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Amazon Applies Its AI Tools to Cyber Security

Amazon.com, Inc. has been making quite a push into the field of artificial intelligence (AI). You are no doubt familiar with the most public...

Three Major Trends Shaping the Future of Machine Learning

The topics of machine learning and, particularly, deep learning are clearly among the hottest topics covered by many tech publications. While the amount of...

Making AI Sense of Road Signs

By Dr. Lance B. Eliot is the AI Insider for AI Trends and contributes regularly. Road signs. Can’t live with them, can’t live without them....

AI rivals dermatologists at spotting early signs of skin cancer

Deep learning is taking on dermatology. An algorithm trained in image recognition has matched dermatologists in its ability to identify certain types of skin...

Google Develops Custom Security Chip for Servers

Google creates a vacuum of excitement wherever it goes. Since last year, when the company said that it had devised a custom chip for...

To make DIY deep learning less painful, Deepgram open sources Kur

Deepgram, a YC backed startup using machine learning to analyze audio data for businesses, is open sourcing an internal deep learning tool called Kur. The release...

Microsoft’s CEO: AI should help people, not replace them

Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella has spoken out on how artificial intelligence should not be seen as a way of replacing humans. The leader made...

Tomorrow’s Criminal Justice: relying more on big data crunching

Despite advances in forensic techniques, criminal investigations still rely on age-old tools such as eyewitness testimony, which can be biased and unreliable. But what...

Artificial-intelligence-as-a-service available from CrowdAI

Computers aren’t blind, but they can’t see. They can detect objects, but must be trained to understand what those objects are. That takes two...

For teaching voice recognition, Microsoft opens Ms Marco dataset

Microsoft is trying to help create machines that can have conversations by releasing a new set of data for free. The data, called the Microsoft...