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The Buck Starts Here: NVIDIA’s Ian Buck on What’s Next for the AI Revolution

By NVIDIA | October 17, 2019

AI is still young, but software is available to help even relatively unsophisticated users harness it. That’s according to Ian Buck, general manager of NVIDIA’s accelerated computing group, who shared his views in our latest AI Podcast. Buck, who helped

New Global Research from Accenture Interactive Urges CMOs to Put People Before Data Collection

By Accenture | October 16, 2019

Nearly 69% of consumers would stop doing business with a brand if data usage became too invasive NEW YORK; Oct. 16, 2019 – New global research released by Accenture Interactive offers guidance to chief marketing officers (CMOs) on strategies to

Microsoft to use AI to filter game chat

By Azure | October 15, 2019

Microsoft is turning to AI and machine learning to let Xbox gamers filter the language they see in text messages. It is introducing customisable filters that let gamers choose the vocabulary they see in messages from friends and rival players.

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Explainable Intelligence Part 1 – XAI, the third wave of AI

By Ajay Malik | October 14, 2019

Explainable Intelligence Artificial Intelligence (AI) is democratized in our everyday life. Tractica forecasts the global artificial intelligence software market revenues will grow from around 9.5 billion US dollars in 2018 to an expected 118.6 billion by 2025. Gartner predicts that by 2020,

Wired

The biggest threat of deepfakes isn’t the deepfakes themselves

By Wired | October 11, 2019

The mere idea of AI-synthesized media is already making people stop believing that real things are real. It was late 2018, and the people of Gabon hadn’t seen their president, Ali Bongo, in public for months. Some began to suspect

Ronald van Loon

Preparing for AI Driven Future with Hybrid Cloud

By Ronald van Loon | October 9, 2019

Preparing for AI Driven Future Organizations across the globe are buzzing about the cloud as the savior of their data management needs that provides them with the assistance they require for their business solutions. In this digital era of insights

Quartz

Deepfake videos are a far, far bigger problem for women

By CloudBuzz | October 9, 2019

The number of deepfake videos found online has nearly doubled since 2018, and most of them are pornographic videos featuring women without their consent. The term “deepfake” refers to video altered using machine-learning technology to present a situation that didn’t

Bloomberg

France Set to Roll Out Nationwide Facial Recognition ID Program

By CloudBuzz | October 3, 2019

France is poised to become the first European country to use facial recognition technology to give citizens a secure digital identity — whether they want it or not. Saying it wants to make the state more efficient, President Emmanuel Macron’s

Google Think

Technology Trends That Will Define 2020

By CloudTweaks | October 1, 2019

Technology Trends 2020 2019 has been a big year for technological advancement thus far as drones, Mobile 5G and increased internet capability have helped not only businesses, but individuals to run their lives more efficiently. But what does 2020 have

BBC Tech

Elon Musk upbeat on Starship test flights

By BBC Tech | September 30, 2019

The American entrepreneur Elon Musk has given a further update on his Starship and Super Heavy rocket system. He plans to use the new vehicles to send people to the Moon and Mars, and also to move them swiftly around

BBC Tech

Facebook to create VR world called Horizon

By BBC Tech | September 27, 2019

Facebook is creating an immersive environment called Horizon to tempt people into spending more time in virtual reality. The VR app will be a mix of social places where users can mingle and chat, and other areas where they can

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Ford self-driving cars to launch in Austin in 2021

By Reuters | September 25, 2019

(Reuters) – Ford Motor Co (F.N) said on Wednesday it will add Austin, Texas, to the short list of cities where it plans to launch a commercial transportation service using automated vehicles in 2021. The U.S. automaker previously said it

Ronald van Loon

Impact of Hybrid Cloud on the AI Driven Future Enterprise

By Ronald van Loon | September 24, 2019

AI Driven Future Enterprise The cloud is one of the quickest and most rapidly growing deployment options for businesses around the globe. With the recent surge toward intelligent enterprises, we’re seeing a lot of businesses move to the cloud for

Wired

Google Tightens Its Voice Assistant Rules Amid Privacy Backlash

By Wired | September 23, 2019

After months of revelations that smart speakers get a very human intelligence boost from contractors who transcribe and review customer audio snippets, the mea culpas are flowing in. At the end of August, Apple issued a rare apology about how

Wired

Amazon and the All-Electric Future of Fleet Vehicles

By Wired | September 21, 2019

Fleets, like the 100,000 delivery vans the retailer ordered from startup Rivian, will make electrics seem more commonplace, and easier to charge. Let’s put Amazon’s order for 100,000 electric delivery vans by 2030 into perspective. Today, FedEx uses 85,000 “motorized

Nvidia News

Seasons of Learning: 700+ Interns Take NVIDIA by Storm

By NVIDIA | September 18, 2019

There are no coffee runs in sight for NVIDIA interns. Unless it involves building vehicles to make those runs autonomously. This year, more than 700 interns have joined NVIDIA across 30 global locations, most during the summer. Representing 120 schools and

The Verge

Richard Stallman resigns from MIT over Epstein comments

By The Verge | September 17, 2019

Famed computer scientist Richard Stallman has resigned from his position at MIT over recent comments he made concerning Jeffrey Epstein’s victims. He has also resigned as president of the Free Software Foundation, an organization Stallman founded in 1985, as well as from its

John Pientka

Mass Surveillance, Adversarial AI, in Atlanta?

By John Pientka | September 12, 2019

Mass AI Surveillance Image Source: CVDazzle The woman above is wearing hair and makeup designed to fool today’s facial recognition surveillance technology. Why worry, that’s all in China not the U.S. Uh-oh! Did you know Atlanta has the most CCTV

Gartner

Generation AI Must Be Protected From a Dystopian Future

By Gartner | September 12, 2019

Millions of our youngest people, children under 10 years old, are exposed to misleading and biased uses of artificial intelligence. What will you do about it? We are a digital society in transition: Children born since 2010 (known as Generation

Intel Technology Propels Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 into the Future

By Intel | September 11, 2019

TOKYO, Sept. 11, 2019 — Today, Intel announced that it is partnering with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the Tokyo Organizing Committee of the Olympic Games (Tokyo 2020) and a broad array of partners to drive the future of the

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