Why it matters: Machine Learning Algorithms – To understand machine learning, you need to know the algorithms that drive the opportunities of machine learning and it’s limitations.
Why it matters: The market is emerging as a boon in the healthcare sector owing to the growing adoption of AI technology to assist medical professionals due to the increased rate of chronic diseases and overcome the challenge of physicians’ shortfall in recent years.
Why it matters: Kids love playing games, especially with other kids and often using their own imagination. Minecraft offers kids a world with near limitless possibilities and allows them to express their imagination. It can also be used as a tool to advance a child’s critical thinking and computer science skills all while having fun at the same time.
Why it matters: AI can improve nowcasting or forecasting the weather with accuracy as it models itself after the traditional methods but with a catch.
Why it matters: Changing a wide data frame into a long data frame makes it easier for machine learning algorithms to run efficiently. This can easily be done using the Pandas Melt function.
Why it matters: CAN’s that run on deep learning, neural networks, and artificial intelligence enables the machines to think creatively, which means this is not a cheap imitation of any artwork that already exists.
Why it matters: In the 1980’s Hans Moravec made the claim that its comparatively easy for computers to mimic adult level intelligence while nearly impossible for them to attain the skills of a one-year-old child.
Why it matters: Julia is a newly emerging language in the machine learning field and is not too difficult to learn if you already have experience in Python.
Why it matters: Robotics as a service (RaaS) – where robots are leased / loaned along with the cloud platforms to improve production and lower costs.
Why it matters: Using automation and AI microscopy tools to support acquiring data are great ways of efficiently reaching best results.
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Why it matters: Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) algorithms are being widely adopted and integrated into healthcare systems to accurately predict diseases in their early stage based on historical health datasets.
Why it matters: Artificial intelligence and image editing has come a long way! GANPaint Studio tool takes a natural image of a specific category, e.g. churches or kitchen, and allows modifications with brushes that do not just draw simple strokes, but actually draw semantically meaningful units – such as trees, brick-texture, or domes. This is a joined project by researchers from MIT CSAIL, IBM Research, and the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab.
Why it matters: A neural network uses text captions to create outlandish images – such as armchairs in the shape of avocados – demonstrating it understands how language shapes visual culture.
Why it matters: Artificial Intelligence can play a very crucial role in improving fraud detection, and help FinTech startups, banks, and social media payment systems. Improvement of fraud detection in banking using machine learning while reducing time. Here is my take on it.
Why it matters: The Age of Artificial Intelligence: Steven S. Gouveia is the host of an international documentary with the participation of international experts on Artificial Intelligence where he interviews prominent academic researchers from all over the world.
Why it matters: AI global arms race : AI is on track to transform countries and industries in a similar way.
Why it matters: Governing AI with ethics and laws, it is imperative to design and govern AI to be accountable, fair and transparent.
Why it matters: Could AI replace humans? If so, how? Will AI enabled robots be better than human beings?
Why it matters: As AI gets intertwined in our lives it is time to discuss robotic romance. What is robotic romance? Will it change us?
Why it matters: AI Clones Humans basically is AI trying to clone human beings. These semi cloned humans by AI are called humanoids.
Why it matters: Amazon probably uses AI more extensively than any other company in the world today.
Why it matters: If you are interested in robotics then these 6 hours are worth watching.
Why it matters: Researchers at the University of Maryland and the University of Zurich equipped a drone with event cameras and a sonar system to make it capable of detecting and dodging objects thrown at it.
Why it matters: Robotics is impacting workplace today, with automation, smarter machines, and less human intervention, the workplace for tomorrow is moving towards a smarter future. Artificial intelligence is gaining ground. But how will that affect us in the future? “Industry 4.0” is revolutionizing the working world as we know it. Are robots making us redundant?
Why it matters: A look at the ways in which artificial intelligence is currently being used to make life easier. State-of-the-art robots are introduced and their expanding role in modern life is discussed.
Why it matters: Amazon and data collection – Amazon is a machine that can simultaneously observe, compare and analyze more than 300 million people worldwide.
Why it matters: The internet of everything – Our relationship with the internet is a very interesting documentary that explores our move towards surveillance state.
Why it matters: Bathroom cleaning robots for office buildings
Why it matters: Top 15 newest robot applications. You will learn about the latest developments in robotics and get to know high-tech and incredible robots. All types of robots from humanoid to robotic grippers to microscopic robots will be featured today. Watch the video to the end and write in the comments which robot did you like best?
Why it matters: Created by Pickle Robots, ‘Dill’, is a one-armed box-unloading robot capable of unloading up to 1600 boxes per hour. The design is based around a KUKA robotic arm and while shown to operate autonomously, ‘Dill’ is intended to function under human supervision.
Why it matters: How AI is driving a future of autonomous warfare? AI is here to stay and it will impact every field in a way we cannot even fathom.
Why it matters: Scientists and AI experts agree that we are in a race against time: we need to establish ethical guidelines before technology catches up with us.
Why it matters: We have always wondered whether other intelligent life exists in this galaxy, but for the first time we have the technology to help answer that question. With artificial intelligence, researchers have renewed the hunt for alien life in space and also begun to wonder if an entirely new life form has been born on earth.
Why it matters: Many say that human beings have destroyed our planet. Because of this these people are endeavoring to save it through the help of artificial intelligence. Famine, animal extinction, and war may all be preventable one day with the help of technology.
Why it matters: The fear of losing jobs to computers is a common one among millions of people, and one that many have seen happen in their lifetime. But A.I. has the potential to allow many jobs to evolve, to become safer, more efficient and better for society as a whole.
Why it matters: Life on Mars won’t be how David Bowie pictured it. With the help of artificial intelligence, architects and scientists are painting a picture of what life in space could be like and how it will be possible.
Why it matters: What is love and what defines art? Humans have theorized, debated, and argued over these questions for centuries. As researchers become closer and closer to boiling these concepts down to a science, A.I. projects become closer to becoming alternatives for romantic companions and artists in their own right.
Why it matters: Through life changing accidents, and data minded through NASCAR, human beings are finding ways to rebuild one another so that we are better, faster, and stronger than ever before and all with the help of A.I.. Once nothing more than the stuff of comic books and TV shows, we truly have the technology to become modern superheroes.