One goal of AI work in natural language is to enable communication between people and computers without resorting to memorization of complex commands and procedures. Automatic translation – enabling scientists, business people and just plain folks to interact easily with people around the world – is another goal. Both are just part of the broad field of AI and natural language, along with the cognitive science aspect of using computers to study how humans understand language.
Data science is a required practice for organizations accelerating their journeys to AI. Businesses are keen on hiring the right talent, acquiring the right tools and evolving the discipline. Solving the lack of data scientists' problems requires investment in our employees in terms of time and training. We can't expect these people to just keep on learning for a year before they can be productive. We need to reach a stage where people know enough to start contributing immediately while continuing to improve their skills. As far as the second problem is concerned, taking too much time getting to a usable and tuned model, we need tools to help us optimize our data scientists' productivity.
Deus said that the company considered how to organize knowledge in a way that's different from the way knowledge is traditionally organized. "Once we had this taxonomy, we were actually now able to use standard NLP techniques like Named Entity Recognition, Entity Identification, et cetera. And then the final step is, how do we scale this? Because we've got 16 million individual articles, this is a massive amount of data. So investing on technology that can scale was actually pretty critical.
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The exponential growth in data has proven to be a gamechanger in marketing, especially with the introduction of cognitive computing and AI. IBM Watson is breaking new ground in this area and speaking more on this is Marta McMichael, global director of performance marketing at IBM Watson IoT. With an extensive background in the high-tech industry, Marta has worked in varied roles, including working as a programmer, a consultant and managing large account sales at IBM. It is here at IBM that she discovered her passion for marketing and transitioned into it. In the interview, Marta shares her big career epiphany that helped her refocus on creating value for her clients.
The new-age technologies are changing the overall scenario of the business world and defining the true essence of'Innovation'. These technologies are changing the workspace functionalities and client engagements alongside rolling out a vast array of opportunities for the youngsters of today and tomorrow. From banking to healthcare, these technology advancements are taking the center stage and helping every sector to withstand the changing times. The way of doing business is changing and so is the career space. It is an era where tech-trends are redefining entrepreneurship to its best.
Digitalization is occurring across all manufacturing industries, and the coatings sector is no exception. The quantity of data that can be leveraged to improve all business activities--from new product development to production to customer service--is increasing dramatically. The challenge is to determine where and how to apply technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and natural language processing (NLP) and how to make the data on hand relevant to the problem or question of interest. These questions and others were considered by members of the coatings value chain and their insights are presented below. What types of Big Data can be leveraged by the coatings industry to facilitate research, development, and innovation in general? Sapper, Cal Poly: We need to be asking three questions when it comes to data needs in our industry. What data do we have? What data do we need? And what questions are we trying to answer? A lot of valuable data already exists, but it is tied up in reports, published literature, or subject matter expertise. The data is there, but not collected in a way that allows helpful artificial intelligence and machine learning projects to be performed. Understanding what type of data is needed for a particular project is the first step in identifying where that data might already exist.
Each of these brand-name voice assistants speaks when spoken to, turning on a smart speaker or other voice-activated device that can answer questions. Voice is rapidly emerging as a hands-free medium consumers use for, well, just about anything -- music, news feeds, hints on removing stains, instructions for mixing cocktails. In homes, people use voice commands to adjust interconnected lights and thermostats, and search for -- and even buy -- products and services. Think of cave dwellers huddled around a fire pit enraptured by hunting tales, or a 1940s nuclear family gathered in front of a radio for the next episode of The Lone Ranger. And until recently, forms of entertainment and media that relied solely on voice seemed to be on the decline.
Today, Microsoft and Nuance Communications announced a strategic partnership to accelerate the development of Nuance's Ambient Clinical Intelligence (ACI) solution, announced at HIMSS earlier this year. Built on Microsoft Azure, the partnership will bring together the two companies' strengths in developing ambient sensing and conversational AI solutions in order to reduce the burden of clinical documentation, so doctors can focus more time on patients. Physician burnout is at epidemic levels. A recent study shows that primary care doctors now spend two hours on administrative tasks for every hour they're involved in direct patient care. Physicians reported one to two hours of after-hours work each night, mostly related to administrative tasks.
For my capstone project at Metis, I decided to continue the work I was doing with natural language, film characterization and IBM Watson personality insights. In my previous project, I had successfully visualized the big five personality profiles of film characters across a single genre. However, for this project, I decided to take the work several steps further. Before embarking on my journey to become a data scientist, my work was primarily rooted in the immersive experience design industry. While I have been in the industry for nearly a decade, in 2015 I founded my own immersive experience company called Screenshot Productions.