Day: November 30, 2020

Everything to Know About Machine Learning as a Service (MLaaS) – Analytics Insight

November 30, 2020

Machine learning is set to change the manner in which we work together. Machine learning joins mathematics, statistics, and artificial intelligence into another discipline of study. Big data and faster computing power are opening up new capacities for this innovation that appeared to be outlandish just 10 years back. It is being utilized to drive […]

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Google Reveals Major Hidden Weakness In Machine Learning – Discover Magazine

November 30, 2020

In recent years, machines have become almost as good as humans, and sometimes better, in a wide range of abilities — for example, object recognition, natural language processing and diagnoses based on medical images. And yet machines trained in this way still make mistakes that humans would never fall for. For example, small changes to […]

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QA Increasingly Benefits from AI and Machine Learning – RTInsights

November 30, 2020

While the human element will still exist, incorporating AI/ML will improve the QA testing within an organization. The needle in quality assurance (QA) testing is moving in the direction of increased use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). However, the integration of AI/ML in the testing process is not across the board. The […]

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Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning – What Do They Mean? – Business 2 Community

November 30, 2020

There was a time when we heard terms like Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning only in sci-fi movies. But today, technological advances have brought us to a point where businesses across verticals are not only talking about, but also implementing artificial intelligence and machine learning in everyday scenarios. AI is everywhere, from gaming stations to […]

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Artificial intelligence in war: Human judgment as an organizational strength and a strategic liability – Brookings Institution

November 30, 2020

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Artificial intelligence has the potential to change the conduct of war. Recent excitement about AI is driven by advances in the ability to infer predictions from data. Yet this does not necessarily mean that machines can replace human decisionmakers. The effectiveness of AI depends not only on the sophistication of the technology but […]

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The Best University Courses Are in Machine Learning (and It’s No Surprise) – Analytics Insight

November 30, 2020

Every college-aged student has heard that if you want to make the best money and be in demand, go into analytics/computing/programming. The most in-demand graduates are those in machine learning and programming because so much of the world is heading in that direction. People talk so often about the future of technology, but we’ve finally […]

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Raytheon and C3.ai announce alliance on artificial intelligence solutions – C4ISRNet

November 30, 2020

WASHINGTON — Raytheon’s intelligence and space business is partnering with C3.ai, a software company known for its predictive maintenance business with the U.S. Air Force, the companies announced Monday. The alliance between C3.ai and Raytheon Intelligence and Space aims to speed up artificial intelligence adoption across the U.S. military. The partnership will pair Raytheon’s expertise […]

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Rackspace Technology Announces New Solve Strategy Series Webinar: How Businesses are using AI and Machine Learning Today

November 30, 2020

SAN ANTONIO, Nov. 30, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Rackspace Technology™ (NASDAQ: RXT), a leading end-to-end multicloud technology solutions company, will hold the virtual event How Businesses are using AI and Machine Learning Today on December 9th at 10:00 am CT as part of the company’s Solve Strategy Series. Jeremy Howard, data scientist, researcher, educator and […]

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Artificial intelligence and machine learning: A new blueprint for the fintech industry

November 30, 2020

The term Artificial Intelligence was coined 70 years ago as the stuff of fantasy fiction and about 50 years post that nothing much moved. Then, in 1997 like a bolt from the blue, IBM’s Deep Blue defeated world chess champion Garry Kasparov 4-2 in a six game series. Since then, machines have beaten humans at […]

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Injecting Machine Learning And Bayesian Optimization Into HPC – The Next Platform

November 30, 2020

No matter what kind of traditional HPC simulation and modeling system you have, no matter what kind of fancy new machine learning AI system you have, IBM has an appliance that it wants to sell you to help make these systems work better – and work better together if you are mixing HPC and AI. […]

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