Month: July 2021

Why Artificial Intelligence isn’t intelligent – Livemint

July 31, 2021

“In a certain sense I think that artificial intelligence is a bad name for what it is we’re doing here,” says Kevin Scott, chief technology officer of Microsoft. “As soon as you utter the words ‘artificial intelligence’ to an intelligent human being, they start making associations about their own intelligence, about what’s easy and hard […]

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What the evolution of AI/ML means for government IT

July 31, 2021

INDUSTRY INSIGHT What the evolution of AI/ML means for government IT By Aaron Kilinski Jul 30, 2021 As recently as five years ago using artificial intelligence and machine learning to develop predictive algorithms was prohibitively expensive. Government agencies needed to provision large clusters of servers, implement Hadoop and data lakes and employ hundreds of data […]

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How To Leverage Artificial Intelligence And Machine Learning During The Pandemic

July 31, 2021

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have simplified the process of assimilating, processing, and analyzing huge amounts of data [Image source: analyticsindiamag.com] Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) give businesses a competitive edge and also give them the one thing humans cannot – scalability. But today, they are helping COVID-19 researchers and organizations to navigate […]

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Why Artificial Intelligence Isn’t Intelligent – The Wall Street Journal

July 30, 2021

A funny thing happens among engineers and researchers who build artificial intelligence once they attain a deep level of expertise in their field. Some of them—especially those who understand what actual, biological intelligences are capable of—conclude that there’s nothing “intelligent” about AI at all. “In a certain sense I think that artificial intelligence is a […]

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Top Machine Learning Online Courses Exclusively for You in 2021 – Analytics Insight

July 30, 2021

Analytics Insight lists the top machine learning online courses for you in 2021 AI and machine learning models are thriving in the global tech market with their smart capabilities for a diverse range of industries. The educational industry has started harnessing AI and machine learning models as well as providing online courses with certificates. There […]

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What the evolution of AI/ML means for government IT – GCN.com

July 30, 2021

INDUSTRY INSIGHT What the evolution of AI/ML means for government IT By Aaron Kilinski Jul 30, 2021 As recently as five years ago using artificial intelligence and machine learning to develop predictive algorithms was prohibitively expensive. Government agencies needed to provision large clusters of servers, implement Hadoop and data lakes and employ hundreds of data […]

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Redis explains why data architectures ‘crumbles’ at AI/ML model inferencing

July 30, 2021

Rolling out Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) is tough. It’s tough because it’s hard to get these projects to production and ultimately deliver the desired results. What’s tougher is that we need more AI/ML to be applied inside modernised IT stacks. Redis Labs has commissioned a study to look for more insight into […]

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What is AI? Here’s everything you need to know about artificial intelligence

July 30, 2021

Artificial intelligence AI deep learning computer program technology also machine intelligence, MI is intelligence exhibited by machines.” data-id=”60″ data-m=”{“i”:60,”p”:59,”n”:”openModal”,”t”:”articleImages”,”o”:1}”> © Getty Images/iStockphoto Artificial intelligence AI deep learning computer program technology also machine intelligence, MI is intelligence exhibited by machines. What is artificial intelligence (AI)? It depends who you ask. Back in the 1950s, the fathers […]

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Opinion | If You Don’t Trust A.I. Yet, You’re Not Wrong – The New York Times

July 30, 2021

AdvertisementContinue reading the main story Opinion Supported byContinue reading the main story Guest Essay If You Don’t Trust A.I. Yet, You’re Not Wrong July 30, 2021 Credit…Illustration by Nicholas Konrad/The New York Times; photograph by Hamster3d/Getty Images Frank Pasquale and Mr. Pasquale and Mr. Malgieri are law professors. Mr. Pasquale is the author of “New […]

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8 Helpful Everyday Examples of Artificial Intelligence – Analytics Insight

July 30, 2021

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is a technology that feels like it came out of a comic book. What we once considered to be the future, is here now. AI as we know it today has footprints that date back to the classic philosophers, who attempted to explain human thinking as a symbolic system. However, the term […]

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