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11 Artificial Intelligence Interview Questions and Answers

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Once the stuff of science fiction novels and futuristic movies, Artificial Intelligence (AI) is now very real to us. From business applications to everyday life, we are almost unaware that many of us interact with AI every day. Nearly 60 percent (57.9) of organizations with Big Data solutions are using AI in some way; it's predicted that AI and machine learning will impact all segments of our daily lives by 2025 with huge implications for industries ranging from transport and logistics to healthcare, home maintenance, and customer service. With that dramatic increase in reliance on AI, massive investments are being made in both the technology and the skilled professionals needed to enable implementing and benefitting from the technology. According to Tractica, the market for enterprise AI will increase from $202.5 million in 2015 to $11.1 billion by 2024.



Salesforce Commerce Cloud Builds on Existing Capabilities

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This Offering Overview examines Salesforce Commerce Cloud within the context of the all-in-one commerce cloud market. The report includes a model for the 20 steps of the perfect order, the key commerce trends in a post-pandemic world and the key vendors working to deliver on end-to-end commerce solutions. Early adopters should use this report to select modern cloud-based commerce solutions built with the latest architecture. Existing commerce customers should seek a migration time frame from their existing legacy on-premises commerce investments to a cloud-based, microservices, event-driven architecture, data-driven network and artificial intelligence approach. Midsized to large enterprise customers and prospects that seek to operate business-to-consumer commerce in one platform should consider Salesforce Commerce Cloud in their vendor selection short lists.


Deploy Machine Learning Web Apps for Free

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Deploying a Machine Learning model is a difficult task due to the requirement of large memory and powerful computation. This tutorial focuses on a simple deployment technique that can be used to deploy any Python web app for free. Read my previous article to learn how to build an "Image classification web app with FastAPI and Tensorflow" First of all, you will need a Heroku id, so go now and register for a free account. For deploying any Python app on Heroku, we need three files- requirements.txt, After you create the app, you will see the deployment methods -- Heroku Git, GitHub, and Container Registry.


Microsoft Azure Marketplace

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Live chat product built on a personalization core with machine learning. An Azure Bot Service Bot deployed to an Azure App Service Web App. Your own Bot hosted where you want, registered with the Azure Bot Service. An Azure Bot Service Bot deployed to an Azure Functions App. An AI service that enables you to unlock insights from natural language text using sentiment analysis, name... Smart home monitoring with AI enables people to live independently safely during COVID-19.


F5 Introduces Shape AI Fraud Engine in a new SaaS solution

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F5 Shape AI Fraud Engine (SAFE), a new SaaS solution utilises an AI engine to evaluate each online transaction across a variety of telemetry, environmental, and behavioural signals to accurately understand user intent and block human fraudsters--before a fraud occurs. Legacy fraud tools rely on weak data signals and static rules to try to catch increasingly clever fraudsters. Often, these tools can't clearly determine if the user's intent is good or bad, and resort to putting additional burden on good users to prove their legitimacy through hurdles like multi-factor authentication (MFA) challenges. The result: bad experiences for good users, as well as financial losses and frustration when fraudsters get by ineffective defenses. In contrast, SAFE is a fully managed, AI-powered offering that stops fraudsters in real time, resulting in up to 90% less friction for known good users.


Zoom launches Zapps, OnZoom as it builds out its ecosystem for developers, content creators

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We've gathered details about 10 leading services, all capable of providing high-quality video with collaboration tools. Zoom is launching Zapps, where apps developers can build within the video conferencing experience, and a new event marketplace called OnZoom aimed at a wide range of content creators with monetization for ticket sales. Combine the two efforts and it's clear Zoom is leveraging its scale and popularity to build an ecosystem for a wide range of partners. Zoom outlined its new efforts during its Zoomtopia virtual customer event. The updates come as Zoom is holding a financial analyst meeting during Zoomtopia.


Ant colony optimization algorithms - Wikipedia

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In computer science and operations research, the ant colony optimization algorithm (ACO) is a probabilistic technique for solving computational problems which can be reduced to finding good paths through graphs. Artificial Ants stand for multi-agent methods inspired by the behavior of real ants. The pheromone-based communication of biological ants is often the predominant paradigm used.[2] Combinations of Artificial Ants and local search algorithms have become a method of choice for numerous optimization tasks involving some sort of graph, e.g., vehicle routing and internet routing. The burgeoning activity in this field has led to conferences dedicated solely to Artificial Ants, and to numerous commercial applications by specialized companies such as AntOptima. As an example, Ant colony optimization[3] is a class of optimization algorithms modeled on the actions of an ant colony. Real ants lay down pheromones directing each other to resources while exploring their environment. The simulated'ants' similarly record their positions and the quality of their solutions, so that in later simulation iterations more ants locate better solutions.[4]


The Power of AI in Legal Research

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Both Lexis and Lexis demonstrate that artificial intelligence-powered legal research is a game-changer for lawyers and their firms, helping them find relevant information faster, more efficiently and cost-effectively. Artificial intelligence (AI), of course, refers to computer software and systems that rather than only relying on pre-programmed tasks, learn, plan, reason and process natural language as they go. For years now, we've incorporated AI-powered features into our legal research platforms to drive better insights in a user-friendly way, reveal previously unknowable connections in the data and incorporate real-time developments in the law. Simply stated, AI-powered legal research platforms can help lawyers do more billable work more quickly, allowing them to spend more time putting that research to good use by counseling clients, negotiating with opposing counsel or performing other higher-level work. This is particularly important for attorneys who provide their services on a flat-fee or contingency-fee basis, where more time spent on legal research could lead to lower profit margins.


Windows 10: Watch out for Microsoft's new way of doing release notes

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Many Windows users don't even bother looking at Microsoft's Windows release notes, but those who do often pay close attention. For those users who do rely on information about Microsoft's operating system, the company is preparing improvements to Windows release notes, the Windows update history pages, and informational articles. Reflecting Microsoft's shift to the Microsoft 365 bundle for Windows 10, Office 365 and management tools, Microsoft is now merging the support.office.com and support.microsoft.com sites into a unified support site. Users should be able to find support and troubleshooting resources for Microsoft 365 more easily when using a search engine, according to Microsoft. Additionally, consolidating the two sites helps Microsoft quickly publish new articles and update existing ones.