Billions of dollars have poured into research and testing by companies like Waymo, Cruise, Amazon’s Zoox and TuSimple to teach cars and trucks how to drive. Up to now, transit has been an afterthought.Read entire article on
Archive | January, 2021
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Good morning, Bull Sheeters. It’s Friday. Let’s play a thought experiment: your we-the-people broker informs you: We’ve instituted a new rule: you cannot buy the hottest stocks on the market; you can onlyRead entire article on
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The University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign announced that it will discontinue its use of remote-proctoring software Proctorio after its summer 2021 term. The decision follows almost a year of outcry over the service, both on UIUC’sRead entire article on
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Amazon is helping to create a machine learning and artificial intelligence research lab at the University of Southern California.
The Center for Secure and Trusted Machine Learning, part of USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering, will support research that looks at new scalable ways to secure and preserve privacy in machine learning. Amazon and
Disinfecting Robots Thrive Globally Headquartered in Odense, Denmark, UVD Robots is a subsidiary of Blue Ocean Robotics that develops, produces, and sells ultra violet (UV)-disinfection robots to prevent hospital acquired infections.Read entire article on
AI is swiftly working its way into many facets of our everyday lives. With more and more companies using AI, it isn’t an exaggeration to say AI might bring the next industrial revolution. It has already started making large strides in areas such as customer service, but what can it do for online advertising?
It’s Revolutionizing Email Marketing
Turns out that law abiding self-driving cars can inadvertently spur nearby human drivers into rather bad driving practices.Read entire article on
If the Internet was a patient, its health would be so poor that it risks not only its own wellbeing but that of everyone around it.
This characterization comes from the mouth of Mozilla executive director Mark Surman, who was summarizing the nonprofit’s annual Internet Health Report. The report, released on Thursday, relies on knowledge from researchers,Read entire article on