Consumer Reports: Active Driving Assistance Systems: 2020 test results

This report includes specific design recommendations and details of the performance of these systems in our testing. The following summarizes CR’s recommendations for manufacturers. These high-level recommendations are intended to provide guidance on designing active driver assistance systems that drivers want, will use, and have safeguards in place.

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The essential landscape of Enterprise AI Companies 2020

Plenty of enterprise companies use combinations of automated data science, machine learning, and modern deep learning approaches for tasks like data preparation, predictive analytics, and process automation. Many are well-established players with deep domain expertise and product functionality. Others are hot new startups applying artificial intelligence to new problems. We cover a mix of both.

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Deloitte’s 2020 State of AI in the Enterprise study, 3rd Edition

For the third straight year, Deloitte surveyed executives about their companies’ sentiments and practices regarding AI technologies. We were particularly interested in understanding what it will take to stay ahead of the pack as AI adoption grows – and we wanted to learn how adopters are managing risk around the technologies as AI governance, trust, and ethics become more of a boardroom issue.

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World Economic Forum: How AI can help combat slavery and free 40 million victims

Despite legalised slavery being abolished in the UK in 1833 and the US fighting a Civil War that culminated in the Abolition Act of 1863, the practice has evolved to thrive all over the modern world. Today, organized criminal networks profit an estimated $150 billion a year from the indentured labour of as many as 40 million victims worldwide.

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Hands-free Authentication and Autonomous Sanitizing Robot

Icuro have designed an affordable artificial intelligence (AI) powered mobile robot for precision sanitization of any indoor area. For any commercial buildings, facilities, offices, restaurants, and schools, our robot can sanitize with a fog spray of the disinfectant solution while navigating around tables, chairs, or fixed objects.

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Skan using Artificial Intelligence to optimize business processes

Skan, an AI-enabled process discovery and operational intelligence company, has closed on $14 million in Series A funding. The startup’s technology synthesizes the digital traces of all human and screen interactions to uncover how work and processes such as underwriting, sales, customer onboarding, servicing, claims, invoicing, and fulfillment get done in an organization. Avinash Misra, CEO and co-founder of Skan, takes us through what his company does and how it is optimizing production in the workplace.

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NVIDIA: Monitoring GPUs in Kubernetes with DCGM

Monitoring GPUs is critical for infrastructure or site reliability engineering (SRE) teams who manage large-scale GPU clusters for AI or HPC workloads. GPU metrics allow teams to understand workload behavior and thus optimize resource allocation and utilization, diagnose anomalies, and increase overall data center efficiency.

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Understanding the different types of Autonomous Vehicles

With the emergence of drones, quadcopters, hybrid and electric aircraft and more flying technical solutions comes the need to discover how the world can benefit from these innovations. But before we dive into their unique purposes, we have to understand their capabilities and what they are. How do they fly? What technology do they utilize?

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Zillow Guided Search – Personalized refinements to help customers find their dream home

Zillow’s mission is to give people the power to unlock life’s next chapter. Core Search and Conversational AI, we do this by helping our customers find their dream home. Now, we are making that process more intuitive through Guided Search, an experience which suggests personalized search refinements that help our customers narrow their searches.

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Oracle Global Study: 82% of people believe Robots can support their Mental Health better than humans

2020 has been the most stressful year in history for the global workforce and people want robots to help, according to a new study by Oracle and Workplace Intelligence, an HR research and advisory firm. The study of more than 12,000 employees, managers, HR leaders, and C-level executives across 11 countries found that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased workplace stress, anxiety, and burnout for people all around the world, and they prefer robots instead of other people to help.

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9 Python libraries for Data Scientists and Machine Learning Engineers

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As you may already know, Python  is a programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively. It is a general-purpose language, with a wide variety of applications, from web developing using Django or  Flask,  to data science using awesome libraries like Scipy, Scikit-Learn, Tensorflow and much more.

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