Fuji joins Investors backing AI Robotic startups

Robot Investing

The integration of AI with robotics applications continues to attract tech investors who presumably sense that machine learning tools can help transform static industrial robots into agile assemblers of different products in varying volumes. The latest example is a collaboration between […]

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Deloitte’s upcoming Center for AI Computing aims to help customers grow AI use

Cable Board

With AI use continuing to grow in adoption throughout enterprise IT, Deloitte is creating a new Deloitte Center for AI Computing to advise its customers, explain the technology and help them use it in their ongoing business and growth plans. Designed to provide a cloud-accessible accelerated platform that Deloitte clients can […]

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools realities: 5 questions to ask your developers

AI Business

Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools that just a few years ago would have been found only at the most cutting-edge companies are now becoming commonplace. But while specialized hardware, software, and frameworks may be more mainstream these days, the knowledge and experience to use them effectively has not kept up. Here are five essential questions to ask your development teams before you finalize your AI strategy.

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How Artificial Intelligence can slow the spread of COVID-19


A new machine learning approach to COVID-19 testing has produced encouraging results in Greece. The technology, named Eva, dynamically used recent testing results collected at the Greek border to detect and limit the importation of asymptomatic COVID-19 cases among arriving international passengers between August and November 2020, which helped contain the number of cases and deaths in the country.

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IBM Watson will moderate and analyze Grammy debates

Grammy debates with IBM Watson

IBM’s Watson AI will host and curate music debates for the Recording Academy ahead of the upcoming Grammy Awards. The Grammy Debates with Watson will leverage the AI’s analytical ability to decipher the best arguments and suggest which side has a stronger case in debates ranging from the relative importance of certain artists to the value of music education for children.

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Artificial Intelligence, Globalization, and Strategies for Economic Development

AI’s spread may harm developing countries, but multinational governance can mitigate losses Increased use of artificial intelligence (AI) and automation has the potential to increase inequality both within and across countries worries are intensified for developing economies and emerging markets because increasing automation threatens the manufacturing-dependent, export-led model of development that has been so successful for them. The authors argue that because…

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The Algorithms that make Instacart roll

Instacarts algorithms in action

Instacart crunches petabytes daily to predict what will be on grocery shelves and even how long it will take to find parking. It’s Sunday morning, and, after your socially distanced morning hike, you look at your schedule for the next few days. You need to restock your refrigerator, but the weekend crowds at the supermarket don’t excite you…

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Analytics Insight publishes Vendor Analysis report for Artificial Intelligence

AI for Vendor Analysis 2021

Analytics Insight recently published its first AI Review report to offer insights on how artificial intelligence service providers are positioned in the industry. Featuring four different categories, viz., Leaders, Disruptor, Pioneers, Challenger, the report highlights the top vendors in each category and points out their market scope and ability to disrupt the AI market.

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Industry 2021 predictions for AI, Analytics, Data Science, Machine Learning

2021 Industry Predictions

Various companies are undergoing digital transformation owing to the emergence of innovative technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Data Science & Analytics. So, what are the prominent Industry Prediction for these technologies in the year 2021? Read on to find out! […]

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Why ethical A.I. is nonsense

Robo Saint and Devil

It is a well-known fact that systems built with A.I. technology are often showing unethical behavior. They can be racist, sexist, or otherwise biased. The problem are not the algorithms. They are just applied mathematics and therefore quite incorruptible. But the models built with these algorithms are trained using data created by humans. And this is where the bias comes from. Humans behave often unethical and is is therefore not surprising for A.I. to show corresponding behavior.

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KoBold Metals – Startup Backed By Bezos, Gates Fund Is Using AI to Find Metals for Electric Vehicles

Metals and battery lab

On Tuesday, KoBold Metals, a mining exploration startup based out of the San Francisco Bay Area, announced a partnership with Stanford University to develop technology aimed at improving the efficiency of mineral mining. The collaboration hopes to help meet the growing demand for metals… necessary for the production of electric vehicle batteries. “Battery metals are to the renewable energy and electric vehicle revolutions what iron was to the Iron Age and what coal was to the Industrial Revolution… the world will need $5 trillion worth of copper, nickel, cobalt, and lithium beyond known reserves.

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