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AI That Works on Behalf of Workers

Individuals have grown used to the existence of invasive data collection and processing practices that benefit businesses but offer little to no value to them at the end of the day. But what if employees could turn the A Read more…

Computer Vision Platform Datagen Raises $50M Series B

Datagen, a firm specializing in computer vision artificial intelligence, announced it has raised $50 million in a Series B round bringing its total financing to $70 million. Computer vision (CV) has quickly become ubi Read more…

Nvidia CEO Touts a ‘Million X’ Speedup in AI

A decade ago, Google talked about “thinking in 10x.” Whether it’s Moore’s Law or the current rate of inflation, Nvidia’s CEO Jensen Huang has one-upped his fellow Silicon Valley technologists by thinking in mil Read more…

Nvidia Bolsters Edge AI and Autonomous Robots at GTC 2022

Amid the flood of news coming out of Nvidia’s GPU Technology Conference (GTC) today were  pair of announcements aimed at accelerating the development of AI on the edge and enabling autonomous mobile robots, or AMRs. Read more…

Home Depot Finds DIY Success with Vector Search

Like all big companies, Home Depot has a list of IT projects that it wants to tackle. When the COVID pandemic hit two years ago and ecommerce activity surged, it accelerated one of them in particular: the development of Read more…

Databricks Launches Lakehouse for Healthcare and Life Sciences

Databricks has announced the launch of its new lakehouse platform, the Databricks Lakehouse for Healthcare and Life Sciences. According to the company's press release, Databricks Lakehouse for Healthcare and Life Scie Read more…

MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab Tackles Power Grid Failures with AI

Next time your power stays on during a severe weather event, you may have a machine learning model to thank. Researchers at the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab are using artificial intelligence to solve power grid failures. The Read more…

Natural Language Processing: The Next Frontier in AI for the Enterprise

The power and practicality of artificial intelligence is largely undisputed. However, one of its longest-standing difficulties continues to be human language. A misspelled or misused word can frustratingly turn a chatbot Read more…

Three Ways AI Is Helping Manufacturers

Thanks to the global supply chain and growth of middle-class culture, manufacturers are under tremendous pressure to make high quality goods that customer desire at a price they can afford. One technology that’s increa Read more…

New Unicorn Fractal Bolsters Cloud Play with Neal Buy

Artificial intelligence firm Fractal Analytics is having a busy January so far. Early in the month it announced a $360 million investment from enterprise technology asset firm TPG, and on Tuesday the company reported acq Read more…

10 NLP Predictions for 2022

Natural language processing (NLP) has been one of the hottest sectors in AI over the past two years. Will the string of big data breakthroughs continue into 2022? We checked in with industry experts to find out. There Read more…

DeepliteRT Enables Fast and Efficient AI Modeling on Edge Devices

Enterprises today have increasingly complex and expansive datasets that require substantial computing resources to manage. Machine learning with artificial intelligence models has been an indispensable tool for reducing Read more…

Nothing Runs Like a GPU-Powered, Fully Autonomous Deere

We’re still a few years from having self-driving cars take to the roadways en masse. But later this year, farmers will be able to start running fully autonomous John Deere tractors in their fields, enabling them to mon Read more…

Understanding AI’s Limitations Is Key to Unlocking Its Potential

Artificial intelligence (AI) is revolutionizing many processes across industries and applications—digital customer service assistants, autonomous vehicles, robots in retail warehouses. AI can even write a news article Read more…

Data Science and AI Predictions for 2022

The pace of technological change increased in 2021, and if history is any guide, will continue to accelerate in 2022. At the leading edge of high tech are data science and artificial intelligence, two disciplines that pr Read more…

Is Quantum Computing the Future of AI?

Quantum computing has grabbed the imagination of computer scientists as one possible future of the discipline after we’ve reached the limits of digital binary computers. Thanks to its capability to hold many different Read more…

Cerebras Hits the Accelerator for Deep Learning Workloads

When it comes to large neural networks like BERT or GPT-3, organizations often must wait weeks or even months for a training task to complete if they’re using traditional CPU and GPU clusters. But with its massive Wafe Read more…

We’re In the Moneyball 3.0 Era. Here’s What It Means for Live Sports

When Oakland A’s General Manager Billy Beane adopted Sabermetrics with his 2002 and 2003 teams, he popularized what became known as the Moneyball 1.0 era. Eighteen years later, we’re firmly on the cusp of Moneyball 3 Read more…

Fake Data Comes to the Forefront

The lack of data historically has been a limiting factor in the development of predictive models. But with the advent of automated methods to generate skads of synthetic data, or what some call “fake data,” the lack Read more…

Deep Learning Targets Drug Combos for COVID-19

Using computational biology to identify individual therapeutics that might prove effective in the fight against COVID-19 is already a daunting task, with billions of candidate molecules. Throw drug combinations into the Read more…

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