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Educational Technology 07/19/2019 20:30
KYLE WIGGERS, Venture Beat Professional-level lecture clips require not only a veritable studio’s worth of equipment, but significant resources to transfer, edit, and upload footage of each lesson. That’s why research scientists at Udacity, an online learning platform with over 100,000 courses, are investigating a machine learning framework that automatically generates lecture videos from audio narration […]
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Information Security Buzz 07/19/2019 19:33
Skylight Cyber have discovered a way to bypass a Machine Learning algorithm from Cylance, inserting code from a benign file that’s been previously marked as safe.
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Next Web 07/19/2019 19:32
Pro baseball league uses AI umpire for the first time, coach gets ejected for arguing with it.
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Gov.UK 07/19/2019 19:15
This funding will allow for advanced AI learning technology to assess the condition of the markings to improve the safety of our roads for all users.
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Hacker Noon 07/19/2019 18:51
AI-enabled chips will be designed for particular use cases and scenarios related to natural language processing, speech recognition and computer vision.
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Towards Data Science 07/19/2019 18:31
What machine learning isn’t It really felt like everyone at this conference had read these posts and was reporting everything they learned to the audience.
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Business Times (Singapore) 07/19/2019 17:50
MAS CDO switches to new role of special adviser in AI, Government & Economy.
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Aviation Today 07/19/2019 17:37
Using a proprietary data processing application, the predictive aircraft landing time technology uses machine learning models to predict when a flight will actually touchdown on one of Frankfurt’s runways.
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VentureBeat 07/19/2019 17:30
Oakland’s ban was long expected — the Oakland Privacy Advisory Committee endorsed the legislation’s wording late last month — but it comes as a growing chorus of AI experts, privacy advocates, and lawmakers express concerns over the largely unregulated tech’s applications.
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News Tom's Hardware US 07/19/2019 17:22
The AI antivirus in question is called CylancePROTECT, which BlackBerry purchased last year with plans to integrate Cylance’s AI antivirus technology with its Spark communications platform for the Internet of Things (IoT.
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MIT News 07/19/2019 17:06
Using MIT research scientist Boris Katz’s START natural language processing system and a vision system developed by former MIT PhD student Sajit Rao, Genesis can digest short, simple chunks of text, then spit out reports about how it interpreted connections between events.
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CustomerThink 07/19/2019 16:48
According to recent studies conducted by McKinsey Global Institute, it is estimated that automation driven by various technologies like AI as well as machine learning can actually increase the overall productivity significantly.
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Springboard Blog 07/19/2019 16:46
Both data science and artificial intelligence are constantly changing, so staying looped into the musings of some of the top minds and pioneering thinkers in AI is vital.
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Becker's Hospital Review 07/19/2019 16:21
Artificial intelligence and machine learning are quickly becoming an integral part of healthcare delivery.
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Accounting Today 07/19/2019 15:47
Machine learning allows AI to analyze the data and clear out invoices or generate new ones.
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SmartData Collective 07/19/2019 15:06
While conversations with chatbots once felt frustrating, repetitive, and a little too robotic, more sophisticated AI-powered chatbots use natural language processing (NLP) to have more natural, authentic conversations and to genuinely “understand” their customers’ needs.
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Government Computer News 07/19/2019 14:26
While open source products aren't necessarily less secure, Alstott said IARPA is worried about the potential for targeted compromise or sabotage of commonly used datasets that often form the educational foundation for nascent AI programs.
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