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Giving Artificial Intelligence a Little Common Sense

By Mark Barry of Luminoso As we all go about our day using the internet, talking to brands, and interacting online, we don't adhere strictly to...

Voice Assistant for Doctors Coming from Suki, with $20M in Funding

When trying to figure out what to do after an extensive career at Google, Motorola, and Flipkart, Punit Soni decided to spend a lot...

Here Are 4 Predictions for Conversational AI in 2018

As marketers look into 2018, they see that the conversational AI landscape is primed for increased consumer adoption. In fact, in a recent survey, nine out of...

Flood Sensors Wade into Artificial Intelligence Across Iowa

Worried about the possibility of flooding near your home in Iowa? Soon, you can just ask Alexa. The move to merge flood sensor data with...

Technical effort into Apple’s ‘Hey Siri’ needed high machine learning skill

Amidst narratives of machine learning complacency, Apple is coming to terms with the fact that not talking about innovation means innovation never happened. A detailed blog...

Deep Learning: Machines can now recognize objects and translate speech in...

When Ray Kurzweil met with Google CEO Larry Page last July, he wasn’t looking for a job. A respected inventor who’s become a machine-intelligence...

Machine Learning is improving business work processes in 8 ways

Today’s leading organizations are using machine learning–based tools to automate decision processes, and they’re starting to experiment with more-advanced uses of artificial intelligence (AI) for...

Mass adoption in virtual assistants, chatbots seen in 2017

Experimentation with voice-activated assistants and text-triggered chatbots blossomed in 2016, enabling users to order from Taco Bell using Slack’s messaging interface, check the status...

Natural Language Generation is Humanizing Analytics for the Masses

We are witnessing a fascinating change happening in analytics and across all industries. Novel immersive user experiences are just beginning to emerge that leverage...

Microsoft releases version 2.0 of its deep learning toolkit

Microsoft has launched version 2.0 of what is now called the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit. This open-source toolkit, which was previously known as CNTK, is...