Day: February 15, 2021

Artificial Intelligence And The End Of Work – Forbes

February 15, 2021

Dating back to the Industrial Revolution, people have speculated that machines would render human … [+] work obsolete. Unlike in earlier eras, artificial intelligence will prove this prophecy true. Webnode “When looms weave by themselves, man’s slavery will end.” —Aristotle, 4th century BC Stanford is hosting an event next month named “Intelligence Augmentation: AI Empowering […]

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Royal Society Special Issue: Machine Learning for Weather and Climate Modelling – HPCwire

February 15, 2021

Feb. 15, 2020 — Royal Society Publishing has recently published a special issue of Philosophical Transactions A entitled Machine learning for weather and climate modelling compiled and edited by Matthew Chantry, Hannah Christensen, Peter Dueben and Tim Palmer. The articles can be accessed directly at www.bit.ly/TransA-2194 The recent rise of machine learning begs the question of how these tools […]

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Artificial Intelligence: The Next Revolution in Dating Industry – Analytics Insight

February 15, 2021

Artificial Intelligence: The Next Revolution in Dating Industry Artificial Intelligence Latest News by Monomita Chakraborty February 16, 2021 0 comments Source: https://www.analyticsinsight.net/artificial-intelligence-the-next-revolution-in-dating-industry/

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Who Should Stop Unethical A.I.? – The New Yorker

February 15, 2021

In computer science, the main outlets for peer-reviewed research are not journals but conferences, where accepted papers are presented in the form of talks or posters. In June, 2019, at a large artificial-intelligence conference in Long Beach, California, called Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, I stopped to look at a poster for a project called […]

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A Bird’s Eye-View On Use Of AI & ML In Airlines Industry

February 15, 2021

The advent of many low-cost airlines across the world in the early 2000s fuelled the business transformation of the overall industry, said Rahul Chogle, Head of Data and Analytics at SpiceJet, during his talk at the third edition of MLDS 2021. The keynote speaker started the session by providing a quick overview of the airline […]

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Terminator Salvation? New Artificial Intelligence Program to Accelerate Clean Energy Generation

February 15, 2021

From ‘The Terminator’ and ‘Blade Runner’ to ‘The Matrix’, Hollywood has taught us to be wary of artificial intelligence. But rather than sealing our doom on the big screen, algorithms could be the solution to at least one issue presented by the climate crisis. Researchers at the ARC Centre of Excellence in Exciton Science have […]

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Redefine Intellectual Property With Artificial Intelligence – Intellectual Property – India – Mondaq News Alerts

February 15, 2021

To print this article, all you need is to be registered or login on Mondaq.com. Introduction We have come a long way since 1955 when John McCarthy, winner of the Turing Prize in 1971 defined Artificial Intelligence (AI) as “Making a machine behaves in ways that would be called intelligent if human were so behaving”. […]

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From vision to reality: the rise of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector – Health Europa

February 15, 2021

© iStock-ipopba Paula Bellostas Muguerza, Principal at Kearney, explores the growing significance of Artificial Intelligence in the healthcare sector. It has been a landmark year for Artificial Intelligence. What was once the reserve of science fiction is now becoming an intrinsic part of our everyday lives. From voice-controlled digital assistants in our homes to customer […]

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AI and ML for RAN optimization, automation – RCR Wireless News

February 15, 2021

Adding intelligence to the radio access network is the focal point of AI and ML adoption by telecom operators and their vendors. And given the increases in traffic and complexity brought about by the advent of 5G, alongside the move from proprietary to virtualized/cloud-native network functions, this makes perfect sense.  According to Dell’Oro Group Vice […]

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Will Artificial Intelligence Produce Synthetic Sociopaths? – Forbes

February 15, 2021

Some day soon, computers may convincingly mimic human empathy. Will this lead to ethical artificial intelligence, or synthetic sociopathy? Ethical artificial intelligence, or synthetic sociopathy getty A Turing Test for Ethical Artificial Intelligence (”AI”) Technologists and ethicists have started to explore the form and meaning of a Turing Test for Ethical AI. The Original Imitation […]

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