Day: February 3, 2021

The Garrison Platoon Of Books: How To Read 43 Machine Learning Books in a Year – Analytics India Magazine

February 3, 2021

The Garrison (armies of militia) of libraries worldwide offer millions of books, such as the Library of Congress in D.C. has over 162 million books, and the New York Public library carries around 53 million books. So many books, so little time in a human’s life.  A number of people have asked me through several […]

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Bingo and AI: The changing relation between entertainment and artificial intelligence – Analytics Insight

February 3, 2021

Bingo and AI The changing relation between entertainment and artificial intelligence Artificial Intelligence has been on the tech agenda for more than two decades now, although its impact on our day-to-day lives is perhaps yet to be fully realized. Perceptions of AI’s innovation are broad and have altered over time. For many, AI is an […]

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Thanks to machine learning, the future of catalyst research is now – Phys.org

February 3, 2021

300 quaternary catalysts are randomly sampled from a large material space, where their performance in relation to OCM is systematically evaluated by high-throughput experimentation, followed by machine learning, to identify a bias-free dataset in order to learn the underlying patterns in catalyst performance which are eventually used for further catalyst discoveries. Credit: JAIST To date, […]

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UK slow in AI maturity race

February 3, 2021

The UK appears to be losing ground in the artificial intelligence (AI) race, a new study has concluded. The results in Rackspace Technology’s How are organizations succeeding at AI and machine learning? report, based on the responses of 1,870 IT decision makers, reported that few UK organisations have deployed AI or machine learning (ML). The […]

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Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Top Naval Intelligence Technology Needs, says director

February 3, 2021

News Highlights: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning Top Naval Intelligence Technology Needs, says director Sailors stand guard in the sonar room of the Los Angeles class submarine USS Chicago (SSN 721) in support of Valiant Shield 2020. Valiant Shield is a biannual field training in the US with a focus on joint training in a blue […]

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Porsche: Personalised recommendations using artificial intelligence – Automotive World

February 3, 2021

Intelligent support in real time: Porsche is equipping its Car Configurator with a new advisory function that draws on artificial intelligence. A new function has been added to the Porsche Car Configurator, to offer individuals specially tailored suggestions as to how they might configure their vehicle. ‘Recommendation Engine’ uses artificial intelligence to determine unique and […]

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Stars in Alignment for Artificial Intelligence in Bioprocessing – Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News

February 3, 2021

Stars in Alignment for Artificial Intelligence in Bioprocessing genprowebdirectory Scroll Up MORE CONTENT We use cookies to give you a better experience on genengnews.com. By continuing to use our site, you are agreeing to the use of cookies as set in our privacy policy.Got it! Source: https://www.genengnews.com/insights/stars-in-alignment-for-artificial-intelligence-in-bioprocessing/

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Kite Releases Team Server, an Enterprise Grade Self-Hosted Machine Learning Engine That Provides Personalized Code Completion at Scale – PRNewswire

February 3, 2021

“As a startup that is growing its team of developers, it is paramount that we maximize efficiency when it comes to code completion,” said Aasim Sani, Co-Founder and COO at Orai. “Once our engineering team started using Kite we became much more productive and our time to market on product development has increased tremendously. Kite […]

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Exposing Hidden Tumors With Near-Infrared Imaging and Machine Learning Methods – Technology Networks

February 3, 2021

Tumors can be damaging to surrounding blood vessels and tissues even if they’re benign. If they’re malignant, they’re aggressive and sneaky, and often irrevocably damaging. In the latter case, early detection is key to treatment and recovery. But such detection can sometimes require advanced imaging technology, beyond what is available commercially today. For instance, some […]

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Artificial Intelligence And Education In A New Direction – BW Businessworld

February 3, 2021

Since technology is growing day by day, AI can really make the learning experience more productive. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is impacting our lives in many ways. We seem to be going into a fascinating world of machines and robots, like some science fiction movie. And what do these machines do? They have been programmed to […]

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