Tag Archive: Artificial Intelligence

03.24.18

Amid AI’s rise and Moore’s Law’s demise, companies must enhance chip expertise

Moore’s Law: It’s the foundation of the technology industry—and it’s responsible for the advent of countless gadgets, paradigm shifts, and technological empires that have shaped our lives during the past half century, from the PC and smartphone revolutions, to the internet boom, to the creation of corporate powerhouses like Google and Amazon. Now it’s dead….

03.22.18

Oil Industry Tapping into AI for Energy Production

NVIDIA’s artificial intelligence technology (AI) is starting to make inroads into the oil and gas business, with the company’s graphics processing units (GPUs) now being used to boost productivity and reduce the costs of finding, extracting, processing and transporting fossil fuels. In 2018, NIVIDA has announced two partnerships that involve using GPUs and related technologies…

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…

AI for Healthcare Prediction 03.8.18

Prognosis is Good for AI Healthcare Prediction

Doctors have a lot of questions about their patients, from the precise nature of their conditions, to the expected length of their next hospital stay, to their estimated lifespan. Luckily, there’s an algorithm for that—a new AI prediction system developed by Google that can forecast the outcome of patients’ hospital visits by improving diagnoses, enhancing…

AI Chips in Smartphones 03.7.18

Smartphones Get Smarter as AI Chips Become Standard

Artificial intelligence chips will be integrated into all new smartphones within five years, as the focus in the wireless business shifts away from flashy hardware features and toward innovations designed to promote ease of use and increased functionality, according to Deloitte. In 2017, the first year that high-end smartphones began integrating artificial intelligence chips, 300…

03.7.18

Veritone Announces Multiple New Agreements with Leading Broadcasters to Efficiently Ingest, Track and Extend Content

Putting Artificial Intelligence in the Hands of the Top Broadcasters Veritone®, Inc. (NASDAQ: VERI), a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) and cognitive solutions, today announced that it has entered into new multi-market license agreements with leading broadcasters Beasley Media Group, Reach Media and the Tom Joyner Network, Townsquare Media, and Results Radio, in addition…

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.

AI Voice Assistant 02.26.18

App Uses AI to Create Voice Assistant

One of the reasons why text-based forms of communication are popular is their searchability; it’s easy to use search tools to comb through written words and find specific keywords and phrases. However, when it comes to spoken words, this kind of automated searching was impossible—until now. A new app launched in February makes it easy…

AI Immortality 02.23.18

Immortality May Be Within Reach, Courtesy of AI Robots

Swedish scientists may be on the verge of conquering death—in a fashion. The scientists plan to build robot replicas of deceased people that use AI technology to answer questions, according to Sputnik News. These robots could serve as replacements for dead family members, keeping loved ones close even after they’re gone. The robots represent “fully…

Heart Disease AI 02.20.18

Scanning Retinas for Heart Disease with AI Prediction

Researchers have devised a deep-learning algorithm that uses AI prediction techniques to forecast cardiovascular risk based on scans of patients’ retinas. A team of researchers from Google, Verily Life Sciences and the Stanford School of Medicine trained their deep-learning algorithm using data from 284,335 patients. The algorithms were able to predict cardiovascular (CV) issues with…