In the News
Alibaba, Amazon, and others are adding ever more capable AI services to their cloud platforms.
How deep learning came to power Alexa, Amazon Web Services, and nearly every other division of the company.
That’s what a new study from Uber’s self-driving-truck team says, and a variety of trucking experts think they might be right.
How CapsNets can overcome some shortcomings of CNNs, including requiring less training data, preserving image details, and handling ambiguity.
- Machine learning patents grew at a 34% annual rate between 2013 and 2017, the third-fastest growing category
- International Data Corporation forecasts that spending on AI and ML will grow from $12B in 2017 to $57.6B by 2021
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Software tools & code
Real-time multi-person keypoint detection library for body, face, and hands estimation
Software doesn’t always end up being the productivity panacea that it promises to be. As its victims know all too well, “death by PowerPoint,” the poor use of the presentation software, sucks the life and energy out of far too many meetings.
Humans are inscrutable too. Existing rules and regulations can apply to artificial intelligence
The latest artificial intelligence systems start from zero knowledge of a game and grow to world-beating in a matter of hours. But researchers are struggling to apply these systems beyond the arcade.
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