Wednesday, July 15, 2020

AI-based typing biometrics might be authentication’s next big thing

Identifying or authenticating people based on how they type is not a new idea, but thanks to advances in artificial intelligence it can now be done with a very high level of accuracy, making...

Future Factories: How AI Enables Smart Manufacturing

Today’s consumers are pickier than ever. They want customized, personalized, and unique products over standardized ones and prefer local, smaller producers over large-scale global manufacturers. At the same time, they also expect locally-produced products...

Here’s what each state Googled more than any other in 2016

The United States did a lot of Googling this year. Across the nation, people researched historical events, political developments, celebrity deaths, and a few pop culture moments, but in California, one of our most popular...

Author: Machine learning adds punch to predictive analytics

Predictive analytics has become an increasingly important tool for businesses as they look to make better use of all the data they're gathering. Machine learning can provide even more punch to analytics, giving enterprises...

Security scientists can learn from data scientists to improve cybersecurity

Security remains one of the top unresolved challenges for businesses. Billions of dollars have been spent on security technology over the last 30 years, yet hackers seem to be more successful than ever. Every...

India’s Infosys will hire 10,000 U.S. workers, offer AI training

India's Infosys (INFY) has announced it will hire 10,000 Americans over the next two years, with the jobs going to "experienced technology professionals and recent graduates from major universities, and local and community colleges,"...

Despite Concerns, AI Making Inroads in Human Resources

It’s no longer shocking that human resources departments use artificial intelligence. In fact, according to Littler's 2018 Annual Employer Survey, 49 percent said they use AI and advanced data analytics for recruiting and hiring. They...

How Carnegie Mellon University can Help you Control your Privacy

With the advent of the internet age, controlling your personal data rapidly became impractical without cutting both internet and mobile cords. As internet of things (IoT) and big data technologies proliferate, the ways your...

Big Data is transforming epidemics in these five ways

Infectious diseases inflict a tremendous human and economic toll. The Zika virus alone could cost Latin America and the Caribbean up to $18 billion according to the United Nations. When it comes to epidemics, we...

Microsoft Buys SwiftKey, the Latest Deal in AI-Hungry Silicon Valley

Microsoft is buying the company behind SwiftKey, a popular app that uses predictive technology to simplify typing on mobile keyboards. In a blog post Wednesday, Microsoft said SwiftKey’s software keyboard and developer kit is used on more than...




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