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The Impact Of Algorithmic-Enhanced Care

Algorithms are changing clinical care, says Sandy Aronson, Executive Director of IT, Partners HealthCare Personalized Medicine. True AI—neural networks—will play a role, but less...

Proceed with Caution on AI for Cybersecurity

By Martin Giles, MIT Technology Review When I walked around the exhibition floor at this week’s massive Black Hat cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas, I...

Pay with your face at this KFC in Hangzhou, China

Forget cash, credit cards or a smartphone -- customers can now settle the bill with their face thanks to new technology unveiled on Friday. Ant...

The evolution of machine learning: traditional tools don’t work; big companies...

Major tech companies have actively reoriented themselves around AI and machine learning: Google is now “AI-first,” Uber has ML running through its veins, and internal AI...

Artificial Neural Network Uses AI to Find Speeding Stars

If you’ve ever tried to look for a needle in the proverbial haystack, you might have wished for a computer that could do it...

Execs should know: Deep Learning is a step beyond Machine Learning,...

From Uber using past trips to predict its customers’ future habits to Facebook automatically tagging a picture you upload of your family, data is...

Among ways big data can go wrong: Garbage in, garbage out

Big data is enjoying major popularity at the moment, with algorithms and machine learning at the core of almost every business application. This cutting...

IBM and Raytheon BBN Scientists Demonstrate Quantum Computer Performance Advantage

Scientists from IBM Research and Raytheon BBN have demonstrated one of the first proven examples of a quantum computer’s advantage over a classical computer....

This beekeeper is rescuing bees with deep learning and an iPhone

By now just about everyone has seen the video of Makoto Koike’s deep learning-powered cucumber sorter. Hobbyists around the world are hacking solutions to their...

Machine Learning and Data Science: Introduction

By Dr. Donald Kinghorn, Research and Development, Puget Systems This is the first post in a series that I have wanted to do for some...