Tag Archive: Artificial Intelligence

ID Payment Systems 01.12.18

Face Recognition is Taking Over Payment and ID Systems

No matter how much you might love your credit cards, the day is coming when your VISA will go the way of the dinosaur, with plastic payment systems replaced by face recognition technology. What’s more, this event could happen soon, with the migration to face recognition technology possibly starting this year, according to one business…

Cognitive Technology 01.11.18

The Bullish Future of Cognitive Technology in the Enterprise

Deloitte – Broadcast from CES 2018, Mic Locker and Jeff Loucks from Deloitte and Chad Steelberg, chairman and CEO at Veritone, tell us some of the key investments you see businesses making in this space, how cognitive technologies are being used in organizations today, and how to plan for the challenges of cog tech implementation…

01.10.18

Collaborate to Innovate

Law Enforcement Today – Across a broad spectrum of public service agencies, from social care to education or health, collaboration is becoming essential to delivering effective, well-rounded service. Law enforcement is no exception. Whether partnering to improve intelligence for frontline officers or taking advantage of the knowledge and experience of private sector or third-party organizations, modern…

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 Opioid Crisis 01.6.18

AI Data Analysis Takes on the Opioid Crisis

Each day, more than 90 people die from opioid overdoses in the United States, twice the death rate suffered by U.S. soldiers during the peak year of the Vietnam War. To address this crisis, an Indianapolis firm is employing AI data analysis techniques to track narcotics abuse trends in real time, helping agencies target their…

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…

Chat-bot Challenges AI 01.2.18

Chatbots Present Challenges and Opportunities for Call Centers

With chatbots experiencing widespread adoption in virtually every industry, call centers may appear to be headed the way of the dinosaur. However, by getting on top of the chatbot craze, call centers may be able to survive and even thrive in the artificial intelligence era, according to one software CEO. Call centers can turn over…

Customer Discovery 12.29.17

Natural Language Processing Automates Customer Discovery

Every new company believes it has a better mousetrap to offer the world. However, customers are unlikely to beat a path to a startup’s door on their own, requiring companies to undergo the challenging procedure of identifying customers and gathering their product feedback. To assist with this process—known as customer discovery—startup ScopeAI is offering a…

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…

London Police Child Abuse 12.22.17

London Police Look to Image Recognition to Uncover Signs of Child Abuse

The process of scanning digital photos and video to find evidence can be taxing on police forces, requiring endless man-hours to examine and evaluate the content of images. This toll is magnified when law enforcement professionals are searching for images that depict child abuse, a process that can have a traumatic impact on investigators’ psyches….