Algorithms That Learn with Less Data Could Expand AI's Power


Last year Microsoft and Google both showed that their image-recognition algorithms had learned to best humans. They independently created software that could exceed the average human score on a standard test that challenges software to recognize images of a thousand different objects, from mosques to mosquitoes. But to get good enough to defeat humanity, each company's software scrutinized 1.2 million labeled images. A child can learn to recognize a new kind of object or animal using only one example. Startup Geometric Intelligence said Monday that it has developed machine-learning software that is a much quicker study.

10 Companies Looking to Hire Deep Learning Experts


NVIDIA is hiring Machine Learning Framework software engineers for its GPU-accelerated Machine Learning team. Academic and commercial groups around the world are using GPUs to power a revolution in machine learning, enabling breakthroughs in problems from image classification to speech recognition to natural language processing. The group will be responsible for developing core deep learning algorithms for both internal and 3rd party codebases. Framework Software Engineers will be active members of the open source deep learning software engineering community, and will contribute directly to software packages such as Caffe, Theano, Torch, and KALDI.

How machine learning can improve software development itself


The activities of many globally active IT corporations prove that machine learning will be high on their lists. Be it Google, IBM or Microsoft โ€“ all of them have made machine learning an important component of their business strategies. In addition, the tech giants have been recruiting entire competence teams and acquiring machine learning and AI startups. While IT, automotive, telecommunications and media are among the pioneers of this development, more traditional industries such as the chemicals sector, logistics/transportation and pharmaceuticals are already awaiting their turn. This makes me wonder whether machine learning can offer genuine value to the field of software development itself.

Global Deep Learning Software Market 2019 Artelnics, Bright Computing, BAIR, Intel, Cognex, IBM, Keras โ€“ Industry News Room


The report on the Global Deep Learning Software Market offers complete data on the Deep Learning Software market. Components, for example, main players, analysis, size, situation of the business, SWOT analysis, and best patterns in the market are included in the report. In addition to this, the report sports numbers, tables, and charts that offer a clear viewpoint of the Deep Learning Software market. The top Players/Vendors Artelnics, Bright Computing, BAIR, Intel, Cognex, IBM, Keras, Microsoft, VLFeat, NIVIDA, PaddlePaddle, Torch, SignalBox, Wolfram of the global Deep Learning Software market are further covered in the report. The latest data has been presented in the study on the revenue numbers, product details, and sales of the major firms.

Deep Learning Software Revenue Will Grow from $3 Billion in 2017 to $67.2 Billion Annually by 2025


Deep learning is a buzzword that has been hyped by the business and technical press for years, often with relatively meager results that failed to live up to expectations. But over the past 18 months, according to a new report from Tractica, the true power of deep learning has been realized, thanks to advances in hardware and algorithms that use pattern recognition applied in a continuous learning loop, enabling them to train themselves to perform tasks without requiring explicit programming code. The sheer power of deep learning, however, is likely to lead to the development of more powerful and disruptive applications of tomorrow, such as driverless cars, personalized education, and preventative healthcare. Tractica forecasts that, with this expanding set of applications, the worldwide deep learning software market will grow from $3 billion in 2017 to $67.2 billion by 2025. "Deep learning has been a key point of focus for many companies, given its potential to transform entire industries," says principal analyst Keith Kirkpatrick.