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Artificial intelligence, automation and big data are raising fears of widespread layoffs in a $150 billion industry.
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Computers don’t exist in a vacuum. They serve to solve problems, and the type of problems they can solve are influenced by their hardware. Graphics processors are specialized for rendering images; artificial intelligence processors for AI; and quantum computers designed for…what? While the power of quantum computing is impressive, it does not mean that existing …
Bad news for crooks: RAVN’s AI speeds up the document-sifting process - and is more accurate than humans
Artificial intelligence (AI) systems, blending data and advanced algorithms to mimic the cognitive functions of the human mind, have begun to simplify and enhance even the simplest acts of our everyday experiences – and the automotive industry is no exception. A Tractica market intelligence study forecasts that the demand for automotive AI hardware, software, and services will explode from $404 million in 2016 to $14 billion by 2025.
In 2017, it’s time for artificial intelligence (AI) to be part of your company’s strategy. More than 10 million Amazon Echo devices have been sold in the US alone and 1 billion people use Facebook Messenger each month. Consumers are slowly starting to embrace the tens of thousands of third-party skills, chatbots and mobile AI interfaces.
It’s not robot overlords. It’s economic inequality and a new global order.
OpenDNA envisions a future where content and product recommendations are a lot more accurate, and targetied advertising is a lot less annoying.
Android: If your phone’s storage is running low, you might want to start deleting some low-quality photos from your phone or backing it up with an app like Google Photos. Luckily the photo app EyeEm announced an update on Wednesday that uses artificial intelligence to pick out your best photos.
Company to help charities and non-profits tackle hate speech; artificial intelligence already used to find, remove terrorist propaganda
Don't get your hopes up for "smart" chatbots anytime soon.
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