Wednesday, August 12, 2020

What do ‘neural network,’ ‘machine learning,’ and ‘deep learning’ actually mean?

Artificial intelligence seems to have become ubiquitous in the technology industry. AIs, we’re told, are replying to our emails on Gmail, learning how to...

Revolutionizing your market with emerging technologies

As an electrical engineering student at the University of Illinois, I had little money. I lived on ramen noodles freshman year and perpetually hunted...

Socio-Behavioral Conversational Computing for AI Self-Driving Cars

By Dr. Lance Eliot, the AI Trends Insider With the advent of ride sharing, passengers are increasingly interacting with the hired or rented driver of...

Executive Interview: Kesha Williams of Chick-fil-A

Incorporating AI, Innovation To Meet Business Objectives, With Help from Amazon AWS Kesha Williams is a software engineering manager in the Information Technology department at...

Nvidia to Suspend Self-driving Tests Globally

Nvidia is temporarily stopping testing of its autonomous vehicle platform in response to last week’s fatal collision of a self-driving Uber car with...

Interview with JP Abello of Nielsen: A look into the Internet of Things &...

Interview with JP Abello of Nielsen – A look into the Internet of Things & AI: An opportunity to fix consumer advertising Jean-Pierre Abello leads global...

Always On Real-Time Access » CES 2016 roundup

Chetan Sharma recently wrote an insightful CES 2016 wrap-up, much of which focused on the next generation of intelligent automation. The march towards Autonomous Intelligence:...

How Did Consciousness Evolve?

Ever since Charles Darwin published "On the Origin of Species" in 1859, evolution has been the grand unifying theory of biology. Yet one of our...

The U.S. Government Launches a $100-Million “Apollo Project of the Brain”

Three decades ago, the U.S. government launched the Human Genome Project, a 13-year endeavor to sequence and map all the genes of the human...

The Doomsday Invention

Raffi Khatchadourian on Nick Bostrom, an Oxford philosopher who asks whether inventing artificial intelligence will bring us utopia or destruction. Last year, a curious nonfiction...




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