Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Caveats of Open Source Self-Driving Cars

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot, the AI Insider for AI Trends and a regular contributor Suppose that someone gave away their software for free. Are...

How It’s Made: Continuous Delivery Software Development Pipelines

Software delivery was once specific to the IT industry. Now, Continuous Delivery pipelines are used around world from e-commerce to airline software. Building a software delivery pipeline...

Gobot Releases Robotics IoT Development Framework v1.0

Gobot, the open source robotics and Internet of Things (IoT) framework, has reached a major milestone with the recent release of version 1.0. Now...

Worrying More About the Lack of Diversity in AI than an AI Apocalypse

As some would have it, robots are poised to take over the world in about 3 ... 2 ... 1 ... But one machine-learning expert...

IoT Attracts 6.2 Million Developers Worldwide

The Internet of Things is gaining muscle as developers flock to participate in its potential. According to research firm Evans Data, there are 6.2 million...

Is the road to machine learning paved with API providers?

To take advantage of machine learning, most companies will probably turn to third-party APIs rather than do the work themselves When it comes to machine...

China’s Baidu Releases Its AI Code

Google and Facebook aren’t the only ones vying to be the standard bearer for the hottest AI technique around. China’s leading Internet search company,...

Turns out machine learning is a champ at fixing buggy code

Here's yet another new application of machine learning:  MIT has developed a system for fixing errors in bug-riddled code. The new machine-learning system developed by...

Google taps Movidius to bring machine learning to the handset

Movidius, a vision processing partner in Google’s Project Tango modular handset platform, is expanding its relationship with the search giant into artificial intelligence, aiming...

Facebook Acquires Wit.ai To Help Its Developers With Speech Recognition And Voice Interfaces

Facebook today acquired Wit.ai, a Y Combinator startup founded 18 months ago to create an API for building voice-activated interfaces. Wit.ai already has 6,000...






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