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APPLICATIONS OF AI IN YOUR HOUSEHOLD: TOP 10 USE OF AI AT HOME

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You might think that artificial intelligence is only something the tech giants are focused on and that it doesn't have any impact on your household or everyday life. But the reality is different. Whether you realize it or not, Artificial Intelligence is everywhere. The application of AI is not only for big sectors or finance or manufacturing, it is also impacting our daily lives. So, let's find out about the applications of AI in your daily life.


6 auto insurance predictions for 2021

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With 2021 just around the corner and all of us wondering what's in store for auto insurance, here are some of the trends that I believe are likely to take hold of the sector in the year to come. The aftereffects of COVID-19 will continue to shake up the insurance industry. Customers will not only favor flexible service providers, but "modular" services - meaning those that they can pick and choose features from based on their needs or even their current financial standing. For auto insurers, this could translate into policies based on the actual mileage driven as opposed to the number of drivers, or even discounts for drivers that participate in ridesharing programs. Personalization will become the new normal for insurance. Relatively, the insurance industry is pretty far behind the pack in terms of the scope of applications to intelligently process or integrate real-time data.


Age of Empires IV and Real-Time Strategy Games' Rocky History

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Real-time strategy is having a moment. And gaming's largest companies, including Microsoft and Tencent, are bankrolling studios behind new RTS entries like Age of Empires IV, which is set for release on October 28. This resurgence is good news for fans of real-time strategy games, but the genre must adapt to tastes of modern gamers. Fortunately, the developers behind tomorrow's blockbuster real-time strategy games are mindful of the genre's past mistakes. The seed of the real-time strategy genre was planted when Chris Crawford published a treatise on the future of real-time gaming, titled "The Future of Computer Wargaming," in the debut winter 1981 issue of Computer Gaming World.


Journal of Research on Technology in Education special issue

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With the emerging opportunities of artificial intelligence (AI), learning and teaching may be supported in situ and in real-time for more efficient and valid solutions. Hence, AI have the potential to further revolutionise the integration of human and artificial intelligence and impact human and machine collaboration during learning and teaching (Seeber et al., 2020; Wesche & Sonderegger, 2019). The discourse around utilisation of AI in education shifted from being narrowly focused on automation-based tasks to augmentation of human capabilities linked to learning and teaching (Chatti et al., 2020). As such, AI systems are capable of analysing large datasets, including unstructured data, in real-time, and detect patterns or structures that can be used for intelligent human decision-making in learning and teaching situations (Baker, 2016). This special issue will address the reciprocal issues when augmenting human intelligence with machine intelligence in K-12 and higher education.


Applications of AI in Your Household: Top 10 Use of AI at Home

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You might think that artificial intelligence is only something the tech giants are focused on and that it doesn't have any impact on your household or everyday life. But the reality is different. Whether you realize it or not, Artificial Intelligence is everywhere. The application of AI is not only for big sectors or finance or manufacturing, it is also impacting our daily lives. So, let's find out about the applications of AI in your daily life.


Recognition of faces in real time

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At the moment of writing this article, there is approximately 7,899,797,315 living person on this planet, approx. I will try to cope up with the difficult task of face recognition because despite the large numbers, recognizing a face and even recognizing that a specific face was seen before is a very difficult task for even a computer. Fortunately, we live in 2021, with beautiful algorithms already discovered, useful tools, and human-friendly programming languages already made for us to use, all this for free.


Swarm Intelligence: AI Inspired By Honeybees Can Help Us Make Better Decisions - AI Summary

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But when groups are involved, with many people grabbing the wheel at once, we often find ourselves in a fruitless stalemate headed for disaster, or worse, lurching off the road and into a ditch, seemingly just to spite ourselves. It turns out that Mother Nature has been working on this problem for hundreds of millions of years, evolving countless species that make effective decisions in large groups. A human business team trying to select the ideal location for a new factory would face a similarly complex problem and find it very difficult to choose optimally, and yet simple honeybees achieve this. They do so by forming real-time systems that efficiently combine the diverse perspectives of the hundreds of scout bees that explored the available options, enabling group deliberation that considers their differing levels of conviction until they converge on a single unified decision. It enables groups of all sizes to connect over the internet and deliberate as a unified system, pushing and pulling on decisions while swarming algorithms monitor their actions and reactions.


The Rapid Expansion of AI Surveillance: What You Need to Know

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AI surveillance is increasing at a rapid pace around the world. The East Asia/Pacific, Americas, and the Middle East/North Africa regions are robust adopters of these tools. Even liberal democracies in Europe have installed automated border controls, predictive policing, "safe cities", and facial recognition systems. China is the biggest supplier of these technologies which can be found in 63 countries. Huawei alone is responsible for providing AI surveillance technology to at least fifty countries and its leadership has strong ties with the Chinese government.


Supercomputing, 5G, & Enterprise AI: Takeaways from Nvidia's 2021 Conference

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From making GPU based video games to leading groundbreaking innovations in data science, AI and computing, Nvidia is leading the fourth industrial revolution. After years of innovation and experimentation, Nvidia launched "Grace," the company's 1st data center CPU. Grace will use NLP processing, recommendation systems, and AI supercomputing to tap large datasets. After opening the Omniverse design and collaboration platform in December, the company is developing its Omniverse Enterprise with over 400 major companies already using it. With Blue-field3, the company is facilitating real-time network visibility, and detection of cyberthreats for multiple organisations and with many other innovations such as autonomous vehicles, new SDK for quantum circuit simulation and more that's yet to disrupt AI and technology.


Four MIT faculty members receive 2021 US Department of Energy early career awards

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The U.S. Department of Energy (DoE) recently announced the names of 83 scientists who have been selected for their 2021 Early Career Research Program. The list includes four faculty members from MIT: Riccardo Comin of the Department of Physics; Netta Engelhardt of the Department of Physics and Center for Theoretical Physics; Philip Harris of the Department of Physics and Laboratory for Nuclear Science; and Mingda Li of the Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering. Each year, the DoE selects researchers for significant funding the "nation's scientific workforce by providing support to exceptional researchers during crucial early career years, when many scientists do their most formative work." The quantum technologies of tomorrow –– more powerful computing, better navigation systems, and more precise imaging and magnetic sensing devices –– rely on understanding the properties of quantum materials. Quantum materials contain unique physical characteristics, and can lead to phenomena like superconductivity.