Day: December 16, 2020

In a first, Air Force uses AI on military jet – Washington Post

December 16, 2020

“This is the first time this has ever happened,” said Assistant Air Force Secretary Will Roper. Former Google chief executive Eric Schmidt, who previously headed the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Board, described Tuesday’s flight test as “the first time, to my knowledge, that you have a military system integrating AI, probably in any military.” The AI […]

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Artificial intelligence co-pilots US military aircraft for the first time – CNN

December 16, 2020

Mastering artificial intelligence or “AI” is increasingly seen as critical to the future of warfare and Air Force officials said Tuesday’s training flight represented a major milestone. “The Air Force flew artificial intelligence as a working aircrew member onboard a military aircraft for the first time, December 15,” the Air Force said in a statement, […]

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What IT Leaders Expect from AI, ML in 2021

December 16, 2020

At the end of each year, eWEEK posts observations from IT thought leaders about what they think we should all expect in the coming year—new products, innovative services, trends to look for, and so on. In this article, we’re focusing on key trends involving AI, machine learning and deep learning IT software and services. Here […]

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How Artificial Intelligence and Robots are Changing the World? Use cases of AI and Robotics

December 16, 2020

How Artificial Intelligence and Robots are Changing the World? Use cases of AI and Robotics December 16, 2020 0 comments Artificial intelligence and robotics are bringing drastic changes in the technological fields. Things we only imagined twenty years back have now become a reality. From automated systems at a manufacturing plant to self-serving robots in […]

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In a first, Air Force uses artificial intelligence aboard military jet – Washington Post

December 16, 2020

“This is the first time this has ever happened,” said Assistant Air Force Secretary Will Roper. Former Google chief executive Eric Schmidt, who previously headed the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Board, described Tuesday’s flight test as “the first time, to my knowledge, that you have a military system integrating AI, probably in any military.” The AI […]

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This month’s hottest IPO isn’t DoorDash or Airbnb — it’s artificial-intelligence company C3.ai – MarketWatch

December 16, 2020

The most recent flurry of IPOs included two of this year’s most anticipated: DoorDash DASH, -0.69% and Airbnb ABNB, -4.00%. The companies certainly didn’t disappoint coming out the gate, especially if you were an early investor, as DoorDash and Airbnb soared 85% and 112%, respectively, on their opening day of trading. Pundits and analysts were […]

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How upskilling in AI & Machine Learning can propel your career forward like never before – Times of India

December 16, 2020

This has been a year of rediscovering our limits – or rather, the lack of them. The pandemic, while confining us to our homes has also opened up new possibilities, accelerating digital infrastructure and accommodating the demands of this changing economy. Much of these developments have been possible because of technologies like AIML, data science […]

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What IT Leaders Expect from AI, ML in 2021

December 16, 2020

At the end of each year, eWEEK posts observations from IT thought leaders about what they think we should all expect in the coming year—new products, innovative services, trends to look for, and so on. In this article, we’re focusing on key trends involving AI, machine learning and deep learning IT software and services. Here […]

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What is machine learning? Here’s what you need to know about the branch of artificial intelligence and its common applications

December 16, 2020

© Axel Heimken/dpa/Getty Images Machine learning is a common tool in robotics technology. Axel Heimken/dpa/Getty Images Machine learning allows a computer to teach itself how to solve problems by analyzing large sets of data. Human programmers don’t teach machine learning systems how to solve problems, nor do they generally understand the algorithm that a computer […]

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