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The Robots are Coming! Why you should be excited about AI and Machine Learning? Resource Centre - SAP Concur Singapore

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According to 2015 APQC, 62% of accounts payable costs come from labor - and that figure doesn't account for the opportunity cost of wasting time that could be better spent on innovation and strategic thinking. At SAP Concur, we have been using Machine Learning (ML) for several years to do things for our customers that could not be done any other way. With SAP Leonardo, we continue investing in the future of ML and AI with a set of innovative services that make everything from travel booking to expense auditing smarter, more automated and easier for your employees. Download the white paper now, and learn more at www.concur.com.sg


Diversity in AI: The Invisible Men and Women

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In June, a crisis erupted in the artificial intelligence world. Conversation on Twitter exploded after a new tool for creating realistic, high-resolution images of people from pixelated photos showed its racial bias, turning a pixelated yet recognizable photo of former President Barack Obama into a high-resolution photo of a white man. Researchers soon posted images of other famous Black, Asian, and Indian people, and other people of color, being turned white. Two well-known AI corporate researchers -- Facebook's chief AI scientist, Yann LeCun, and Google's co-lead of AI ethics, Timnit Gebru -- expressed strongly divergent views about how to interpret the tool's error. A heated, multiday online debate ensued, dividing the field into two distinct camps: Some argued that the bias shown in the results came from bad (that is, incomplete) data being fed into the algorithm, while others argued that it came from bad (that is, short-sighted) decisions about the algorithm itself, including what data to consider.


Artificial Intelligence Is Ready For Prime Time, But Needs Full Executive Support

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Finally, AI is ready for the mainstream. When your enterprise is handling transactions between 25 million sellers and 182 million buyers, supporting 1.5 billion listings, manual decision-making processes just won't cut. Such is the case with eBay, the mega commerce site, that has been employing artificial intelligence for more than a decade. As Forbes contributor Bernard Marr points out, eBay employs AI across a broad range of functions, "in personalization, search, insights, discovery and its recommendation systems along with computer vision, translation, natural language processing and more." As part of a massive operation with so much experience with AI, Mazen Rawashdeh, CTO of eBay, has plenty to say about the current state of enterprise AI.


Debugging Incidents in Google's Distributed Systems

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Google has published two books about Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) principles, best practices, and practical applications.1,2 In the heat of the moment when handling a production incident, however, a team's actual response and debugging approaches often differ from ideal best practices. This article covers the outcomes of research performed in 2019 on how engineers at Google debug production issues, including the types of tools, high-level strategies, and low-level tasks that engineers use in varying combinations to debug effectively. It examines the research approach used to capture data, summarizing the common engineering journeys for production investigations and sharing examples of how experts debug complex distributed systems. Finally, the article extends the Google specifics of this research to provide some practical strategies that you can apply in your organization. As this study began, its focus was on developing an empirical understanding of the debugging process, with the overarching goal of creating optimal product solutions that met the needs of Google engineers. We wanted to capture the data that engineers need when debugging, when they need it, the communication process among the teams involved, and the types of mitigations that are successful.


Complete 2020 Data Science & Machine Learning Bootcamp

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Created by Philipp Muellauer Preview this Udemy Course - GET COUPON CODE Welcome to the Complete Data Science and Machine Learning Bootcamp, the only course you need to learn Python and get into data science. At over 40 hours, this Python course is without a doubt the most comprehensive data science and machine learning course available online. Even if you have zero programming experience, this course will take you from beginner to mastery. Here's why: The course is a taught by the lead instructor at the App Brewery, London's leading in-person programming bootcamp. In the course, you'll be learning the latest tools and technologies that are used by data scientists at Google, Amazon, or Netflix.


Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends For 2021

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No one could have predicted where 2020 would take us: The last six months alone have produced more digital transformation than the last decade, with every transformation effort already underway finding itself accelerated, and at scale. While many of my digital transformation predictions from a year ago benefited from this shift, others were displaced by more urgent needs, like 24/7 secure and reliable connectivity. What does this mean for 2021? Will core technologies like AI and data analytics still dominate headlines, or will we see newer, previously emerging technologies take the lead? Only time will tell, but here are my top ten digital transformation predictions for 2021.


Why Is Python Used for AI(Artificial Intelligence) & Machine Learning - eSparkBiz

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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have been making our lives easier for quite some time. Today, we're going to talk about Python For AI & Machine Learning. Though the community keeps discussing the safety of its development, at the same time it is working relentlessly to grow the capacity and abilities of AI and ML. The demand for AI is at its peak, as it is highly used in analysing and processing large volumes of data. Due to the high volume and intensity of this work, it cannot be handled and supervised manually. AI is used in analytics for data-based predictions that enable people to come up with more effective strategies and strong solutions. FinTech applies AI in investment platforms to conduct market research and make predictions about where to invest funds for greater profits. The travel industry utilises AI to launch chatbots and make the user journey better. Python Web App Examples are proof of that. Due to such high processing power, AI and ML are absolutely capable of providing a better user experience, that is not only more apt but also more personal, making it more effective than ever.


05: Building AI and Machine Learning Infrastructure with @GMinks by Utilizing AI - The Enterprise AI Podcast • A podcast on Anchor

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Stephen Foskett is joined by Gina Rosenthal, an expert on enterprise IT infrastructure and operations. Gina has made her career in enterprise IT infrastructure and has worked with many of the largest vendors. In this episode, she considers how vendors approach artificial intelligence, what applications they are delivering, and what this means in the enterprise. The conversation turns to ethics and risks of AI applications and how business should approach building AI models. As AI applications are deployed in the line of business, IT infrastructure organizations need to be prepared to handle the demands of these systems with next-generation cloud platforms. This episode features: Stephen Foskett, publisher of Gestalt IT and organizer of Tech Field Day. Find Stephen's writing at GestaltIT.com and on Twitter at @SFoskett Gina Rosenthal, Founder of Digital Sunshine Solutions. Find Gina on Twitter at @GMinks Date: 09/22/2020 Tags: @SFoskett, @GMinks


Top Data Science Influencers to Follow in 2020

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Social Media and information sharing is something every internet user will know about. The presence and popularity of Twitter, LinkedIn, and many other platforms have made it convenient to spread knowledge all around the globe in a couple of clicks. It is because of the extensive usage of these networking sites by various Thought leaders, achievers, and change-makers that Data Science and AI knowledge has spread across the globe. IPFC online has recently come up with a list of Top 50 Digital influencers to follow out of which we are going to talk about the ones concerned with Machine Learning and AI. Additionally, we have provided some more influencers worth following.