Supervised and Unsupervised Learning with Python

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Build real-world Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications to intelligently interact with the world around you, explore real-world scenarios, and learn about the various algorithms that can be used to build AI applications. Packed with insightful examples and topics such as predictive analytics and deep learning, this course is a must-have for Python developers. Prateek Joshi is an artificial intelligence researcher, published author of five books, and TEDx speaker. He is the founder of Pluto AI, a venture-funded Silicon Valley start-up that builds analytics platforms for smart water management powered by deep learning. His work in this field has led to patents, tech demos, and research papers at major IEEE conferences.


Tecno Mobile to launch an AI-enabled selfie-centric smartphone in Camon-series by end of May

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are two buzzing terms that you are most likely to hear almost every day. Right from Google and Amazon to Microsoft, Huawei and Samsung are all deploying AI in their products. Now, Tecno Mobile, the Chinese smartphone company is all set to launch a new selfie-centric smartphone in India in its Camon-series. BGR India has learned that the key highlight of the smartphone will be its AI-enabled selfie camera. The smartphone will leverage AI technology to make you look good in your selfies.


How to Use Parametric Statistical Significance Tests in Python

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Parametric statistical methods often mean those methods that assume the data samples have a Gaussian distribution. Perhaps to see if one technique performs better than another on one or more datasets. To quantify this question and interpret the results, we can use parametric hypothesis testing methods such as the Student's t-test and ANOVA. In this tutorial, you will discover parametric statistical significance tests that quantify the difference between the means of two or more samples of data. Introduction to Use Parametric Statistical Significance Tests in Python Photo by nestor ferraro, some rights reserved.


AI trust and AI fears: A media debate that could divide society

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Unless you live under a rock, you probably have been inundated with recent news on machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). With all the recent breakthroughs, it almost seems like AI can already predict the future. Police forces are using it to map when and where crime is likely to occur. Doctors can use it to predict when a patient is most likely to have a heart attack or stroke. Researchers are even trying to give AI imagination so it can plan for unexpected consequences.


Artificial Intelligence: Hero Or Villain For Higher Education?

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There's often a fine line between hero and villain, and by most accounts, artificial intelligence (AI) is on the villain side, sucking jobs out of the economy. These days you can't throw a rock without hitting some pundit prognosticating on the millions of jobs that will be lost from AI. One oft-cited Oxford University study predicted 47% of jobs are in jeopardy. But while AI conjures up robots and dystopian science fiction movies, it isn't magic. Today's AI consists of algorithms developed with "training data" that improve over time, otherwise known as machine learning.


This Humanoid Robot Can Mimic Human Movement In Real Time Mach NBC News

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Toyota has been working on humanoid robots for a while. It recently unveiled the THR-3 that's built to test specific joints and movements by putting together a full body that can be controlled by a human operator. The robot can mimic a variety of human movements in real time. NBC News is a leading source of global news and information. Here you will find clips from NBC Nightly News, Meet The Press, and original digital videos.


Google pushes artificial intelligence for upgraded news app

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For its updated news application, Google is doubling down on the use of artificial intelligence as part of an effort to weed our disinformation and help users get viewpoints beyond their own "filter bubble." Google chief Sundar Pichai, who unveiled the updated Google News earlier this month, said the app now "surfaces the news you care about from trusted sources while still giving you a full range of perspectives on events." It marks Google's latest effort to be at the center of online news and includes a new push to help publishers get paid subscribers through the tech giant's platform. According to product chief Trystan Upstill, the news app "uses the best of artificial intelligence to find the best of human intelligence--the great reporting done by journalists around the globe." While the app will enable users to get "personalized" news, it will also include top stories for all readers, aiming to break the so-called filter bubble of information designed to reinforce people's biases.


Op-ed: Blockchain and AI Combine to Power Modern Technological Advancement

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Presently, there is an increased pace in the areas of technological development when compared to the progress achieved over the last couple of decades. This exponential increase springs off the dashboard of the internet and the numerous millennial technologies that are being built on top of it. These emerging developments are leading us to a smarter world where identified redundancies are eliminated, bringing to the fore more direct and productive solutions. Effective cost management through the elimination of intermediaries and the achievement of more precise objectives while maximizing available resources are some of the benefits of the technological advancements that we see today. One of the fundamental elements behind these achievements is the concept of Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is helping humankind in the building of a smarter world.


Google pushes artificial intelligence for upgraded news app

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For its updated news application, Google is doubling down on the use of artificial intelligence as part of an effort to weed our disinformation and help users get viewpoints beyond their own "filter bubble." Google chief Sundar Pichai, who unveiled the updated Google News earlier this month, said the app now "surfaces the news you care about from trusted sources while still giving you a full range of perspectives on events." It marks Google's latest effort to be at the center of online news and includes a new push to help publishers get paid subscribers through the tech giant's platform. According to product chief Trystan Upstill, the news app "uses the best of artificial intelligence to find the best of human intelligence -- the great reporting done by journalists around the globe." While the app will enable users to get "personalized" news, it will also include top stories for all readers, aiming to break the so-called filter bubble of information designed to reinforce people's biases.


UCF Nonprofit Testing 3-D Printing Prosthetic Arms

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Limitless Solutions announced this week it would team up with researchers at the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland to launch clinical trials. The trials could lead to approval by the Food and Drug Administration, which would allow the prosthetic arms to be covered by insurance.