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Why Companies Need Their Own AI Code Of Conduct

Why Companies Need Their Own AI Code Of Conduct

Over the last year, I have been immersing myself in a lot of Artificial Intelligence research, including reading multiple books on AI and taking an online class from Stanford on the fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence.

Forbes July 30, 2020
Leverage AI to optimize customer service outcomes

Leverage AI to optimize customer service outcomes

s offices worldwide shift to remote work, our interactions with customers and colleagues have evolved in tandem. Professionals who once relied on face-to-face communication and firm handshakes must now close deals in a world where both are rare.

Tech Crunch July 29, 2020
Disruptive Transformation - A Way To Change Higher Education

Disruptive Transformation - A Way To Change Higher Education

Universities and colleges across the nation are in crisis. These institutions face huge funding shortfalls, their students’ total indebtedness has climbed to $1.6 trillion, and decreased enrollment is likely for September and beyond.

Forbes July 29, 2020
AI algorithm detects deepfake videos with high accuracy

AI algorithm detects deepfake videos with high accuracy

Artificial intelligence (AI) contributes significantly to good in the world. From reducing pollution to making roads safer with self-driving cars to enabling better healthcare through medical big-data analysis, AI still has plenty of untapped potential.

Tech Xplore July 28, 2020
What does the future of artificial intelligence mean for humans?

What does the future of artificial intelligence mean for humans?

Canadian company BlueDot used AI technology to detect the novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China, just hours after the first cases were diagnosed.

Tech Xplore July 28, 2020
Will AI Save Us From Ourselves?

Will AI Save Us From Ourselves?

It is the year 2050. The world population is roughly two billion people, just 25% of what it was thirty years ago. Back in 2018, the United Nations had predicted that we were approaching the point of no return on climate change.

Forbes July 27, 2020
Coronavirus: how the pandemic has exposed AI's limitations

Coronavirus: how the pandemic has exposed AI's limitations

It should have been artificial intelligence’s moment in the sun. With billions of dollars of investment in recent years, AI has been touted as a solution to every conceivable problem. So when the COVID-19 pandemic arrived, a multitude of AI models were immediately put to work.

Tech Xplore July 21, 2020
The 10 Best AI And Data Science Master’s Courses For 2021

The 10 Best AI And Data Science Master’s Courses For 2021

Some of the world’s best tech-led colleges and universities offer specialized Master’s Degree courses in these subjects, and often they are also world leaders in research, partnered with Silicon Valley businesses on cutting-edge projects.

Forbes July 20, 2020
AI News Index: Worried About Government Data Collection For Covid-19 Contact Tracing?

AI News Index: Worried About Government Data Collection For Covid-19 Contact Tracing?

Recent surveys, studies, forecasts and other quantitative assessments of AI highlight the current state of adoption of AI by enterprises worldwide, the future of deep learning, and consumers’ attitudes regarding Covid-19 contact tracing.

Forbes July 20, 2020
The Famous AI Turing Test Put In Reverse And Upside-Down, Plus Implications For Self-Driving Cars

The Famous AI Turing Test Put In Reverse And Upside-Down, Plus Implications For Self-Driving Cars

To clarify, there are lots of claims these days about computers that embody AI, implying that the machine is the equivalent of human intelligence, but you need to be wary of those rather brash and outright disingenuous assertions.

Forbes July 20, 2020
New learning algorithm should significantly expand the possible applications of AI

New learning algorithm should significantly expand the possible applications of AI

The high energy consumption of artificial neural networks’ learning activities is one of the biggest hurdles for the broad use of Artificial Intelligence (AI), especially in mobile applications. One approach to solving this problem can be gleaned from knowledge about the human brain.

Tech Xplore July 17, 2020
An algorithm that merges online and offline reinforcement learning

An algorithm that merges online and offline reinforcement learning

In recent years, a growing number of researchers have been developing artificial neural network (ANN)- based models that can be trained using a technique known as reinforcement learning (RL). RL entails training artificial agents to solve a variety of tasks by giving them “rewards” when they perform well, for instance, when they classify an image correctly.

Tech Xplore July 16, 2020
Deep Learning AI Needs Tools To Adapt To Changes In The Data Environment

Deep Learning AI Needs Tools To Adapt To Changes In The Data Environment

In the continuing theme of higher level tools to improve developing useful applications, today we’ll visit feature engineering in a changing environment.

Forbes July 16, 2020
How Companies Are Using AI To Predict Human Emotion

How Companies Are Using AI To Predict Human Emotion

Forbes catches up with Element Human to discuss how they’re implementing AI technology to hone a brand’s ability to predict the way a product will be received emotionally by the public.

Forbes July 14, 2020
10 Ways AI Is Improving New Product Development

10 Ways AI Is Improving New Product Development

From startups to enterprises racing to get new products launched, AI and machine learning (ML) are making solid contributions to accelerating new product development.

Forbes July 9, 2020
Premium Report: Europe’s TOP 50 AI Startups

Premium Report: Europe’s TOP 50 AI Startups

The capabilities of today’s artificial intelligence are still rather limited and nothing to be afraid of. Instead of trying to destroy our planet or to put us out of work, AI startups these days are mostly focusing on helping us to make better decisions, to work smarter, happier, healthier and more efficient.

EU-Startups July 2, 2020

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