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AI Helping Machines to Get Better at Understanding Emotions

Two thousand seventeen certainly was an emotional year for mankind. While homo sapiens continue to yell at Alexa and Siri, the actuality of people’s willingness to pursue virtual relationships over human ones is startling. In...

Gartner at AI World: AI Application Development Is Stuck in 1958

AI World 2017 Boston — If we compare the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the enterprise to the history of computer innovation, we're running about 60 years behind. Tom Austin, vice president and fellow at...

MIT Sloan Management Video: AI Presents Business Opportunities and Challenges

A shortage of talent and data-management issues loom large for businesses seeking to explore AI adoption. (Watch the related MIT Sloan Management Review/AI World video.) Organizations that struggle to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) solutions into their business...

What AI Trends Marketers Should Look for at AI World

AI Trends Marketers Should Look for at AI World AI is coming to Boston December 11-13. If you’re only planning to send your engineers, you should probably think again. AI tools are making huge strides in...

From 2017 AI World: Real-Time IIoT in Action at Smart Community Center; AI driving...

A smart building in Kawasaki, Japan called the Smart Community Center, has 35,000 sensor devices in it, possibly the premiere example today of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in action. Announced in later...

AI World 2017: A Cross-Section of AI Marketplace – Part 2

AI World 2017 a Cross-Section of AI Marketplace Exhibitors at the AI World Conference & Expo happening Dec. 11-13 in Boston represent a cross-section of the emerging AI marketplace, companies seeking growth and development by...

Thoughts on AI and Security from Bruce Schneier at AI World

Bruce Schneier is scary smart. The things he talks about – AI weaponization, remote hacking of commercial airliners and self-driving cars, malicious alteration of medical records – are scarier. The author of 13 books, including the cleverly...




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