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The Path to Higher Performance with Scalable Machine Learning

In an earlier post I explored the value of using scalable machine learning to extract value from huge amounts of data. In this post,...

Google Launches AI, Machine Learning Research Center

With Google CEO Sundar Pichai sharply focused on AI, machine learning and their potentials, the search giant is opening a dedicated machine learning research...

Facebook’s Formula For Becoming The King of AI

Facebook is known for a variety of mantras embedded in its culture, often spelled out on signs at its offices or recited by CEO...

Facebook’s new DeepText AI categorizes everything you write

If Facebook knows what your status update is about, it can show it to people who care about that topic. If it understands the...

AI in Retail: What’s the Plan?

Let’s check in with who’s on the AI (artificial intelligence) train. Apple kicked things off this year, announcing back in January that it had purchased...

Clarifying the uses of AI in the enterprise

Artificial intelligence. It’s dominating headlines with the promise of self-driving cars and virtual assistants becoming more real every day. But despite all the talk...

Qualcomm reveals deep learning SDK for devices powered by Snapdragon 820...

Aware that its future in mobile SoCs and baseband silicon will always be threatened by the race to the bottom and the rise of...

Image recognition is about to transform business

At Facebook’s recent annual developer conference, Marc Zuckerberg outlined the social network’s artificial intelligence (AI) plans to “build systems that are better than people...

Dmitry Grishin Doubles Down on Robotics With New $100 Million Fund

Nearly four years ago, Dmitry Grishin launched a US $25 million fund to invest exclusively in consumer robots. Grishin, the co-founder, chairman, and CEO of...

Microsoft exec apologizes for Tay chatbot’s racist tweets

Peter Lee, the corporate vice president of Microsoft Research, Microsoft’s research and development wing, today apologized for the behavior of Tay, the artificial intelligence-powered chatbot...