Day: December 1, 2020

AWS announces Panorama, a device that adds machine learning technology to any camera – TechCrunch

December 1, 2020

AWS has launched a new hardware device, the AWS Panorama Appliance, which, alongside the AWS Panorama SDK, will transform existing on-premises cameras into computer vision-enabled super-powered surveillance devices. Pitching the hardware as a new way for customers to inspect parts on manufacturing lines, ensure that safety protocols are being followed, or analyze traffic in retail stores, […]

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Data can be a ‘force for evil,’ AI and machine learning experts say – Healthcare IT News

December 1, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted and exacerbated existing disparities in the healthcare system, including the consequences of bias on racialized or marginalized groups. Some of the ways racial bias in the healthcare system emerge are more obvious, such as horror stories of Black people being turned away at emergency departments. Others, experts said during the HIMSS […]

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Machine Learning Models Could Improve Transit in Chattanooga – Government Technology

December 1, 2020

Integrating new technologies related to on-demand transit and introducing electric vehicles into public transit operations requires a deep knowledge of those systems and how best to deploy them. In Chattanooga, artificial intelligence could soon help meet that end. The Chattanooga Area Regional Transit Authority (CARTA) was recently awarded $3.9 million in grants from the National […]

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AWS announces Panorama a device adds machine learning technology to any camera – TechCrunch

December 1, 2020

AWS has launched a new hardware device, the AWS Panorama Appliance, which, alongside the AWS Panorama SDK, will transform existing on-premises cameras into computer vision enabled super-powered surveillance devices. Pitching the hardware as a new way for customers to inspect parts on manufacturing lines, ensure that safety protocols are being followed, or analyze traffic in retail […]

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Amazon Brings More Machine Learning to the Contact Center – eWeek

December 1, 2020

It’s fair to say the contact center market was one that basically stood still for decades. There were a handful of vendors that offered on-premises solutions that met the needs of most customers. But then along came the cloud, it introduced a number of new companies, and innovation exploded. One of the benefits that SaaS […]

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Organizations plan to use AI and ML to tackle unknown attacks faster

December 1, 2020

Wipro published a report which provides fresh insights on how AI will be leveraged as part of defender stratagems as more organizations lock horns with sophisticated cyberattacks and become more resilient. Organizations need to tackle unknown attacks There has been an increase in R&D with 49% of the worldwide cybersecurity related patents filed in the […]

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Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning – What Do They Mean?

December 1, 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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Amazon debuts Trainium, a custom chip for machine learning training in the cloud – VentureBeat

December 1, 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 Amazon today debuted AWS Trainium, a chip custom-designed to deliver what the company describes as cost-effective machine learning model training in the cloud. It comes ahead of […]

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Healthcare Artificial Intelligence Requires Data Access, Standards – HealthITAnalytics.com

December 1, 2020

By Jessica Kent December 01, 2020 – Data access and industry standards may help leaders eliminate potential bias in healthcare artificial intelligence tools, as well as improve implementation of the technology, according to a report from the US Government Accountability Office (GAO). GAO noted that artificial intelligence has many possible uses in healthcare, in both the […]

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Artificial intelligence solves 50-year-old science problem – WION

December 1, 2020

For about 50 years, researchers have strived to predict how proteins achieve their three-dimensional structure, and it’s not an easy problem to solve. Google’s Deepmind claims to have created an artificially intelligent program called “AlphaFold” that is able to solve those problems in a matter of days. The latest version of DeepMind’s AlphaFold, a deep-learning […]

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