apply machine learning to mechanical parts. Credit: Purdue University image/Sangpil Kim Computer vision researchers use machine learning to train computers in visually recognizing objects—but very few apply machine learning to mechanical parts such as gearboxes, bearings, brakes, clutches, motors, nuts, bolts and washers. A team of […]

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Machine Learning for Machine Parts – IndustryWeek

November 13, 2020

Computer vision researchers use machine learning to train computers in visually recognizing objects – but very few apply machine learning to mechanical parts such as gearboxes, bearings, brakes, clutches, motors, nuts, bolts and washers. A team of Purdue University mechanical engineers has created the first comprehensive open-source annotated database of more than 58,000 3D mechanical […]

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