Artificial Intelligence

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How do artificial-intelligence systems process language

How do artificial-intelligence systems process language
Neural networks, which learn to perform computational tasks by analysing huge sets of training data, have been responsible for the most impressive recent advances in artificial intelligence, including speech-recognition and automatic-translation systems. During training, however, a neural net continually adjusts its internal settings in ways that even its creators can’t interpret. Much recent work in computer science has focused on clever techniques for determining just how neural nets do what they do.
14th December 2017

AI: Evil or Avatar?

AI: Evil or Avatar?
You don’t have to be a sci-fi wizard to remember Avatar. The 2009 fantasy blockbuster was equally entrancing for trekkies and school teachers alike. In the epic science fiction film, writer and director James Cameron envisioned a new world inhabited by an alien species known as the Na’vi, who lived in perfect harmony with their deity, Ewya, on an exoplanetary moon known as Pandora.
13th December 2017

Can AI and analytics make a difference for automotive?

Can AI and analytics make a difference for automotive?
More and more personal information about consumers is being collected today by businesses in order to deliver actionable insights that are having a genuine business impact. Nowhere is this more prevalent than in the connected car market, where much is being done to test a variety of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for the major challenges faced in autonomous driving such as safety, security and trust. Guest piece written by Akihiro Kurita, Automotive Centre of Expertise, Think Big Analytics (pictured below).
12th December 2017


Is AI now advanced enough for us to regulate it?

Is AI now advanced enough for us to regulate it?
The global search for education: what's your take on singularity and the threat to humanity? Millennial bloggers weigh in their thoughts. Singularity. It’s discussed by futurists and by scientists. Then there are the rest of us grappling to get our heads around the 'reality' that within a decade or so, Artificial Intelligence will cause machines to become 'smarter' than human beings. What does all of this mean for quality of life and future learning?
1st December 2017

The jobs and industries that AI will impact the most

The jobs and industries that AI will impact the most
According to a survey commissioned by software and services company, Tieto, people in the Nordics think Artificial Intelligence (AI) can do a better job than humans in many roles - even very demanding ones. However, when it comes to utilising AI within healthcare, scepticism is high compared to the experts' assessment. Most people also believe new technology will make it more difficult to get jobs in the future - but very few think their own job is at stake.
28th November 2017

Big success for BrainChip at Milipol Innovation Awards 2017

Big success for BrainChip at Milipol Innovation Awards 2017
  Developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning applications, BrainChip, won the 2017 Milipol Innovation Award in the cyber security category. The competition recognises companies exhibiting at Milipol 2017 with the most outstanding technology solutions related to homeland security.
27th November 2017

The global search for education

The global search for education
  According to a recent report by PwC, within 15 years, Artificial Intelligence will take over 38% of US jobs. This trend is expected to continue. What will employment look like? Which jobs will disappear and what does all of this mean for education?
22nd November 2017

AI to drive health revolution by analysing molecular data

AI to drive health revolution by analysing molecular data
  Austin-based molecular data company, Nano Global, has announced that it is developing a chip using Intellectual Property (IP) from Arm, semiconductor IP company. The technology will help redefine how global health challenges - from superbugs to infectious diseases, and cancer are conquered.
22nd November 2017

Voice processor tech enables business conference calling

Voice processor tech enables business conference calling
Supplier of advanced embedded voice and audio interface solutions, XMOS, has announced that its VocalFusion voice technology has been selected by Shenzhen eMeet Technology Co for its mobile smart office assistant, eMeet OfficeCore M1. This commercial solution, which is available now from online retail stores, is the first output of this partnership. The compact and portable speaker uses a USB and Bluetooth connection with a mobile phone or laptop to convert any space into a conference call facility. 
21st November 2017

Investing in Artificial Intelligence for industrial automation

Investing in Artificial Intelligence for industrial automation
  Rockwell Automation has announced its investment in a Silicon Valley innovation fund and co-creation studio, The Hive, to gain access to an ecosystem of innovators and technology start-ups with a focus on applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to industrial automation.
16th November 2017


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