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Deep Learning for House Number Detection

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This is a Stanford collected Dataset and is available for the public to experiment and to learn. SVHN is a real-world image dataset for developing machine learning and object recognition algorithms with minimal requirement on data preprocessing and formatting. It can be seen as similar in flavor to MNIST(e.g., the images are of small cropped digits), but incorporates an order of magnitude more labeled data (over 600,000 digit images) and comes from a significantly harder, unsolved, real world problem (recognizing digits and numbers in natural scene images). SVHN is obtained from house numbers in Google Street View images. The images are, in no way, preprocessed or ready to be used yet.


Autonomous Self-driving Cars Working Principles 3D Animation

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Self-driving cars rely on hardware and software to drive down the road without user input. The hardware collects the data; the software organizes and compiles it.This animation explains the basic operation of self-driving vehicles. Self-driving cars combine a variety of sensors to perceive their surroundings, such as radar, lidar, sonar, GPS, odometry and inertial measurement units. The challenge for driverless car designers is to produce control systems capable of analyzing sensory data in order to provide accurate detection of other vehicles and the road ahead. Modern self-driving cars generally use Bayesian simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) algorithms,[63] which fuse data from multiple sensors and an off-line map into current location estimates and map updates.


Top 5 steps for good data science

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Why are you doing it? Are you solving a problem? Data science is not a sauce you spread on things to make them better somehow. Know what problem your business is trying to solve before you ask data science to solve it. Once you know the business reason, your data scientist can start figuring out what data pertains to it and collect it.


Human-Robot Relationship Headed Towards Building Trust

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On a normal day, humans encounter Artificial Intelligence (AI) numerous times. Artificial intelligence has become a part of human's routine in many ways. They enter our lives in the form of smartphones, appliances in our homes and technology in our cars. Since humans are at the verge of accepting robotics into society, the question that lingers in everyone's mind is'Can robots be trusted?' Human has a mythical illustration of robots turning aggressive once they are provided with all the features of humans. We are pushed to such conclusions through movies, soap operas and dramas.


Artificial Intelligence tool shows 50% COVID-19 mortality reduction

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The tool is the outcome of a project named'Digital Control Centre for COVID-19' by health innovation body, EIT Health, which was initiated in April 2020. Since then, the tool has undergone development and validation, and has shown early success in the stratification and personalisation of treatment for patients with serious COVID-19, leading to improved treatment responses and a 50% reduction in mortality rates. The study has been published in Clinical Infectious Diseases. The main cause of death for patients with COVID-19 is respiratory failure, however, many of these patients can be effectively treated if adequate care is provided at the right timepoint. Researchers at Hospital Clinic Barcelona-IDIBAPS created the Artificial Intelligence solution capable of analysing, in real time, more than a trillion anonymised data points of COVID-19 patients, identifying clinical patterns and suggesting personalised treatments.


Accessible Intelligence: AI Essentials for Leading Business Change

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Eventbrite - Brainpool AI presents Accessible Intelligence: AI Essentials for Leading Business Change - Tuesday, August 11, 2020 - Find event and ticket information.


Accessible Intelligence: AI Essentials for Leading Business Change

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Have you heard lots of hype around artificial intelligence but feel clueless as to what it means for the future of your business and industry? Do terms such as machine learning make you feel anxious? Have you ever thought'algorithms' was the name of a band? Are you responsible for driving innovation through AI but don't know where to begin? If any of this sounds like you then rest assured, you are not alone.


5 Ways AI Voice Synthesis Will Change Our Lives

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Researchers use generative adversarial networks (GANs) and other machine learning techniques to manipulate audio and visual scenes that may result in deepfake videos. In principle, with sufficient training data, AI voice synthesis can generate voice skins for anybody. It's crucial that you do not embrace the perspective that deception is the main point of voice-modeling technologies. It isn't, and we've discussed this at length in our article about ethical voice cloning.


How banks are using AI to retain customers

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We all want to improve customer retention. If we keep customers happy they stay longer, take up more products, and tell more people about the experience. Here are 3 ways in which AI is helping banks improve their customer retention. AI Interaction analytics examines the specific language used by customers, in web chat or email for example, so you can manage the interaction appropriately and efficiently. It removes the need for manual review of each incoming query and enables you to handle them effectively from the outset.


Is Fine Art the Next Frontier of AI?

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In 1950, Alan Turing developed the Turing Test as a test of a machine's ability to display human-like intelligent behavior. "Are there imaginable digital computers which would do well in the imitation game?" In most applications of AI, a model is created to imitate the judgment of humans and implement it at scale, be it autonomous vehicles, text summarization, image recognition, or product recommendation. By the nature of imitation, a computer is only able to replicate what humans have done, based on previous data. This doesn't leave room for genuine creativity, which relies on innovation, not imitation.