Day: November 21, 2020

Practical strategies to minimize bias in machine learning – VentureBeat

November 21, 2020

When it comes to customer expectations, the pandemic has changed everything Learn how to accelerate customer service, optimize costs, and improve self-service in a digital-first world. Register here We’ve been seeing the headlines for years: “Researchers find flaws in the algorithms used…” for nearly every use case for AI, including finance, health care, education, policing, […]

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

November 21, 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 21, 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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Role Of AI And Machine Learning In Logistics Industry – Inc42 Media

November 21, 2020

We see rapid technological development in the fields of big data, algorithmic development, connectivity, cloud computing and processing power every day. These new technologies have made the performance, accessibility, and costs of AI more favourable than ever before. The introduction of modern and new technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain has transformed […]

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10 Ways AI & ML-Based Solutions Can Help Tackle Customer Volatility In B2C Enterprise – Inc42 Media

November 21, 2020

Covid-19 has been bad news on many fronts – health, of course, and economy too. Lockdowns and social distancing for prolonged periods across the globe have had a deeper impact than any other catastrophe has had over the last several decades. However, this period was not without its ray of hope. There were noticeable trends […]

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

November 21, 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 21, 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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Why we shouldn’t fear the future of work

November 21, 2020

The American workforce is at a crossroads. Digitization and automation have replaced millions of middle-class jobs, while wages have stagnated for many who remain employed. A lot of labor has become insecure, low-income freelance work. Yet there is reason for optimism on behalf of workers, as scholars and business leaders outlined in an MIT conference […]

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Why we shouldn’t fear the future of work

November 21, 2020

The American workforce is at a crossroads. Digitization and automation have replaced millions of middle-class jobs, while wages have stagnated for many who remain employed. A lot of labor has become insecure, low-income freelance work. Yet there is reason for optimism on behalf of workers, as scholars and business leaders outlined in an MIT conference […]

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MIT forum examines the rise of automation in the workplace

November 21, 2020

“Pop culture does a great job of scaring us that AI will take over the world,” said Professor Daniela Rus, speaking at a virtual MIT event on Wednesday. But realistically, said Rus, who directs the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), robots aren’t going to steal everyone’s jobs overnight — they’re not yet […]

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