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Microsoft offers limited preview to Azure Quantum
Azure Quantum, Microsoft's partner-centric quantum computing platform for developers who want to get started with quantum computin
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How COVID19 confused our algorithms
Our online behaviour in this pandemic has confused AI machine learning (ML) systems according to a new MIT report. In one example, an organisation that uses ML to detect credit card fraud had to tweak their algorithm to account for a huge spike in interest in gardening equipment & power tools.Also large swings in consumer behaviour (toilet paper one week to gym equipment the next!) exposed the brittle nature of AI algorithms and the need for human intervention.https://www.technologyreview.com/2020/05/11/1001563/covid-pandemic-broken-ai-machine-learning-amazon-retail-fraud-humans-in-the-loop Image by Peggy und Marco Lachmann-Anke from Pixabay
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Machine Learning as a Service to detect illegal fishing
BAE Systems recently was awarded a research contract (from US agency DARPA) to develop machine-learning-as-a-service that uses sat
29th April 2020 by daniella-trai... 0 Comments
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A dental check up at home with AI
Currently in beta, Pearlii aims to provide everyone who needs it with a free, fast dental check-up at home.The improvements in phone cameras have made teledentistry viable as a diagnostic tool to flag dental problems. You are asked to take 5 photos of your teeth, and Pearlii’s AI tech scans the pics to find abnormalities and make recommendations. Rather than charging for the dental checkups, the revenue comes through referrals, like booking your dental appointment through the app. https://www.pearlii.com/
22nd April 2020 by IdeaSpies 0 Comments
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Talking with Holocaust survivors even after they die
While filmed Holocaust survivors are currently only visible in the medium of 2D projections, filming from every angle of them allows programmers to create lifelike holograms of them. By asking them lots of questions a database can be created of answers.When you ask a question, the algorithm looks through all of the database, 'Do I have an answer to that.' And then it'll bring back what it thinks is the closest answer to your question. AI can bring more of these survivors and their stories virtually back to life. The interactive nature of asking questions and instantaneously receiving first-person responses will dramatically  humanize our understanding of history. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/holocaust-stories-artificial-intelligence-60-minutes
11th April 2020 by IdeaSpies 2 Comments
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Self-driving existing cars powered by AI
There are a few startups & auto-manufacturers leading innovation in self driving cars already and for some time (not just Tesl
8th April 2020 by daniella-trai... 0 Comments
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