Collaborating Authors

Learn AI In 60 Minutes An introduction to artificial intelligence for students and educators


Sign in to report inappropriate content. Welcome to the "Learn AI In 60 Minutes" virtual workshop, hosted by A.I. Subscribe to our YouTube channel and like this video for more content like this Schedule of Events: 1. Introduction 2. Workshop Presentation 3. Q&A 4. Details about how to get involved with A.I.

Mark Cuban Foundation to hold Artificial Intelligence boot camp in Birmingham


Billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban's foundation is hosting an Artificial Intelligence Boot Camp in several cities which include Birmingham. The initiative is for any current high school student in the Birmingham area interested in learning more about Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. No prerequisite courses and no knowledge of coding is required.

Rising USFL star Scooby Wright III was preparing to be firefighter before getting drafted

FOX News

Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Birmingham Stallions linebacker Scooby Wright III has been one of the breakout stars of the inaugural United States Football League season. Through four games, the Stallions are undefeated. Wright has recorded 32 tackles, two sacks, two forced fumbles and two passes defended to help Birmingham.

Mark Cuban Is Seeking the Next Generation of AI 'Superstars'


The Morning Download delivers daily insights and news on business technology from the CIO Journal team. "We don't recognize how much talent is there," said Mr. Cuban, who lives in Dallas. "One of my goals is to really go out and find the superstars. There are so many there that are under-appreciated and don't have access to resources." Mr. Cuban's funding will be spent on resources to educate hundreds of students in AI over the next few years, with the goal of teaching 1,000 students a year from 2023.

Top 10 Predictions for Enterprise Robotics for 2017 Sci-Tech Today


It's hard to bet against the continued rise of automation, robots, and artificial intelligence (AI), all of which are already having major impacts on how we work, learn, shop, and play. But being able to predict that robotics and AI will change our lives is a lot easier than predicting they will change our lives. In a recent forecast for 2017 and beyond, for instance, analyst firm IDC said we can expect to continue seeing robotic and AI technologies keep growing more affordable, more capable, and easier to use. The Obama White House said it expects the same, but also warns in a new report that "growth will not be costless" and could harm workers lacking the skills to compete in an AI-driven economy. How the incoming administration plans to address such issues is also uncertain.