Ascend.io, the autonomous data flow provider, just expanded its global partner program with several enterprise architecture advisory and data consultancy partners. New consultancy partners include X is Y, The Singularity Mesh, Moviri and Flare Build Systems. Sean Knapp is CEO and founder of Ascend.io. "Recently, a number of companies have reached out to Ascend.io about potential partnership opportunities," he said. "In response to this growing interest, we recognized the need to formalize and expand the program to ensure our growing partner ecosystem was as successful as possible."
Speaking of the Millennial and the next generation, which distinguishes us from our predecessors is discovery, humans have now created and further built almost everything we can touch virtually. The only thing that is common among us, our predecessors and the next generation is the brain – which changes our communication behavior and how we view things. Artificial intelligence, most commonly known as AI has been a forecast for decades but was initially associated with robots only. However, at that time, AI joined in almost everything we used and called smart. AI is something where software acts as a human; show behavior like humans.
JEDDAH: Saudi Arabia will be a global artificial intelligence (AI) leader by 2030, a prominent Saudi expert has said. Dr. Abdullah bin Sharaf Al-Ghamdi, president of the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA), made the comments during a media briefing on shaping new frontiers at the International Media Center in Riyadh ahead of the G20 Leaders' Summit. Last year, the authority developed the Estishraf Platform, an AI-based platform that utilizes data to create diversified insights and respond to the top priorities of decision-makers in Saudi Arabia. "Through this platform we were able to earn revenues amounting to SR43 billion ($11.5 billion), only in 2019," said Al-Ghamdi. "Undoubtedly, this is an excellent indicator for the great opportunities the national economy is waiting for after AI has become a knowledge-based economy."
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – 19 November, 2020 – Samsung has announced that it will hold the Samsung AI Forum 2020 online via its YouTube channel for two days from November 2nd to 3rd. Marking its fourth anniversary this year, the forum gathers world-renowned academics and industry experts on artificial intelligence (AI) and serves as a platform for exchanging ideas, insights and latest research findings, as well as a platform to discuss the future of AI. On Day 1, which will be hosted by Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology (SAIT), Samsung's R&D hub dedicated to cutting-edge future technologies, Dr. Kinam Kim, Vice Chairman & CEO of Device Solutions at Samsung Electronics will deliver opening remarks. Renowned AI experts will subsequently give presentations under the theme "AI Technologies for Changes in the Real World." This year, Dr. Inyup Kang, President of System LSI Business at Samsung Electronics will join the panel discussion with the presenters.
Welcome to Neural's guide to the glorious future of AI. What wonders will tomorrow's machines be capable of? How do we get from Alexa and Siri to Rosie the Robot and R2D2? In this speculative science series we'll put our optimist hats on and try to answer those questions and more. Let's start with a big one: The Singularity.
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As technologists and artists in new media (that strange place where words, imagery, meaning and new tech collide), we design, build, and test software experiences and products that center the deep creative impulse of humanity, because we are interested in the power of that impulse. We've observed throughout our work that many computing and AI software and tools have underestimated, and even excluded, this human impulse from their design. The particular joy of uncovering patterns and logic embedded in various functions of the universe, and building things that make use of them for people to enjoy, is unparalleled. It's no surprise that as computing devices became more accessible and explainable, people fell in love with them. But today, many are becoming uncomfortable with their ubiquity and feel less understood and more constrained by computing and AI, and that they must fight or compete with the software and products sold to them.
If you enjoy this post, please retweet it. Returning now to my recent car purchase, I've learned just how bad of a driver I am. I always knew how bad a parker I was, but now I realize that my cruising practices are pretty bad too. The car is fully loaded, which includes all the safety features: blind side detection, intelligent cruise control, lane asset, auto-break, etc. Every time I do something stupid, the car lowers the volume on my music and beeps at me.
This December, CWO: DIGITAL and IBM are bringing 15 insurance fraud leaders together in an exclusive virtual networking event to discuss how technology can be used to enhance their anti-fraud efforts. You'll be joined by IBM fraud specialists who will share their expertise on how to deliver a structured anti-fraud solution for better alert accuracy and efficiency across your organization. In true CWO style, you'll mix business with pleasure as we send guests a selection of the finest wines to be enjoyed over the course of the interactive experience. The estimated cost of property and casualty insurance claims fraud is $32 billion in the US alone. To protect against these losses, fraud detection techniques are evolving to uncover more fraud, avoid false positives and streamline investigations.