Day: April 19, 2021

Move Over Artificial Intelligence, There Is A New AI In Town – Forbes

April 19, 2021

What is Augmented Intelligence and why should you care about it? Augmented Intelligene Canva The AI market is projected to grow to $190Billion by 2025. AI is being used in every industry and is projected to be a core skill for the future. So why is there a new AI? Augmented intelligence refers to the […]

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Artificial Intelligence: Unseating the Inevitability Narrative – Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence

April 19, 2021

Back in 1998, I moderated a discussion at which Ray Kurzweil gave listeners a preview of his then forthcoming book The Age of Spiritual Machines, in which he described how machines were poised to match and then exceed human cognition, a theme he doubled down on in subsequent books (such as The Singularity Is Near and How to Create […]

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Siemens and Google Cloud to Cooperate on AI-based Solutions in Manufacturing

April 19, 2021

Google Cloud and Siemens, an innovation and technology leader in industrial automation and software, today announced a new cooperation to optimize factory processes and improve productivity on the shop floor. Siemens intends to integrate Google Cloud’s leading data cloud and artificial intelligence/machine learning (AI/ML) technologies with its factory automation solutions to help manufacturers innovate for […]

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Statistics versus machine learning: should we all learn artificial intelligence?

April 19, 2021

Click the button below to register18 May 2021, 12pm midday BST Register now Deep learning, big data and artificial intelligence: these are the buzzwords that we now encounter on a daily basis, both in industry and in academia. Traditional degree programs for engineers and scientists include one or two introductory classes in statistics. Should we […]

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machine-learning-based-perception-fpga – Vision Systems Design

April 19, 2021

[embedded content]Hoon Choi, Fellow at Lattice Semiconductor, presented the “Machine-Learning-Based Perception on a Tiny, Low-Power FPGA” tutorial at the September 2020 Embedded Vision Summit. In this tutorial, Choi presents a set of machine-learning-based perception solutions that his company implemented on a tiny (5.4 mm2 package), low-power FPGA. To view the rest of the 2020 Embedded […]

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How Machine Learning Can Enhance Recruitment During COVID-19 and Beyond – insideBIGDATA

April 19, 2021

There’s been no shortage of discussion in recent years about how the jobs of the future will involve professionals working alongside artificial intelligence. But AI isn’t just set to change the nature of jobs; it’s also slated to play an increasingly important role in helping recruiters determine whom to hire in the first place. As […]

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China and Artificial Intelligence – The Diplomat – The Diplomat

April 19, 2021

AdvertisementThe U.S. National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence released its final report recently, listing China as a strategic competitor to the United States in this field. The report describes China as a U.S. peer in many areas and an AI leader in some areas. This new technology allows machines to exhibit characteristics associated with human […]

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The challenges of applied machine learning – TechTalks

April 19, 2021

Welcome to AI book reviews, a series of posts that explore the latest literature on artificial intelligence. Every year, machine learning researchers fascinate us with new discoveries and innovations. There are a dozen artificial intelligence conferences where researchers push the boundaries of science and show how neural networks and deep learning architectures can take on new […]

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U.S. banks deploy artificial intelligence to monitor customers, workers – STLtoday.com

April 19, 2021

{{featured_button_text}} .tnt-restrict-img-10f6b3bb-d47c-570d-bb40-09c89f419646 { max-width: 1050px; } A camera is seen on the exterior of a Chase Bank branch in New York City on April 7, 2021. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo BRENDAN MCDERMID By Paresh Dave and Jeffrey Dastin | Reuters SAN FRANCISCO — Several U.S. banks have started deploying camera software that can analyze customer preferences, monitor […]

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AWS Offers Course on Basics of Machine Learning – InformationWeek

April 19, 2021

A new course offered by AWS offers business leaders a foundational understanding of machine learning and its use cases without the need for a deep understanding of Python and coding. phonlamaiphoto via Adobe Stock For organizations considering machine learning projects, there’s often a big gap between ambition and reality. On one hand, organizations recognize the […]

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