How Google Aims To Dominate Artificial Intelligence

#artificialintelligence

TensorFlow is a library of files that allows researchers and computer scientists to build systems that break down data, like photos or voice recordings, and have the computer make future decisions based on that information. This is the basis of machine learning: computers understanding data, and then using it to make decisions. When scaled to be very complex, machine learning is a stab at making computers smarter. TensorFlow is extraordinary complex, because of its precision and speed in digesting and outputting data, and can unequivocally be placed in the realm of artificial intelligence tools.


How Google Aims To Dominate Artificial Intelligence

#artificialintelligence

TensorFlow is a library of files that allows researchers and computer scientists to build systems that break down data, like photos or voice recordings, and have the computer make future decisions based on that information. This is the basis of machine learning: computers understanding data, and then using it to make decisions. When scaled to be very complex, machine learning is a stab at making computers smarter. TensorFlow is extraordinary complex, because of its precision and speed in digesting and outputting data, and can unequivocally be placed in the realm of artificial intelligence tools.


Artificial Intelligence Can Insult, Curse, Hurl Racial Slurs CardBuzz.com

#artificialintelligence

Computers have learned to see the world more clearly in recent years, thanks to some impressive leaps in artificial intelligence. But you might be surprised--and upset--to know what these AI algorithms really think of you. As a recent experiment demonstrated, the best AI vision system might see a picture of your face and spit out a racial slur, a gender stereotype, or a term that impugns your good character. Now the scientists who helped teach machines to see have removed some of the human prejudice lurking in the data they used during the lessons. NOTE: By Clicking in the "MORE" Link You Will be Leaving CardBuzz or Sites Owned and Operated by Ruebud Media.


The coronavirus joins tough list of 2020 tests for China's global leadership

#artificialintelligence

Davos, Switzerland – "Has China Won?" Kishore Mahbubeni, the Singaporean author and intellectual, greets me warmly in a conference lounge here and hands me a card promoting the March release of his new book, bearing that provocative question as its title. The cover blurb announces that he will explain "how, while America became arrogant and distracted, a three-thousand-year-old civilization is well on the way to becoming the number one power in the world." The year ahead is likely to provide the most profound trial yet for that thesis and for the durability of China's rise. Several new shocks and challenges, ranging from a potential pandemic to slowing growth, will test the resilience of China's authoritarian leadership and the state-run capitalist system that has provided the country four decades of record growth. It thus also could mark a significant year for the emerging, generational clash, not of civilizations as Samuel Huntington had argued, but rather of economic and political systems, between democratic and authoritarian capitalism.



Evading Machine Learning Malware Classifiers

#artificialintelligence

This was a white box competition; meaning I had full access to all model parameters and source code. Therefore, the first thing to do was crack open the models and see what was going on under the hood. The first model is a neural network trained on the raw bytes of Windows executables. MalConv is implemented in PyTorch, and if you're already familiar with neural networks the code is relatively simple and straight forward: Files are passed to MalConv as a sequence of integers representing the bytes of the file (0–255). The sequence of vectors can then be processed by additional neural network layers.


Fraud detection: the problem, solutions and tools

#artificialintelligence

"Fraud is a billion-dollar business There are many formal definitions but essentially a fraud is an "art" and crime of deceiving and scamming people in their financial transactions. Frauds have always existed throughout human history but in this age of digital technology, the strategy, extent and magnitude of financial frauds is becoming wide-ranging -- from credit cards transactions to health benefits to insurance claims. Fraudsters are also getting super creative. Who's never received an email from a Nigerian royal widow that she's looking for trusted someone to hand over large sums of her inheritance? No wonder why is fraud a big deal.


COLUMN: Trump's China trade deal ignores real issues

#artificialintelligence

By many counts, the trade deal President Trump signed on Jan. 15 with China lacks heft. It doesn't remove all the tariffs, it doesn't impose any major penalties on intellectual property theft, and it punts completely on issues including China's state subsidies to prop up its own companies in international markets. Yet on one matter, the agreement could dramatically alter the U.S.-China relationship and the future of global democracy. If he means it, the United States will make an enormous strategic error: treating this minor trade deal as reason for a closer relationship with Beijing and turning a blind eye to its unfolding atrocities. This new ceasefire on trade should mark the beginning -- not the end -- of assertive, values-based engagement with China.


AI Headhunters & Tech Trends in Global Talent Recruitment

#artificialintelligence

There's an old adage, "good help is hard to get," that is making something of a comeback in today's increasingly dynamic and competitive global human resource industry. In 2016, the HR industry's total operating income reached €491 billion, while 2007-2016 CAGR was about 9 percent. Flexible labour accounts for about 71 percent of modern market share, 20 percent comes from management service providers, 8 percent from high-end talent search, and 1 percent from recruitment process outsourcing and specialized services. Recruitment and staffing are challenging areas that have been getting the most market investments. There are numerous derived services and platforms catering to recruiting: headhunters for high-end talents, background investigation services, consulting firms, and of course the popular online recruitment platforms such as LinkedIn and Glassdoor.


How AI Can Improve Business Efficiency Businessing Mag

#artificialintelligence

Artificial science is a phenomenon today that is expanding the possibilities of uses of artificial intelligence in business. Not only is AI is revolutionizing the world of science, but it is also showing us uses in business that we could only dream about. Although AI is one of the dominating technologies in recent times, not everyone understands the scope of its importance in the world of business. If you are new to the business world, or even an experienced business owner, you'd agree that you need your business to run as efficiently as possible because there's a solid connection between profitability and efficiency. Whether you run a big company, top software development company or you're a multinational business empire, the more efficient your business is, the more productivity and profitability it rakes in.