The rise of AI has influenced almost every domain, including DevOps and SysOps. When AI is infused into tools that are used for systems management, they become more efficient and intelligent.
Feeling Safe in the Home of the Future: A product life-cycle approach to improve the trustworthiness of smart home products and services
A home is more than a building or a place of shelter. It is where we take care of the people and things that mean the most to us. Turning a physical structure into a place of comfort, safety and sanctuary is hard work, but what if the home itself could help?
An automated language analysis system has measured the stress levels of US politicians and business leaders, finding that Bernie Sanders is the most stressed politician in America and Bill Gates the most stressed business figure.
Bottom Line: AI shows the potential for thwarting the growing number of bad bot attacks on e-commerce sites and digital channels. Radware finds 58% of bad bot attacks are comprised of distributed, mutating bots that defy easy detection.
It Is Nearly Unthinkable That ‘I Think, Therefore I Am’ Applies To AI, Possibly Even Self-Driving Cars
You have undoubtedly heard the famous phrase “I think, therefore I am.” Written oftentimes in its Latin form, the saying is known as ergo cogito, ergo sum. If you want to be smarmy and impress your friends, please be aware that Rene Descartes in 1637 had originally set forth the phrase in his French treatise Discourse on the Method and the words were shown as “je pense, donc je suis.”
Solid-state inorganic materials are critical to the growth and development of electric vehicle, cellphone, laptop battery and solar energy technologies. However, finding the ideal materials with the desired functions for these industries is extremely challenging. Jianjun Hu, an associate professor of computer science at the University of South Carolina is the lead researcher on a project to generate new hypothetical materials.
Deep learning algorithms, such as convolutional neural networks (CNNs), have achieved remarkable results on a variety of tasks, including those that involve recognizing specific people or objects in images. A task that computer scientists have often tried to tackle using deep learning is vision-based human action recognition (HAR), which specifically entails recognizing the actions of humans who have been captured in images or videos.
Google announced that Halimah DeLaine Prado, a 14-year veteran of the company, has been promoted to serve as its General Counsel. The move would position DeLaine Prado as one of Google’s highest-ranking Black executives at the company.
In recent years, many research teams worldwide have been developing computational techniques inspired by the human brain, such as deep learning algorithms. While some of these techniques are considered highly promising for a wide range of applications, conventional hardware does not always support their computational load and thus can limit their performance.
A new artificial neural network model created by Argonne scientists handles both static and dynamic features of a power system with a relatively high degree of accuracy.
Computers and humans have never spoken the same language. Over and above speech recognition, we also need computers to understand the semantics of written human language. We need this capability because we are building the Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered chatbots that now form the intelligence layers in Robot Process Automation (RPA) systems and beyond.
We know that the range of AI-loaded smart products is constantly expanding. But what’s less obvious is how AI is also transforming the world of services – enabling service-based businesses to improve their offering, and even develop entirely new services and revenue streams that are underpinned by AI.
Now more than ever, you may be looking for ways to make your business more efficient, more streamlined, more cost-effective, and better able to cope with changing market needs. Artificial intelligence – in particular, AI-driven automation – is helping companies achieve all this and more.
Ann Arbor, Michigan-based May Mobility is preparing to relaunch its automated mobility service in Grand Rapids, Mich. at the end of August. When the low-speed electric shuttles start again, they will be carrying passengers for the first time since pandemic lockdowns started in March 2020. I recently visited May in Grand Rapids to learn more about what has changed.
Just a few months ago, I wrote an article about human and machine partnerships in the workforce. Hosts of companies, from CVS to McDonald’s, were already using AI to enhance their human workforce with superhuman new efficiencies while also delivering premium customer experiences and cost savings.
Back in 2014, the Los Angeles Times published a report about an earthquake three minutes after it happened. This feat was possible because a staffer had developed a bot (a software robot) called Quakebot to write automated articles based on data generated by the US Geological Survey. Today, AIs write hundreds of thousands of the articles that are published by mainstream media outlets every week.