IT News - AI
2019 Aug 11
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AI Is Getting More In Touch With Your Emotions
CNET, July 29th, 2019

"Artificial intelligence might one day start communicating our emotions better than we do," notes Dhara Singh in CNET. "EmoNet, neural network model developed by researchers at the University of Colorado and Duke University, was accurately able to classify images into 11 different emotion categories.

A neural network is a computer model that learns to map input signals to an output of interest by learning a series of filters, according to Philip Kragel, one of the researchers on the study. For example, a network trained to detect bananas would learn features unique to them, such as shape and color..."
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2019 Aug 11
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Dos And Don'ts: Robotic Process Automation
InformationWeek, July 29th, 2019

Jessica Davis writes in InformationWeek, "Enterprise organizations have been struggling with a new directive over the past several years -- digital transformation. As they compete against cloud-native, data-ready startups, enterprises are hobbled by speed, or lack thereof, of their existing technology.

They know they need to make their operations faster, more responsive to customers, and smarter. Yet their technology investments may go back decades, so they may have been built for how businesses operated 10 or 20 years ago..."
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2019 Aug 11
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The Rise Of AI Hardware: Overcoming The AI Compute Bottleneck
EnterpriseAI, July 29th, 2019

"A Cambrian explosion of new hardware precipitated by a sudden and huge demand for computational power coinciding with an impending transformation of the existing computing paradigm," writes Stephanie Wright in EnterpriseAI.

"The landscape of the technology industry, and the fundamental way in which computing is done, will almost certainly look very different a decade from now, due in no small part to AI hardware, and the $65bn+ opportunity of this market..."
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