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AMD’s Instinct GPUs for data centers to compete with Intel, Nvidia

AMD has launched into the accelerator card market with the launch of its new Radeon Instinct GPU hardware. It’s a blow to Intel, which...

How retailers are using AI to offer personalized shopping this Christmas

By Rikke Duus , UCL and Mike Cooray , Hult International Business School British consumers are expected to spend £280 ($479) each on gifts over...

Trulia pursues cloud migration, data-driven transformation

Trulia transformed its data stack to accommodate real-time high-volume data collection, and to provide customers with recommendations. Now, to gain greater reliability and elasticity,...

How AI and machine-driven technology shaped marketing in 2016

Marketing seemed to step further into a sci-fi future this year through strides made in artificial intelligence, machine learning and automated interfaces. As a...

AI can help educators teach students how to learn

Artificial intelligence is all around us. It’s in our cars, our homes and our pockets. IBM is teaching Watson to understand, reason and even to learn...

IBM and NVIDIA Team Up on World’s Fastest Deep Learning Enterprise...

 IBM and NVIDIA announced collaboration on a new deep learning tool optimized for the latest IBM and NVIDIA technologies to help train computers to...

Tim Cook talks about Apple’s AI plans

Pixar founder George Lucas may have given the world the word “Droid” before he sold the company to Apple’s Steve Jobs, but Apple CEO Tim Cook makes...

New CMU Research Center to Focus on AI Ethics

Carnegie Mellon University plans to announce on Wednesday that it will create a research center that focuses on the ethics of artificial intelligence. The ethics center,...

Are Bots Ready for Prime Time?

2016 has been quite a ride for the players in AI, NLP and ML technologies. From the famous advent of Microsoft Tay at the end of...

GM is creating “first cognitive mobility platform” with IBM

GM is creating what it’s calling the “first cognitive mobility platform” in partnership with IBM, using the latter company’s Watson learning supercomputer. What that means...