Louis Columbus

Why AI Is The Future Of Cybersecurity

By Louis Columbus | August 16, 2019

Future Of Cybersecurity 61% of enterprises say they cannot detect breach attempts today without the use of AI technologies. 48% say their budgets for AI in cybersecurity will increase by an average of 29% in Fiscal Year (FY) 2020. Breach

MIT tech review

The world’s top deepfake artist is wrestling with the monster he created

By MIT Technology Review | August 16, 2019

Hao Li has spent his career perfecting digital trickery. Now he’s working to confront the problem of increasingly seamless off-the-shelf deception. It’s June in Dalian, China, a city on a peninsula that sticks out into the Yellow Sea a few

Louis Columbus

Indeed’s 10 Most Popular AI & Machine Learning Jobs This Year

By Louis Columbus | August 9, 2019

Popular AI & Machine Learning Jobs This Year AI and Machine Learning job postings on Indeed rose 29.10% over the last year between May 2018 and May 2019. Machine Learning and Deep Learning Engineers are the most popular jobs posted

SAP News

Craft Beer Drinkers Get a Taste of Industry 4.0 Intelligence

By SAP | August 7, 2019

Nothing quenches the thirst of craft beer drinkers more than an intelligent valve. Yes, you heard right. With craft beer accounting for more than 24 percent of the $114 billion U.S. beer market, it’s an ideal proving ground for connected manufacturing

MIT tech review

New York City’s first self-driving shuttle service launches today

By MIT Technology Review | August 7, 2019

Six autonomous six-seater shuttles will be offering free rides around a one-mile loop of New York’s Brooklyn Navy Yard. If you can make it here…: It’s the first driverless car service to launch in the Big Apple (most trials in the US

MIT tech review

DeepMind’s algorithm can predict serious kidney injury 48 hours before it happens

By MIT Technology Review | August 1, 2019

DeepMind, Google’s artificial-intelligence unit, has created a deep-learning system that analyzes someone’s health records, including information such as vital signs and blood test results, and then predicts the chance of acute kidney injury (AKI). In a paper published in the

BBC Tech

Facebook funds AI mind-reading experiment

By BBC Tech | July 31, 2019

Facebook has announced a breakthrough in its plan to create a device that allows people to type just by thinking. It has funded a study that developed machine-learning algorithms capable of turning brain activity into speech. It worked on epilepsy

IBM News

Driving the culture of AI forward with MongoDB

By IBM Big Data | July 31, 2019

“In 2021, AI augmentation will generate $2.9 trillion in business value and recover 6.2 billion hours of worker productivity,” according to Gartner. It will do so largely by learning how to make better predictions over time and supplementing people’s ability to

Bill Schmarzo

Value Chains vs Network…Make Way for Co-creation Business Models

By Bill Schmarzo | July 26, 2019

Value Chains vs Network Before I kick off this new blog, I’m happy to announce the release of my 3rd book” “The Art of Thinking Like A Data Scientist”. This book is designed to be a workbook – a pragmatic

New Yorker

The New Yorker – The Hidden Costs of Automated Thinking

By CloudBuzz | July 25, 2019

Like many medications, the wakefulness drug modafinil, which is marketed under the trade name Provigil, comes with a small, tightly folded paper pamphlet. For the most part, its contents—lists of instructions and precautions, a diagram of the drug’s molecular structure—make

Tech Crunch

Toyota invests $600 million in Didi, with the two setting up a new joint venture for driver services

By Tech Crunch | July 25, 2019

Didi Chuxing announced today that it has received new investment totaling $600 million from Toyota Motor Corporation. As part of the deal, the two companies will also set up a joint venture with GAC Toyota Motor to provide vehicle-related services

Reuters news

Daimler, Bosch get approval to test driverless valet parking

By Reuters | July 23, 2019

BERLIN (Reuters) – Daimler and auto supplier Bosch will start valet parking using autonomous driving technology in Stuttgart, Germany, after local authorities gave the carmaker permission to start testing the technology. The automated valet parking service will start at the

Cisco News

New Crosswork APIs Help Service Providers Automate Network Operations

By Cisco | July 23, 2019

Due to changes in customer preferences, and technological evolutions such as 5G, Service Providers (SPs) are expected to face massive traffic growth and increased operational complexities. To make the most out of those opportunities, Service Providers are looking for ways

Tech Crunch

Meet the robots Toyota is bringing to the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games

By Tech Crunch | July 22, 2019

Meet the robots Tokyo’s 2020 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games are fast-approaching, and Toyota is playing a key role in on-site mobility and transportation. The Japanese automaker has unveiled five robots it’s also going to be bringing to the games,

Reuters news

Toyota fetches new way to use AI, self-drive tech in Tokyo Games

By Reuters | July 22, 2019

TOKYO (Reuters) – Miniature remote controlled cars have proved to be a crowd pleaser at track and field throwing events, but for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics Toyota Motor Corp is upping the game with a hi-tech way to fetch javelins

Kayla Matthews

Here’s How AI Startups Are Doing in 2019

By Kayla Matthews | July 18, 2019

AI Startup Growth Now that artificial intelligence (AI) is part of the mainstream, companies are rapidly investigating what they can do to develop new AI technologies that will make society better and translate to substantial profits for their startups. These

John Pientka

Back to the Moon with NASA’s Approach? Fahgettaboudit!

By John Pientka | July 17, 2019

Back to the Moon with NASA’s Approach? OK, this is the week 50 years ago that men first walked on the moon. We did it five more times and then in December of 1972 we left and have never gone

BBC Tech

AI solves Rubik’s Cube in under one second

By BBC Tech | July 16, 2019

An artificial intelligence system created by researchers at the University of California has solved the Rubik’s Cube in a fraction of a second. DeepCubeA, as the algorithm was called, completed the 3D logic puzzle which has been taxing humans since

AWS RoboMaker announces support for Robot Operating System (ROS) Melodic

By Amazon News | July 14, 2019

AWS RoboMaker, a service that makes it easy to develop, simulate, and deploy intelligent robotics applications at scale, announces the support for ROS-Melodic Morenia, which is the latest long term support (LTS) release for ROS. Now with AWS RoboMaker, customers

The Verge

Who’s listening to your AI device?

By The Verge | July 13, 2019

Google contractors are transcribing customers’ audio clips from the company’s AI assistant, and can end up listening to “sensitive” conversations, according to The Verge, citing a report by Belgium’s VRT NWS. Only 0.2% of recordings are transcribed by humans, Google responded. Amazon’s Alexa

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