Blue Pujiang discusses AI in finance

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In finance, machine learning, computer vision and knowledge graphs are the most widely used. "From overseas practices, AI promotes digital finance, …



Volvo Buses Demonstrates Autonomous Driving For Bus Depot

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Volvo Buses demonstrated autonomous driving of an electric bus at a bus depot, which happens to be the first such demo at at real depot, used by bus operator Keolis, outside of Gothenburg, Sweden. The Swedish manufacturer notes that it will take years to make buses self-driving on public roads but depots are a fairly simple application for autonomous driving as the environment is known, with predictable and repetitive traffic flows. Having an option of autonomous driving, bus operators would be able to order buses to park, drive to the wash or charging station, all by itself. It's expected that bus operators will be able to purchase such systems within 5-10 years. "During the demonstration, the fully-electric 12 m autonomous bus successfully drove itself between the parking bay and several workstations including cleaning, servicing and electric charging, before parking itself in the correct bay – all while carrying passengers."


Algorithms that learn to solve tasks by watching 1 Youtube video by Samiran & Shibsankar #ODSC_India

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Two branches of AI - Deep Learning, and Reinforcement Learning are now responsible for many real-world applications. Machine Translation, Speech Recognition, Object Detection, Robot Control, and Drug Discovery - are some of the numerous examples. Both approaches are data hungry - DL requires many examples of each class, and RL needs to play through many episodes to learn a policy. A small child can typically see an image just once, and instantly recognize it in other contexts and environments. We seem to possess an innate model/representation of how the world works, which helps us grasp new concepts and adapt to new situations fast.


Volvo Buses Demonstrates Autonomous Driving For Bus Depot

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Volvo Buses demonstrated autonomous driving of an electric bus at a bus depot, which happens to be the first such demo at at real depot, used by bus operator Keolis, outside of Gothenburg, Sweden. The Swedish manufacturer notes that it will take years to make buses self-driving on public roads but depots are a fairly simple application for autonomous driving as the environment is known, with predictable and repetitive traffic flows. Having an option of autonomous driving, bus operators would be able to order buses to park, drive to the wash or charging station, all by itself. It's expected that bus operators will be able to purchase such systems within 5-10 years. "During the demonstration, the fully-electric 12 m autonomous bus successfully drove itself between the parking bay and several workstations including cleaning, servicing and electric charging, before parking itself in the correct bay – all while carrying passengers."


Otter @ TBD Conference 2019

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Schedule a meeting with Otter: sales@otter.ai Join the event public group on Otter: https://otter.ai/TBDConf About TBD Conference TBD stands for Technology. Attendees leave feeling inspired, energised and action-orientated. The Otter Voice Meeting Notes app transcribes voice to text in real time and generates rich, searchable, shareable notes with AI.


Envestors

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You have bought a small product online from your favorite retailer. Your cart value is at £4.99, now you are at the checkout and the delivery fee is an additional £7.99 on top. The scenario above represents a snapshot of one of the largest problems in online retail. With trillions of dollars spent online annually, when you buy something online, a large chunk of the cost of most shopping carts goes towards delivery. It is widely agreed by industry leaders that the global solution is to automate the last-mile delivery process, thus completely removing the human cost of delivery.


6 AI Healthcare Solutions for Remote Patient Monitoring

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It's no secret that big tech companies like Amazon (AMZN), Microsoft (MSFT), and Alphabet (GOOG), the parent company of Google, are investing in digital healthcare. The market opportunity is pretty enticing when you consider that the U.S. alone spent $3.65 trillion on healthcare just last year. Google made the latest headline-grabbing move when it announced that it would buy wearables maker Fitbit (FIT) in a deal valued at $2.1 billion. Analysts have noted that the acquisition is part of the company's overall strategy to build an ambient intelligent system where Google is omnipresent. Another motive behind the purchase – pending regulatory approvals – is that Fitbit gives Google access to a treasure trove of healthcare data that it can feed to its London-based AI lab DeepMind or its life sciences subsidiary Verily, which is already collaborating on at least one AI healthcare device for remote patient monitoring.


Artificial Intelligence Will Enable the Future, Blockchain Will Secure It :: bitsmart

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Speaking at BlockShow Asia 2019, Todalarity CEO Toufi Saliba posed a hypothetical question to the audience: "How many people would take a pill that made you smarter, knowing they can be controlled by a social entity?". "Now imagine at the same time the pill has autonomous decentralized governance so that no one can control or repurpose that pill but the host – yourself." . "It is when we are at a point of centralizing data that you can begin to think about decentralization


5 Times Artificial Intelligence Made Headlines With Its Creativity

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Artificial intelligence in recent time has proved that it can do wonders. Today, AI is not only in our phones, cars, or in devices that follow our commands, but it has also become the new Picasso of this tech-driven era. In this article, we are going to take a look at some of the most amazing paintings and artworks created by AI in recent times. Recently, there were reports that two paintings by the French art collective Obvious are going to be up for auction in Sotheby's in New York this month. But the best part of this entire event is the fact that the paintings are made by artificial intelligence.