Day: November 20, 2020

New York City wants to restrict artificial intelligence in hiring – CBS News

November 20, 2020

New York City is trying to rein in the use of algorithms used to screen job applicants. It’s one of the first cities in the U.S. to try to regulate what is an increasingly common — and opaque — hiring practice. The city council is considering a bill that would require potential employers to notify […]

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AI, ML are Pushing Media QC and Monitoring to the Next Level

November 20, 2020

Over the years, the complexity of video preparation and delivery has increased dramatically. First, the industry witnessed the move from tape to file-based workflows, followed by the transition from analog to digital. New formats and standards have also emerged, adding to the complexity of video delivery.  Aside from these technology transformations, consumer viewing habits are […]

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Artificial intelligence could be used to hack connected cars, drones warn security experts

November 20, 2020

Cyber criminals could exploit emerging technologies including artificial intelligence and machine learning to help conduct attacks against autonomous cars, drones and Internet of Things-connected vehicles, according to a report from the United Nations, Europol and cybersecurity company Trend Micro. While AI and machine learning can bring “enormous benefits” to society, the same technologies can also […]

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Can artificial intelligence give elephants a winning edge? – TechCrunch

November 20, 2020

Adam Benzion Contributor Adam Benzion is a serial entrepreneur, writer, tech investor, co-founder of Hackster.io and the CXO of Edge Impulse. More posts by this contributor TinyML is giving hardware new life Images of elephants roaming the African plains are imprinted on all of our minds and something easily recognized as a symbol of Africa. […]

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning course – The Tribune

November 20, 2020

Global higher-level educational platform Careerera.com, has announced the launch of a new certification programme — Post Graduate Program in Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning. PGPAIML is a 12-month long course and offers blended online content for IT Professionals, Data Professionals, Individuals with basic programming skills interested in the AI & ML, Data Scientists viewing to […]

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Artificial Intelligence’s Role in the Field of Intellectual Property – Analytics Insight

November 20, 2020

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become a digital frontier that will have a profound impact on the world. It will have immense technological, economic, and social consequences and will transform the way humans work, live, and produce and distribute goods and services. Although it is too early to say, it is clear that AI will affect […]

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Commentary: Pathmind applies AI, machine learning to industrial operations – FreightWaves

November 20, 2020

The views expressed here are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of FreightWaves or its affiliates. In this installment of the AI in Supply Chain series (#AIinSupplyChain), we explore how Pathmind, an early-stage startup based in San Francisco, is helping companies apply simulation and reinforcement learning to industrial operations. […]

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AI, ML are Pushing Media QC and Monitoring to the Next Level

November 20, 2020

Over the years, the complexity of video preparation and delivery has increased dramatically. First, the industry witnessed the move from tape to file-based workflows, followed by the transition from analog to digital. New formats and standards have also emerged, adding to the complexity of video delivery.  Aside from these technology transformations, consumer viewing habits are […]

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Scientists propose machine learning method for 2-D material spectroscopy

November 20, 2020

Basic architecture of the learning procedure in the random forest method. Credit: SIOM Machine learning is an important branch in the field of artificial intelligence. Its basic idea is to build a statistical model based on data and use the model to analyze and predict the data. With the rapid development of big data technology, […]

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A neural network learns when it should not be trusted

November 20, 2020

Increasingly, artificial intelligence systems known as deep learning neural networks are used to inform decisions vital to human health and safety, such as in autonomous driving or medical diagnosis. These networks are good at recognizing patterns in large, complex datasets to aid in decision-making. But how do we know they’re correct? Alexander Amini and his […]

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