Google AI, DeepMind and the University of Toronto introduce DreamerV2

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It is the first Reinforcement Learning (RL) agent based on the world model to attain human-level success on the Atari benchmark. It includes the second generation of the Dreamer agent who learns behaviors entirely within a world model’s latent space […]

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IBM Develops AI Chip with remarkable energy efficiency

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As the demand for energy-efficient, sustainable and smart technology is rapidly increasing, IBM has developed a new technology, considered the world’s first energy-efficient chips for AI inference and training. The chip is built with 7-nanometer technology. A team of researchers proposed a hardware accelerator that supports a range of model types that can achieve leading power efficiency on […]

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Artificial Intelligence and Architecture

Role of Artificial intelligence in Architecture. Artificial Intelligence and architecture will come together to solve challenges with housing, the way we live, and cites. About 55% of the world’s population is living in urban areas or cities. By 2050, that figure is estimated to rise to 68%. Experts are expecting a dramatic upswing towards cities, which will cause countless megacities to form around the globe.

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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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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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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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Biotech company combines Single Cell Genomics with Machine Learning

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Immunai is a biotech company using machine learning algorithms that combine single-cell genomics to empower the human immune system’s high-resolution profiling. Based out of New York, this company was established merely three years ago, but it is growing at a breakneck pace with the largest dataset in the world for single-cell immunity characteristics.

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Data Driven Marketing — What it is, benefits and the future?

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Data driven marketing is a process by which marketers gain insights and trends based on in-depth analysis informed by numbers. Big Data, machine learning, advanced algorithms and artificial intelligence are rapidly transforming the marketing industry. With data and analytical tools, brands can make more informed decisions about their digital strategy that will help give them a grip over their competition.

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Impact of Robotic Technology on Healthcare Industry

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The whole idea of robots in hospitals is not new for healthcare professionals. The idea of using robotic technologies in healthcare evolved in 1985. It started when healthcare planned to transform robots into precise machinery for surgery. “The idea came into reality in early 2000 with the invention of the DaVinci robot. Hospital management software and robotic technologies are proof of how technologies have evolved.” According to research conducted by Credence, the global market of medical robotics will grow to USD 20 billion by 2023.  

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Allen Institute For AI (AI2) Launches The 2.7.0 Version of AI2-THOR That Enables Users To Reduce Their Training Time Dramatically

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Allen Institute for AI (AI2) has recently announced the 2.7.0 release of AI2-THOR. AI2-THOR is an open-source interactive environment for training and testing embodied AI. The 2.7.0 version of AI2-THOR contains several performance enhancements that can provide dramatic training time reductions. The new version introduces improvements to the IPC system between Unity/Python and serialization/deserialization format. It includes new actions that are much better to control the metadata. 

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Artificial intelligence in Journalism

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Artificial intelligence in journalism is now a reality. Artificial intelligence has entered almost all aspects of our lives, including journalism. Due to the advent of digital media, we unknowingly consume content based on artificial intelligence everywhere. Whether it’s YouTube’s recommended videos, your Facebook feed, or the kinds of advertisements you see on regular websites, they are all specially catered to you with the use of AI.

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Bias in Machine Learning Algorithms

The progress made in the field of machine learning and its capabilities in solving practical problems have heralded a new era in the broader domains of artificial intelligence (AI) and technology. Machine learning algorithms can now identify groups of cancerous cells in radiographs, write persuasive advertising copy and ensure the safety of self-driving cars.

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5 ways Artificial Intelligence will forever change the Battlefield

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Anyone with a wet finger in the air has by now heard that Google is facing an identity crisis because of its links to the American military. To crudely summarise, Google chose not to renew its “Project Maven” contract to provide artificial intelligence (A.I) capabilities to the U.S. Department of Defense after employee dissent reached a boiling point.

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Future Tech: Artificial Intelligence and the Singularity

In this new series Future Tech, I pick a topic about the future in technology and discuss my thoughts and opinions on what we might experience. This weeks topic is Artificial Intelligence and the Singularity. How will AI impact the evolution of humans and what marvels of science and technology will the Singularity bring when AI becomes a billion times more intelligent the entire history of humankind?

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AI at the speed of Light

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There’s a reason why most of the talk about artificial intelligence is around its potential instead of its accomplishments. To function at peak levels it often needs more computing power than current technology can deliver. Too much data is needed too quickly for its operations to run smoothly. This is why so many AI programs are stuck in the ‘research’ or ‘development’ phase. The present just can’t keep up with the future.

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