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Newswire) Investorideas.com, a global investor news source covering Artificial Intelligence issues a special edition of The AI Eye, reporting on recent news from VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Corp. (CSE:VSBY) (OTC: VSBGF) (5VS.F), a leading retail software and technology company using artificial intelligence. VSBLTY Groupe Technologies Corp. (CSE:VSBY) (5VS.F) (OTC:VSBGF) and intelligent lighting solutions provider Energetika's smart city contract with Mexico City has begun deployment. Investorideas.com caught up with VSBLTY co-founder and CEO, Jay Hutton for an interview in which he explained how this smart city contract goes further than what is standard. Hutton said that while smart city solutions typically cover commercial properties, VSBLTY and Energetika are also bringing application to residential spaces. "When you look at smart cities, often you see a focus on commercial applications," he said.
For a long time, financial institutions had a buttoned-down reputation when it came to innovative thinking. Nowadays, even the most conventional and risk-averse parts of the economy are looking at Artificial Intelligence, not long ago considered an experimental, bleeding edge technology. Wall Street is the financial district of New York City. It is the home of the New York Stock Exchange, the world's largest stock exchange by market capitalization of its listed companies. Nowhere is the change more dramatic than in Financial Services.
HH: Semantic web, although pretty much a failed project now, is pretty interesting as it imagined we could get machines to process data in a way that is decentralized and thus extend our knowledge. The decentralized nature of Tim Berners-Lee's vision of the semantic web is very admirable. That being said, giving every single piece of data an identifier in a reliable way is unworkable with original web technology. I am quite a fan of blockchain in this respect, as it offers some level of decentralization and cryptography and thus provides a better bedrock for social computing than the traditional web. I've mostly moved on from my research of semantic web, as it's only been used by large corporations for knowledge graphs and surveillance.
Since it began its rise to ubiquitous commodity back in the last part of the 19th century, electrical energy has played an essential role in the development of our modern society. It has fostered industrial changes, given birth to countless new products and services, and basically reshaped our culture. Simply put, it's impossible to conceive our lives without it. That's why so many researchers and experts are trying to look for new ways to optimize its generation and consumption. Today, we are still using contaminating power stations, we have lots of bad habits that make us waste energy, and then there's climate change, which is putting pressure on our energy demand.
The Next Tsunami AI, Blockchain, IOT, and Our Swarm Evolutionary Singularity @DinisGuarda - Founder and CEO 2. AI is going to change everything? This concept is employed in work on artificial intelligence and needs to be taken in consideration as we evolve with AI and tech. The expression was introduced by Gerardo Beni and Jing Wang in 1989, in the context of cellular robotic systems. In this complex ecosystem what is our human singularity? What is creativity in a digitalised, blockchain, nano technology - IoT AI evolutionary swarm world?
New reports indicate that Google has been secretly collecting US patients' data from over 2,600 hospitals in order to train its new AI project. A recent report published by The Wall Street Journal indicates that Google has been collecting medical data on millions of US citizens through something known as the'Project Nightingale.' According to the report, the project had started in secret at some point in 2018, in collaboration with a St. Louis-based healthcare system known as Ascension. The system includes a chain of around 2,600 Catholic hospitals, all of which have handed over private medical information to Google's new AI initiative. Of course, the company had a reason behind collecting all of this data, and the reason was to create and test new software.
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Most large banks in the US are pursuing AI fairly assiduously, but JPMorgan Chase stands out for the depth of its commitment to the technology, the breadth of projects it has adopted, and the focus on driving actual business change from its AI initiatives. The Bank, the largest in the US and 6th largest in the world in terms of total assets, has AI projects or production applications in all the usual areas of banking: risk, fraud prevention, marketing, investment banking, wealth management advice, trading, back office automation, and customer engagement (particularly in the corporate banking area thus far). But JPMorgan Chase distinguishes itself from other banking firms in its level of investment, its hiring of AI academic stars, and its coordinated approach to the management of AI and analytics. JPMorgan Chase spends $11 billion a year on technology, and about half of that amount is devoted to research on new and emerging technologies. Its research investments cover a wide variety of domains, including investments in AI startups and AI-based hedge funds.
Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) is considering investments in the Botkin.AI platform developed by Intellogic LLC and the OSA Hybrid Platform, one of Russia's leading companies in RetailTech, the Fund said in a statement on Saturday. Botkin.AI, a high-tech platform for medical image analysis, is used for diagnostics and disease risk assessment. "By supporting the Botkin.AI platform, RDIF and its partners seek to provide medical centers with additional tools for effective, efficient and timely diagnosis. AI enables doctors to choose the right treatment tactics and, if necessary, consult with colleagues using the platform's capabilities. We see significant opportunities for the expansion of Botkin.AI internationally and are committed to helping the platform enter the global healthcare market," RDIF Chief Executive Officer Kirill Dmitriev was quoted as saying.