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Hitting the Books: How Southeast Asia’s largest bank uses AI to fight financial fraud

September 25, 2022

Yes, robots are coming to take our jobs. That’s a good thing, we should be happy they are because those jobs they’re taking kinda suck. Do you really want to go back to the days of manually monitoring, flagging and investigating the world’s daily bank transfers in search of financial fraud and money laundering schemes? […]

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Will AI inspire a new M&M? How artificial intelligence is reshaping Mars

September 25, 2022

Could AI text-to-image generators like DALL-E inspire new designs for iconic candies like M&Ms or Skittles?  As a candy-packed Halloween approaches, it seemed like an obvious question to ask the head of AI and machine learning at Mars Inc. — a company which over the past century has overseen a slew of popular confectionery brands […]

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To alleviate DevOps skills issues, we need more AI skills, ironically

September 25, 2022

Getty Images Artificial intelligence is reportedly boosting intelligence within businesses and is also doing the same for information technology shops. For example, AIOps (artificial intelligence for IT operations) applies AI and machine learning to data streaming from IT processes, sifting through the noise to detect, spotlight, and head off problems.  AI and machine learning are […]

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Will AI inspire a new M&M? How artificial intelligence is reshaping Mars

September 25, 2022

Could AI text-to-image generators like DALL-E inspire new designs for iconic candies like M&Ms or Skittles?  As a candy-packed Halloween approaches, it seemed like an obvious question to ask the head of AI and machine learning at Mars Inc. — a company which over the past century has overseen a slew of popular confectionery brands […]

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To alleviate DevOps skills issues, we need more AI skills, ironically

September 24, 2022

Getty Images Artificial intelligence is reportedly boosting intelligence within businesses and is also doing the same for information technology shops. For example, AIOps (artificial intelligence for IT operations) applies AI and machine learning to data streaming from IT processes, sifting through the noise to detect, spotlight, and head off problems.  AI and machine learning are […]

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Will AI inspire a new M&M? How artificial intelligence is reshaping Mars

September 24, 2022

Could AI text-to-image generators like DALL-E inspire new designs for iconic candies like M&Ms or Skittles?  As a candy-packed Halloween approaches, it seemed like an obvious question to ask the head of AI and machine learning at Mars Inc. — a company which over the past century has overseen a slew of popular confectionery brands […]

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Innovation Calls for Upskilling: Preparing the Workforce for Ethical AI and ML

September 24, 2022

As the timelines for digital transformation initiatives accelerate, the promise of artificial intelligence and machine learning is top of mind across the public sector. From increased flexibility, to automation, efficiency and cost savings, agencies are looking to these technologies to help transform their organizations. In fact, Bloomberg Government analysis prior to fiscal year 2021 anticipated […]

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MIT Report Validates Impact Of Deep Learning For Cybersecurity

September 24, 2022

A new report from MIT and Deep Instinct seeks to dispel confusion in the cybersecurity market … [+] between artificial intelligence, machine learning, and deep learning.getty There are a lot of buzzwords in the world of cybersecurity marketing. When an emerging concept hits a certain viral tipping point, it seems like suddenly all vendors are […]

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NGA Puts Machine Learning to Work to Speed Mission, Further Research – HS Today – HSToday

September 23, 2022

The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency is well known for analysis of imagery and maps, but text, or written language, is a key part of the process. In a year-long study, members of the NGA workforce reported that text reading and generation occupy up to 80% of their average workflow, whether in conducting research, reviewing documents, tipping […]

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Perfectly imperfect machines: How artificial intelligence algorithms produce biased decisions – The Badger Herald

September 23, 2022

Google, Amazon, schools, the government and many places across the world use some form of artificial intelligence (AI). While the algorithms and data science behind AI become more ubiquitous in society, some researchers are focusing their efforts on making these technologies more equitable for everyone. University of Wisconsin assistant professor of sociology Eunsil Oh is […]

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