If you are looking for an answer to the question What is Artificial Intelligence? and you only have a minute, then here's the definition the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence offers on its home page: "the scientific understanding of the mechanisms underlying thought and intelligent behavior and their embodiment in machines."
However, if you are fortunate enough to have more than a minute, then please get ready to embark upon an exciting journey exploring AI (but beware, it could last a lifetime) …
AI-based tools have transformed from a vague, futuristic vision into actual products that are used on a day-to-day basis to make real-life decisions. Still, for most people, the inner workings of deep-learning systems remain a mystery. If you don't know what exactly is going on while the input data is fed through layer after layer of a neural network, how are you supposed to test the validity of the output? Are the days of simple tests with a clear and understandable result over? First of all, let's make a clear distinction between testing applications that consume AI-based outputs and testing the actual machine learning systems.
Amplion, a leading precision medicine intelligence company, has released Dx:Revenue, a groundbreaking software solution that enables test providers to identify ideal pharmaceutical partnership opportunities at the right time to advance precision medicine collaboration. Dx: Revenue is an extension of Amplion's core business intelligence platform that leverages proprietary machine learning to deliver tailored insights into pharma and test developer activities. The platform draws from more than 34 million evidence sources such as clinical trials, scientific publications, conference abstracts, FDA cleared and approved tests, lab developed tests, diagnostic and drug pipelines and more in real time, producing prioritized and timely partnering opportunities that are a precise match between a test provider's capabilities and pharma's specific needs. "Precision medicine has a problem," says Chris Capdevila, CEO, Amplion. "There is an insurmountable volume of information with the potential to drive the realization of precision medicine for patients, but accessing that information strategically, effectively and quickly to make the best pharma partnering decisions is beyond human scale. Our company was founded to address this issue by providing critical evidence-based intelligence that supports the strategic decisions pharmaceutical and test developers need to make to be successful."
Artificial neural networks (ANN), the main component of deep-learning algorithms, drew inspiration from the human brain and were meant to replicate its functions. Today, ANNs are not nearly as efficient and versatile as their biological counterparts. Nonetheless, they've yielded many important applications in fields such as computer vision, natural language processing, machine translation, and voice synthesis. And many scientific fields, including neuroscience, cognitive science, and other areas that have to do with the study of the human brain have benefited from the research in artificial general intelligence.
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It was a pleasure and honor to participate at this year's Future Steel Forum 2019 in Budapest to speak about one of my favorite topics, the effective collaboration between human and artificial intelligence. Thanks to the organizer, the presentation is now available for free download. The detailed article "The Alpha Wolf in the Human AI Team" was published inside the accompanying magazine.
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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is redefining the travel industry and helping the businesses to assist the travelers to achieve their goals. AI is helping the traveling industry to keep on offering travelers the cutting edge services. Business in tours and traveling are integrating Artificial intelligence to elevate the traveler's experience. AI enabled apps helps the users or the travelers to autonomously adjust prices of flights or rooms depending on their needs. These days travelers rely on technology to keep moving along in their pursuit of preference around the world.
Transfer learning is the reuse of a pre-trained model on a new problem. It's currently very popular in deep learning because it can train deep neural networks with comparatively little data. This is very useful since most real-world problems typically do not have millions of labeled data points to train such complex models. We'll take a look at what transfer learning is, how it works, why and when you it should be used. Additionally, we'll cover the different approaches of transfer learning and provide you with some resources on already pre-trained models.