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Artificial intelligence makes more agreeable cities

Artificial intelligence makes more agreeable cities
Artificial intelligence can be of great assistance in urban planning, urban design and architecture. AI drives predictive tools and computational modeling to improve the quality of city living via complex adaptive systems, which is part of a methodology that is still incipient in architecture and urbanism but that, in Brazil, is already in use for an initial urban volumetric modeling project.
8th November 2017

Deep learning helps detect cracks in nuclear reactors

Deep learning helps detect cracks in nuclear reactors
A system under development at Purdue University uses artificial intelligence to detect cracks captured in videos of nuclear reactors and represents a future inspection technology to help reduce accidents and maintenance costs. "Regular inspection of nuclear power plant components is important to guarantee safe operations," said Mohammad R. Jahanshahi, an assistant professor in Purdue's Lyles School of Civil Engineering.
7th November 2017

Living on the edge with AI

Living on the edge with AI
As Richard Kingston, VP, Market Intelligence, CEVA explains, we have entered the fourth Industrial Revolution. And, like the three that went before it (mechanisation; mass production and electricity; computers and automation), Industry 4.0 is set to change the way we live.
6th November 2017


AI tool converts browsers into buyers

AI tool converts browsers into buyers
Do you often find yourself browsing online, but not actually buying anything? Ninety-eight percent of people who visit a website never make a purchase. That means in today’s ultra-competitive online retail market, marketers are spending valuable pounds following consumers around the internet and retargeting them with ads for items they will never buy. But thanks to Optimove, the science-first relationship marketing hub, marketers will now be able to automate targeted campaigns for new visitors to their website.
31st October 2017

AI-based imaging service designed with higher capacity for Big Data

AI-based imaging service designed with higher capacity for Big Data
Kyocera has announced that its subsidiary, Kyocera Communication Systems, will launch three new fee-based plans for Labellio, its online image classifying service which enables users to quickly and easily classify digital images by using Artificial Intelligence (AI)-powered deep learning technology - without the need for programming or deep learning expertise. The new service plans will be available on 30th October.
30th October 2017

AI-powered video analytics technology on show at Milipol 2017

AI-powered video analytics technology on show at Milipol 2017
Developer of software and hardware accelerated solutions for advanced AI and machine learning applications, BrainChip Holdings, has announced that it will be exhibiting at Milipol 2017 in Paris, France, from 21st to 24th November. Milipol Paris is one of the largest homeland security conferences, attracting over 24 thousand visitors from 143 countries. It is organised by the French Ministry of Interior in partnership with other governmental bodies, but most of the exhibitors and nearly half of the visitors are international.
27th October 2017

Taking AI to new depths

Taking AI to new depths
After being selected to join the NVIDIA Inception Programme, UK-based subsea company Rovco has announced plans to take AI to new depths. Designed to nurture startups that are revolutionising industries with advances in AI and data science, the virtual incubator programme supports members overcome critical stages of product development, prototyping, and deployment.
25th October 2017

Duo deliver 20 times more AI performance for edge devices

Licensor of signal processing IP for smarter, connected devices, CEVA, and Broadmann17, a developer of patent-pending deep learning technology, have announced a partnership aimed at accelerating the deployment of deep learning computer vision in mainstream applications. Through the partnership, CEVA and Brodmann17 bring an order of magnitude increase in performance and power efficiency for deep learning in edge devices compared to the leading GPU-based implementations.
25th October 2017

Collaboration focuses on Drive On-Device artificial intelligence

Collaboration focuses on Drive On-Device artificial intelligence
Qualcomm Technologies a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated and SenseTime Group have announced plans to collaborate on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) for future mobile and IoT products. This collaboration will draw from the expertise of both companies in AI by leveraging SenseTime’s ML models and algorithms with Qualcomm Snapdragon premium and high-tier platforms, which offer advanced heterogeneous computing capabilities for client based AI.
23rd October 2017

Investing in sustainable AI can be profitable

Investing in sustainable AI can be profitable
Jane Zavalishina, CEO, Yandex Data Factory, discussed the possibilities of sustainability and efficiency for Artificial Intelligence (AI), at the Codex event 'World's Top 50 Innovators from the Industries of the Future', held in London on the 27th September, 2017. On her article 'AI and sustainability: go green and get paid for it', Zavalishina explores the advantages of developing AI which is ecologically conscious.
12th October 2017


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