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Online resource covers AI technology and applications

Online resource covers AI technology and applications
A dedicated Artificial Intelligence (AI) online resource has been introduced on the Farnell website. The new pages cover a variety of topics ranging from basic explanations of AI, and different types of AI applications, to descriptions of specific AI products including several ranges that are exclusive to Farnell.
12th March 2019

SEMICON China to feature AI test solution

Semiconductor test equipment supplier Advantest will demonstrate and present a technical paper on its V93000 artificial intelligence (AI) test solution for the diverse and fast-growing AI and high-performance computing markets during SEMICON China in Shanghai (March 20-22) The V93000 Single Scalable Platform is already in widespread use at major AI chip designers around the world including China’s leading AI fabless companies.
11th March 2019

The Blink community “breaks” hearthstone

The Blink community “breaks” hearthstone
Blink, a social network application for gamers that launched its beta in December 2018 has created a new phenomenon in engagement. Blink leverages advanced AI to detect and create highlights of gameplay for users to share. As part of their ongoing development they recently asked their community to challenge their AI, the community responded by actually “breaking” Hearthstone.
8th March 2019


AI technology initiative kicks off at embedded world

AI technology initiative kicks off at embedded world
At embedded world 2019, Advantech, AMD, and Mentor, a Siemens business, announced an initiative to make AI technology more accessible and easier to implement, which in turn, is expected to create more AI-based business opportunities. AI technology will take embedded systems to the next level with higher efficiency and smarter systems designed to improve people’s lives.
4th March 2019

Airport employs facial recognition for paperless boarding

Airport employs facial recognition for paperless boarding
Passengers travelling with Cathay Pacific can now participate in a trial of facial recognition self-boarding at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. This trial is part of the first phase of Seamless Flow, the program that intends to make paperless travel possible in the long term.
28th February 2019

Is AI ready to disrupt dyslexia?

Is AI ready to disrupt dyslexia?
Dyslexia is caused by a different wiring of our brains. While it has no relationship to intelligence (Thomas Edison, Steven Spielberg, Pablo Picasso, Albert Einstein and Charles Schwab were all dyslexic), it can make reading and early learning more difficult. As many as 10-15% of school-age children are dyslexic, and the International Dyslexia Association estimates that there are 1 billion people with dyslexia worldwide.
26th February 2019

Anodot named on list of 100 most innovative AI startups

Anodot named on list of 100 most innovative AI startups
CB Insights today named Anodot to the third annual AI 100 ranking, showcasing the 100 most promising private artificial intelligence companies in the world. In addition to disrupting core sectors including healthcare, telecommunications, semiconductor, government, retail, and finance, the 2019 AI 100 companies are revamping the broader enterprise tech stack. These companies span the globe, from the US, UK, Israel, Japan, China, Germany, Sweden, and Canada, and are supported by more than 680 investors from 29 countries. 
21st February 2019

Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge

Supercharging AI at the intelligent edge
Recently, the chip designer Arm has announced its Helium technology, the new lightweight M-Profile vector extensions (MVE) for the Armv8.1-M architecture. This new technology promises to deliver enhanced machine learning and signal processing for the smallest embedded devices.
19th February 2019

Will AI set hearts racing with the best love song ever?

Will AI set hearts racing with the best love song ever?
  Those concerned about the take over of AI, may be put at ease this Valentine’s as international digital agency, Search Laboratory, launches the greatest ever love song according to data science - proving creativity can’t be replaced by AI.
14th February 2019

AI in 2019: Is the future chat bots?

AI in 2019: Is the future chat bots?
From devices in our homes, such as Google Home and Amazon Echo, to mobile apps like Cortana, AI has already made its way into our daily lives. The workplace is no exception and AI has already helped businesses make better use of data and streamline processes. While AI can make our lives easier, John Williams, Head of Marketing at Instant Offices predicts we are bound to encounter it more in the future, and it may impact jobs.
12th February 2019


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