Day: December 18, 2020

‘Poverty line’ concept debunked by new machine learning model – Newswise

December 18, 2020

Newswise — Mathematicians have used machine learning to develop a new model for measuring poverty in different countries that junks old notions of a fixed ‘poverty line’. The study by academics at Aston University, published in the journal Nature Communications, suggests mainstream thinking around poverty is outdated because it places too much emphasis on subjective notions […]

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Artificial Intelligence that can run a simulation faithful to physical laws: Replicating energy conservation and dissipation using digital analysis – Science Daily

December 18, 2020

A research group led by Associate Professor YAGUCHI Takaharu (Graduate School of System Informatics) and Associate Professor MATSUBARA Takashi (Graduate School of Engineering Science, Osaka University) have succeeded in developing technology to simulate phenomena for which the detailed mechanism or formula are unexplained. They did this by using artificial intelligence (AI) to create a model, […]

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AI, ML can bolster cybersecurity, and vice versa, professor says

December 18, 2020

Howard University professor talks about his research in emerging technologies. More about cybersecurity TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Dr. Danda Rawat, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Howard University, about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and how they can help cybersecurity. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. Karen Roby: […]

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Artificial intelligence classifies supernova explosions with unprecedented accuracy

December 18, 2020

Artificial intelligence is classifying real supernova explosions without the traditional use of spectra, thanks to a team of astronomers at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian. The complete data sets and resulting classifications are publicly available for open use. By training a machine learning model to categorize supernovae based on their visible characteristics, […]

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Artificial intelligence stands at odds with the goals of cutting greenhouse emissions. Here’s why – Scroll.in

December 18, 2020

Why artificial intelligence stands at odds with the goals of cutting greenhouse emissions artificial intelligence Training an AI model generates as much carbon emissions as it takes to build and drive five cars over their lifetimes. Representational image. | Yves Herman/ Reuters An hour ago Kate Saenko, The Conversation Source: https://scroll.in/article/981336/artificial-intelligence-stands-at-odds-with-the-goals-of-cutting-greenhouse-emissions-heres-why

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Artificial Intelligence and marketing, the new engine of business – Entrepreneur

December 18, 2020

December 18, 2020 6 min read This article was translated from our Spanish edition using AI technologies. Errors may exist due to this process. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In recent months, ecommerce penetration in Mexico has been 39%, with a growth projection of 55% by the end of the year. As […]

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How Can Machine Learning Predict The Outcome of a Sporting Event? – Analytics Insight

December 18, 2020

Machine learning (ML) is a brilliant technique showing promising results in any realm having something to do with classification and prediction. One particular area that is in great need of accuracy is sporting event prediction. As ever-larger sums flow through the betting arena, club owners and managers alike look for classification models to better understand […]

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Enhancing Machine-Learning Capabilities In Oil And Gas Production – Texas A&M University Today

December 18, 2020

Machine-learning processes are invaluable at mining data for patterns in oil and gas production, but are generally limited in interpreting the information for decision-making needs.Getty Images Both a machine-learning algorithm and an engineer can predict if a bridge is going to collapse when they are given data that shows a failure might happen. Engineers can […]

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AI, ML can bolster cybersecurity, and vice versa, professor says – TechRepublic

December 18, 2020

Howard University professor talks about his research in emerging technologies. More about cybersecurity TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Dr. Danda Rawat, professor of electrical engineering and computer science at Howard University, about artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and how they can help cybersecurity. The following is an edited transcript of their conversation. Karen Roby: […]

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Forecast 2021: Artificial Intelligence during COVID and beyond – ZDNet

December 18, 2020

Artificial intelligence has been a sector to watch during the pandemic. The enterprise has been seeking new routes to efficiency, organizations with an abundance of furloughed or fired workers have bandwidth crunches, and some companies may have used the hardships of the past year to clean house with the intent of hiring fresh using new […]

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