Month: July 2020

The former top executive of Google described artificial intelligence as a linchpin in global power struggles and warned the U.S. could fall behind rivals like China unless it elevates...

We live in an age of rapid AI innovation and progress. Yet even as academics and researchers make astonishing advancements, demonstrating real business value and positive return on investment...

The first question many people ask about artificial intelligence (AI) is, “Will it be good or bad?” The answer is … yes. Canadian company BlueDot used AI technology to detect the...

Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Source: https://libradocs.github.io/index.html -Advertisement- This python library ‘Libra’ automates the end-to-end machine learning process with just one line of code. Libra is built for both...

NATURE BRIEFING 28 July 2020 An image-recognition tool trained on individual birds could make ecological fieldwork easier. Plus: How space missions snatch pieces of other worlds and bring them...

We cover the data problem here in Eos quite a bit. But “the data problem” is a misnomer: With so many ways to collect so much data, the modern...

Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. The problem with finding out you’ve sent money to ineligible or...

AI advances getty More than a decade ago, Nicholas Carr, in his work Does IT Matter, suggested that the widespread availability and low prices of technology made it more of a...

Within the next decade, artificial intelligence is likely to play a significant role in our everyday lives. Machine learning already powers image recognition, self-driving cars, and Netflix recommendations. For...

When it comes to designing user experiences with our systems, the less, the better. We’re overwhelmed, to put it mildly, with demands and stimuli. There are millions of apps,...