Artificial Intelligence and Water Management

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Artificial Intelligence is upsetting businesses with its wide scope of capacities including increasing human insight and preparing immense information lumps. There have been conversations and reports on reasonable AI which can work effectively while preserving the climate. Artificial intelligence has additionally demonstrated successful in sustainable assets ventures. Allow us to talk about the effect of AI in another area — the water sector.

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Profit or Information?

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If you’re a company, you’re continually seeking how to gain more profit. If a company is seeking to expand or change their current business (in both big or small ways), a common solution is experimentation. Companies can experiment if a change works out or not; if a change does seem to be promising, they can incorporate that change into their broader business. Especially with digital-based companies, experimentation is a driving force of innovation and growth.

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The advantage of Personalization in Rotating Stores (part two)

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In the last blog post, the goal was to explain a rotating store’s core concepts while imposing some minor personalization details. We generated a quick estimate to understand personalization’s monetary impact on a rotating store. Unfortunately, this painted a naive optimism towards personalization; this post aims to dig into the areas where the previous fell short. Let’s get started!

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The advantage of Personalization in Rotating Stores (part one)

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The concept behind a rotating store is relatively simple; only a fraction of a catalog’s items are purchasable at any given time. The store effectively hides the remaining products, and transactions on that subset are impossible until a “rotation” occurs. In most cases, a rotation takes place at some predetermined cadence known by the consumer. In this sense, a rotating store shares similarities with a “flash sale.” Under this scenario, items that were likely purchasable beforehand have now been discounted for a short time, usually 1–2 days. However, the mechanism is slightly different as the “sale” in a rotating store is the opportunity to purchase the item. While possible, it does not have to include an actual discount.

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AI’s biggest failure

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Contrary to popular belief, Artificial Intelligence (AI) can’t fix everything. Sure AI has afforded breakthroughs in self-driving cars and healthcare, but it brings up the question of if there should be areas that AI should stay out of. If ever there was an area where AI should stay out of, it’s online test proctoring. These test-proctoring services include: Respondus, ProctorU, Proctorio, Examity, and Honorlock. These platforms have gained…

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I interviewed one of the World’s most advanced AI Systems: GPT3

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I have been fascinated by computers in general since I was a kid. I can remember the computer lab when I was maybe 5 or 6 years old and we were being taught using a computer through the DOS prompt. I have seen computers and technology progress exponentially through time. In my humble opinion, Artificial Intelligence is going to shape our future more than we would like to acknowledge.

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Georgia Tech and Facebook AI researchers devise a new Tensor…

A recent study conducted jointly by the Georgia Institute and Facebook AI researchers has opened the door to a new method called TT-Rec (Tensor-Train for DLRM). If employed successfully, this method would be a leap forward in the arena of deep learning as it will significantly reduce the size of the Deep Learning Recommendation Models […]

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How AI and Data Science can help fight Climate Change

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Climate change is an undeniable reality and steps are being taken to reverse the damage already done. In order to prepare for the future, research scientists and data scientists are leveraging modern day technology like A.I. & Machine Learning algorithms to churn through zeta bytes of data to predict the future.

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