Tag Archive: aiWARE

04.2.18

NT Concepts Partners with Veritone to Deliver Powerful AI Tech to Federal Customers

PRWeb – NT Concepts, a leading provider of National Security solutions, has partnered with artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive solutions pioneer Veritone. The strategic alliance enables NT Concepts to deliver the Veritone aiWARE™ platform to federal customers and leverage next-generation commercial AI technology for highly accurate, timely intelligence at scale…Read More Orchestrated AI Built for Government…

School Shooting AI 03.25.18

Holistic Artificial Intelligence Can Solve the Plague of School Shootings

Another school shooting. Another round of demands for answers. Another debate over the same set of options—from gun control, to arming teachers, to improving the mental healthcare system. The end result: more school shootings. However, a real solution to this crisis may be within reach due to the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies that…

03.12.18

Innovative AI is Iterative AI

Inc. – Artificial intelligence is being touted as a panacea for everything from curing cancer to preventing crime. However, to achieve such goals, the A.I. industry must first focus on the smaller, more practical solutions before it takes on bigger challenges, a process that involves working through countless iterations… Read the Full Contributed Article in…

03.1.18

AI: The Great Accelerator of the Human Innovation Curve

Inc. – Although AI is still in its early stages, the arrival of a new approach –called “conducted learning”–will expedite the rate of overcoming current limitations and is set to affect the speed of both AI and the human innovation curve… Read the Full Contributed Article in Inc.

Object Recognition 01.30.18

Object-Recognition Technology and Google Street View

Want to learn about the demographics of a particular neighborhood, such as political tendencies, average incomes and buying habits? Then look no further than the cars on the streets, which can serve as effective guides to the identities and behaviors of local residents. What’s more, by using a combination of object-recognition technology and the Street…

Mifid compliance 01.22.18

AI and MiFID II Compliance

In the first week of January, the United Kingdom began enforcing a new series of regulations for its financial services community. The current version of The Market in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) is legislation structured to strengthen investor protection, ensure orderly markets, minimize risk, and bolster market efficiency. The regulation underscores transparency to promote…

eDiscovery AI Legal 01.18.18

eDiscovery and Artificial Intelligence in 2018

ITB  – This exclusive interview discusses the adaption of artificial intelligence for the legal community, the integration of Relativity with AI, how the latest technology differs from other tools on the market, and where AI is headed within the legal sector. Read the Full Article in ITB

NASA Google AI 01.9.18

NASA and Google Use Image Recognition to Discover New Worlds

It’s said there are more stars in the universe than there are grains of sand in all the earth’s deserts and beaches—10 times more, by some estimates. So, imagine the plight of planet hunters, who must sort through images of countless stellar bodies to find telltale images of alien worlds. However, by using neural-network-based technology…

AI Earthquake Warning 01.4.18

Deep Learning May Issue Earthquake Warnings

When it comes to predicting the next big earthquake to strike California’s San Andreas fault, seismologists say it’s a matter of when—not if. The big problem is knowing exactly when, with current forecasting techniques far from accurate or foolproof. However, a new deep learning prediction technology promises to provide some warning when a quake is…

Nuclear Fusion - Deep Learning 12.29.17

Deep Learning Prediction Technology and Nuclear Fusion

Since research began in the 1940s, fusion reactors have been regarded as the future of energy, potentially providing virtually unlimited quantities of cheap electricity. However, after 75 years of development, the creation of a practical reactor remains tantalizingly elusive, with fusion experiments still consuming more energy than they produce. Today, experts believe they are on…