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Intel and Qualcomm vye to define the network edge for AI...

Artificial intelligence (AI) is nothing new, but it is having its latest day in the sun because, at last, there is sufficient affordable compute...

You Are Doing Analytics Wrong: Here Is Why

Businesses across industries want to compete on insights, and yet many of them aren't getting the ROI they expect. Somewhere between raw data and...

The Secret to AI Could be Little-Known Transfer Learning

Consumers have spoken, artificial intelligence is a profitable industry. From Amazon to Google to Apple, major tech companies have made inroads, crafting intelligent software...

Deeplearning.ai is Andrew Ng’s New Deep Learning Class on Coursera

When Andrew Ng announced Deeplearning.ai back in June, it was hard to know exactly what the AI frontiersman was up to. In his time since departing as Baidu’s chief...

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...

Cybersecurity strategies being shaken up globally as new European regulation looms

The security landscape has evolved at a rapid rate with global attacks like WannaCry and Petya hitting global headlines within weeks of each other....

Google’s TensorFlow Bet May Be Starting To Pay Off

TensorFlow is Google’s open source software library that makes it easier for coders and developers to design, build, train and execute neural networks and...

From not working to neural networking: How AI has become the...

HOW HAS ARTIFICIAL intelligence, associated with hubris and disappointment since its earliest days, suddenly become the hottest field in technology? The term was coined...

Amazon and Sears, Tales of Two Retailers

My how time flies. In my 2012 post I held some glimmer of hope that Sears would leverage analytics and refocus its resources as...