Archive | January, 2019

Computing Power Suppliers are Shifting Gears for AI

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing everything from the information we see on our Facebook feeds, to improving diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions. The computing power suppliers are shifting gears for AI. According to McKinsey, it has the potential to…

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At Sundance, Virtual Reality Filmmakers Are Evolving Beyond VR

The next frontier? Augmented reality, artificial intelligence, and a return to real people.

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Starting with data centers, Carbon Relay is slashing energy costs and emissions using AI

Taiwanese technology giant Foxconn International is backing Carbon Relay, a Boston-based startup emerging from stealth today, that’s harnessing the algorithms used by companies like Facebook and Google for artificial intelligence to curb greenhouse gas emissions in the technology industry’s…

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4 Current Use Cases That Illustrate the Widening Adoption of AI

Most of the time, the discussions looking into artificial intelligence (AI) have seemed like they’re in the distant future. AI-powered technology fully automates business processes and displaces large swaths of today’s workforce. You don’t, however, hear all that much about…

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Can cute dogs, artificial intelligence, and avocados win the Super Bowl?

Avocados From Mexico is using IBM’s Watson and a Super Bowl ad to match people with their perfect dog adoption.

Considering the Super Bowl has long been considered the biggest, broadest, most high-profile advertising opportunity for U.S. brands, marketers tend to…

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See a chair co-designed by AI

What does the design process look like when AI is actively involved?

Designers collaborate with artificial intelligence every day. But generally they do through programs like Adobe Photoshop, which has nifty tools that automate some of the tedious aspects of design.

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Exclusive: Hanson Robotics Names Jeanne Lim As CEO

Jeanne Lim has spent her career at tech giants Apple, Cisco, and Dell. She took a detour into being a yoga instructor before landing in the robotics industry.

Now she’s CEO of Hong Kong-based Hanson Robotics, the company…

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This Video Game Tournament Will Test the Wits of Computers, Not Humans

Computers will need to bring major problem solving skills and smarts to a new video gaming tournament that is intended to contribute to cutting-edge artificial intelligence research.

The Obstacle Tower game and challenge was revealed on Monday by AI researchers from…

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