21 Oct 2021

AI can see through you: CEOs’ language under machine microscope

Executives, beware! You could become your own worst enemy.  CEOs and other managers are increasingly under the microscope as some investors use artificial intelligence to learn and analyse their language patterns and tone, opening up a new frontier of opportunities to slip up. In late 2020, according to language pattern software specialist

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19 Oct 2021

Developing Artificial Intelligence That “Thinks” Like Humans

Creating human-like AI is about more than mimicking human behavior – technology must also be able to process information, or ‘think’, like humans too if it is to be fully relied upon. New research, published in the journal Patterns and led by the University of Glasgow’s School of Psychology and Neuroscience,

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18 Oct 2021

The 2021 machine learning, AI, and data landscape

It’s been a hot, hot year in the world of data, machine learning, and AI. Just when you thought it couldn’t grow any more explosively, the data/AI landscape just did: the rapid pace of company creation, exciting new product and project launches, a deluge of VC financings, unicorn creation, IPOs,

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18 Oct 2021

Facebook hits back at claims its AI has minimal success in fighting hate speech

Guy Rosen, the VP of integrity at Facebook, has shut down claims that artificial intelligence technology used by the platform to fight hate speech is not successful. Rosen has claimed that the prevalence of hate speech on Facebook has dropped by almost 50% in the last three quarters since utilizing

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15 Oct 2021

Pentagon Wants AI to Predict Events Before They Occur

What if by leveraging today’s artificial intelligence to predict events several days in advance, countries like the United States could simply avoid warfare in the first place? It sounds like the ultimate form of deterrence, a strategy that would save everyone all sorts of trouble and it’s the type of visionary

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14 Oct 2021

How Does Artificial Intelligence Compare to Augmented Intelligence?

s providers strive to improve patient outcomes, the use of machine learning has become more integrated into the healthcare system. As this new form of technology continues to expand, it’s important to understand how it can be used and how it differs from augmented intelligence. While the phrases artificial intelligence and

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13 Oct 2021

Artificial intelligence is becoming a ‘force multiplier’ — for good and bad

Artificial intelligence is rapidly moving out of the lab and becoming a technological “force multiplier” in an ever-widening range of real-world cases, including drug development, healthcare, energy, logistics, and defense, according to the latest State of AI report. This shift is being accelerated by a surge of global capital flooding

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11 Oct 2021

Blockchain’s role in the supply chain of the future

Businesses are embracing emerging technologies such as AI, ML, Big Data, etc. The supply chain industry has followed suit and implemented automation in processes and operations. 2020 was a whirlwind year for everyone. Despite all of the upheaval, blockchain has continued to make some truly fundamental changes to supply chain

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11 Oct 2021

Why No-Code Artificial Intelligence Can Help You and Your Business Thrive

Even if you’re not familiar with artificial intelligence (AI), you probably know that it’s a hot topic. You might have even seen some of your favorite brands testing out new ways to use AI in their products and services. In fact, there is so much interest in AI right now that

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08 Oct 2021

Olea Edge Analytics Closes $35M Series C Round to Empower Cities with Artificial Intelligence to Recover Lost Water Revenue

Olea Edge Analytics, an intelligent edge computing platform for the water utility industry, today announced the closing of $35 million in Series C funding led by New York-based global private equity and venture capital firm Insight Partners. The company intends to use the funds to accelerate hiring across all departments

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