Source – neowin.net You may remember that back in February, the folks at Microsoft Research shared a series of tools meant to help create safer and more aware Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). However, the search for improvement never stops, and the Research division has now shared something else they’re working on, inspired by the way nature operates. Read More

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Source – csoonline.com Amazon offers a number of excellent tools to help enterprises keep their data (Read more click here) and applications safe in the cloud. Last year, Amazon unveiled Amazon Inspector, its host-based application vulnerability assessment tool to monitor what is installed and configured on each virtual Instance. This year, it’s Amazon Macie, a security service Read More

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Source – thehindubusinessline.com Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the new engine that is going to launch the fourth industrial revolution after loom, steam engine and assembly line, according to Malcolm Frank, Executive Vice-President, Strategy & Marketing, Cognizant Technology Solutions. In the process, countries that get it right will have strong GDP growth, he said at a session Read More

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Source – alphr.com Artificial intelligence is everywhere – although often the reality feels somewhat underwhelming compared to the potential for what it might become. AI has the power to change the world, but it’s a gradual process. Machine learning is often used as a synonym for artificial intelligence, but it’s actually a different, albeit related discipline. While Read More

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Source – enterpriseinnovation.net Artificial intelligence (AI) everywhere, transparently immersive experiences and digital platforms are the trends that will provide unrivaled intelligence, create profoundly new experiences and offer platforms that allow organizations to connect with new business ecosystems, according Gartner’s Hype Cycle for Emerging Technologies 2017. “In addition to the potential impact on businesses, these trends provide a significant Read More

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Source – telegraph.co.uk The world is on the brink of the fourth industrial revolution, and it could change the way we use everything from cars to shoes. The first three industrial revolutions brought us mechanisation, mass production and automation. Now, more than half a century after the first robots worked on production lines, artificial intelligence (AI) Read More

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Source – informationweek.com Consumers have spoken, artificial intelligence is a profitable industry. From Amazon to Google to Apple, major tech companies have made inroads, crafting intelligent software — housed in sleek, accessible hardware — that has drawn massive customer attention. This trend is set to soon move out of home devices, like Echo and Google Home, Read More

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Source – phys.org Physicists have applied the ability of machine learning algorithms to learn from experience to one of the biggest challenges currently facing quantum computing: quantum error correction, which is used to design noise-tolerant quantum computing protocols. In a new study, they have demonstrated that a type of neural network called a Boltzmann machine can Read More

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Source – electronics360.globalspec.com “The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race. Once humans developartificial intelligence, it will take off on its own and redesign itself at an ever-increasing rate. Humans, who are limited by slow biological evolution, couldn’t compete and would be superseded.” This sounds like it could be an excerpt Read More

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Source – blog.risingstack.com A Microservices architecture makes it possible to isolate failuresthrough well-defined service boundaries. But like in every distributed system, there is a higher chance for network, hardware or application level issues. As a consequence of service dependencies, any component can be temporarily unavailable for their consumers. To minimize the impact of partial outages we need to build Read More

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Source – insidehpc.com While artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning and deep learning are often thought of as being interchangeable, they do in fact relate to very different concepts. It all began in the 1950s with AI and the idea that a computer could be made to simulate human learning and intelligence. A subclass of that is Read More

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Source – firstpost.com Indian business landscape is likely to be influenced by trends like artificial intelligence, automation, and digital currencies in the second half of this year, says a report. Investment Outlook report for 2017, which identified key trends that are likely to influence asset allocation decisions, noted that companies with disruptive leadership will thrive. “The advent of Read More

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Source – nytimes.com SAN FRANCISCO — At OpenAI, the artificial intelligence lab founded by Tesla’s chief executive, Elon Musk, machines are teaching themselves to behave like humans. But sometimes, this goes wrong. Sitting inside OpenAI’s San Francisco offices on a recent afternoon, the researcher Dario Amodei showed off an autonomous system that taught itself to play Coast Runners, Read More

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Source – techcrunch.com There are few more credible authorities on artificial intelligence (AI) than Hilary Mason the New York-based founder and chief executive of the data science and machine learning consultancy Fast Forward Labs. So, I asked Mason, who is also the Data Scientist in Residence at Accel Partners and the former Chief Scientist at Bitly, whether today’s AI revolution is for Read More

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Source – knowstartup.com Artificial Intelligence is changing the way we think of technology. It is radically changing the various aspects of our daily life. Companies are now significantly making investments in AI to boost their future businesses. According to a Narrative Science report, just 38% percent of the companies surveys used artificial intelligence in 2016—but by 2018, Read More

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Source – financialexpress.com Businesses are mining data and discovering gold. But the riches hidden in massive public databases remain unexplored. Deciphering this data and analysing it can lead to better policies and favourable outcomes. CPC Analytics, an Indo-German start-up, hopes to solve real-world problems by leveraging this data through relevant analysis, insights and advice. CPC Analytics Read More

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Source – digitaljournal.com Combating the human aging process, either for health reasons or reasons more attuned to simply living for longer, has occupied considerable amounts of scientific inquiry. The solution to combating cell aging may lie with artificial intelligence. The application of artificial intelligence is the research focus of start-up company Insilico Medicine. The medical technology company Read More

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Source – imeche.org The smart materials of the future are likely to be discovered not in the lab, but on a supercomputer. Materials science has exploded in recent years – offering tantalising potential solutions to engineering challenges ranging from higher-capacity batteries to safer medical devices. There are materials that work at the molecular level to fight bacteria, Read More

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Source – voanews.com LONDON — Artificial intelligence robots are turbocharging the race to find new drugs for the crippling nerve disorder ALS, commonly called Lou Gehrig’s disease. The condition attacks and kills nerve cells controlling muscles, leading to weakness, paralysis and, ultimately, respiratory failure. There are only two drugs approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Read More

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Source – techtarget.com exactly how many microservices it should include. The answer is important, because including too few or too many makes a huge difference in effectiveness and manageability. Read on to learn how to use containers and codebase analysis to decide. Why microservices? Microservices architectures have become popular over the past several years because they make Read More

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Source – medicalxpress.com The benefits of a good night’s sleep have become widely known, and now neuroscientists at UC San Francisco have discovered that the animal brain reinforces motor skills during deep sleep. During non-REM sleep, slow brain waves bolster neural touchpoints that are directly related to a task that was newly learned while awake, while weakening neural Read More

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Source – techtarget.com Cybersecurity machine learning is growing in popularity, according to Jon Oltsik, an analyst with Enterprise Strategy Group Inc. in Milford, Mass. Oltsik attended the recent Black Hat conference, where technology vendors were abuzz with talk of cybersecurity machine learning. ESG research asked 412 respondents about their understanding of artificial intelligence (AI) and cybersecurity machine learning, Read More

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Source – techtarget.com Brandon Wirtz was supposed to be a fifth-generation teacher. Indeed, the founder and CEO of artificial intelligence engine developer Recognant is a teacher — of robots, not people — and not the factory floor variety of bots, either. Instead, Wirtz sees AI changing a very human process: human resources. To reach the place where artificial intelligence and Read More

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