Day: May 4, 2021

The benefits of ‘shallow’ artificial intelligence – Fortune

May 4, 2021

The benefits of ‘shallow’ artificial intelligence | Fortune You need to enable JavaScript to view this site. Source: https://fortune.com/2021/05/04/the-benefits-of-shallow-artificial-intelligence/

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Artificial intelligence to monitor water quality more effectively – Science Daily

May 4, 2021

Artificial intelligence that enhances remote monitoring of water bodies — highlighting quality shifts due to climate change or pollution — has been developed by researchers at the University of Stirling. A new algorithm — known as the ‘meta-learning’ method — analyses data directly from satellite sensors, making it easier for coastal zone, environmental and industry […]

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Artificial Intelligence Models For Sale, Another Step In The Spread Of AI Accessibility – Forbes

May 4, 2021

Artificial Intelligence Sergey Tarasov – stock.adobe.com A regular message in this column is that artificial intelligence (AI) won’t spread widely until it’s easier to use than the requirement to have programmers who can work at the model level. That challenge won’t be solved instantly, and it’s slowly changing. While technical knowledge is still too often […]

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insideHPC Guide to How Expert Design Engineering and a Building Block Approach Can Give You a Perfectly Tailored AI, ML or HPC Environment – Part 2

May 4, 2021

In this insideHPC technology guide, “How Expert Design Engineering and a Building Block Approach Can Give You a Perfectly Tailored AI, ML or HPC Environment,”we will present things to consider when building a customized supercomputer-in-a-box system with the help of experts from Silicon Mechanics. When considering a large complex system, such as a high-performance computing […]

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Fighting algorithmic bias in artificial intelligence

May 4, 2021

Taken from the May 2021 issue of Physics World. Members of the Institute of Physics can enjoy the full issue via the Physics World app. Physicists are increasingly developing artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques to advance our understanding of the physical world but there is a rising concern about the bias in such systems […]

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Artificial intelligence: towards better, smarter and fairer physics – Physics World – physicsworld.com

May 4, 2021

The May 2021 issue of Physics World shows how physicists aren’t just using AI for research but also trying to tackle some of its inherent human biases Physics World is a special issue on AI and physics.”>Physics World is a special issue on AI and physics.” alt=”Physics World May 2021 cover”>Physics World is a special […]

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The hidden work created by artificial intelligence programs – MIT Sloan News

May 4, 2021

open share links close share links Artificial intelligence is often framed in terms of headline-grabbing technology and dazzling promise. But some of the workers who enable these programs — the people who do things like code data, flag pictures, or work to integrate the programs into the workplace — are often overlooked or undervalued. “This is a […]

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Top 5 Tips for Adopting Enterprise Machine Learning – IndustryWeek

May 4, 2021

When you first got your business off the ground, you may or may not have paid much attention to the technologies that would be available to you in the years to come—like machine learning. Machine learning was the stuff of science fiction just decades ago; now it’s practically everywhere. So, what is machine learning? Simply […]

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Reconstructing the Galactic merger history with machine learning – Astrobites

May 4, 2021

Title: Kraken reveals itself – the merger history of the Milky Way reconstructed with the E-MOSAICS simulations Authors: J. M. Diederik Kruijssen, Joel L. Pfeffer, Mélanie Chevance, Ana Bonaca, Sebastian Trujillo-Gomez, Nate Bastian, Marta Reina-Campos, Robert A. Crain, and Meghan E. Hughes First Author’s Institution: Astronomisches Rechen-Institut, Zentrum fur Astronomie der Universitat Heidelberg Status: Published […]

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How Transport for NSW is tapping machine learning – ComputerWeekly.com

May 4, 2021

At the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, Australian transport agency Transport for New South Wales (NSW) had to restore public confidence in the state’s transportation network and curb the spread of the disease. One of the ways it did that was to analyse the travel history recorded by Opal transit cards – with […]

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