Learn about how Artificial Intelligence is changing the world in this Unstructured Data Solutions special interview with Sofia the Robot. During the Magic of AI series Thomas Henson (UDS Senior Systems Engineer) sat down for Coffee with Sofia the Robot where the topic of AI came up. Sofia's thoughts on AI in the Enterprise and why she thinks Deep Learning is a major driver for AI adoption. To learn more at: https://bit.ly/2Hiwthx
Apple's new high-end iPhone will make any traditional camera manufacturer tremble. The iPhone 11 Pro, unveiled at a special Apple event on Tuesday, not only has three cameras in the back--each having its own functions--but also for the first time utilizes artificial intelligence to take a photo. Yes, the next time you feel proud of snapping a perfect pic, it may have actually been the little robot living inside your phone. Here's how it works: On the iPhone 11 Pro, every time you are about to take a picture, the cameras will quickly take eight images of the object before you press the shutter. When you actually take a photo, the phone will compare your image against the eight previously taken ones and merge the best pixels of each image into one final product.
Whether we know it or not, artificial intelligence (AI) is already steeped into everyday life. It's present in the way social media feeds are organised; the way predictive searches show up on Google; and how music services such as Spotify make song suggestions. The technology is also helping transform the way enterprises do business. Commonwealth Bank of Australia, for instance, has applied AI to analyse 200 billion data points to free up more time so its customer service officers can focus on doing exactly what their title suggests: servicing customers. As a result, the bank has seen a 400% uplift in customer engagement.
CHIBA – At this year's Tokyo Game Show, the big draw was next-generation 5G networking -- setting pulses racing with the prospect of a radically more immersive gaming experience. Offering data transmission speeds around 100 times faster than 4G, 5G is expected to enable more seamless imagery -- particularly lower latency, more vivid images -- and sharper motion. Industry experts say it will dramatically improve the quality of augmented and virtual reality games. "It was very smooth, responsive and consistent," said Omar Alshiji, a 23-year-old game designer from Bahrain, after trying out the fighting game Tekken at the NTT Docomo Inc. booth. The major mobile carrier installed 5G base stations at its booth this year, making the high-speed network available at the show.
It's been 10 years since the first ever Mario AI Competition, so I return to the world of Super Mario level generation research and catch up one some of the more interesting examples that have arisen in recent years. This video is inspired by the following AI research papers and projects: NOOR SHAKER: http://lynura.com/publications.php It's is supported through and wouldn't be possible wthout the wonderful people who support it on Patreon. You can follow AI and Games (and me) on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram: http://www.facebook.com/AIandGames
Retail Industry is looking at Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) as a solution to take their organization to the next level of productivity and customer experience. To explain this better, let us look at it this way – Retail companies have access to a massive amount of data about their customers and their shopping preferences. It is difficult for the companies to drill down into these huge mines of useful data and analyze it properly and derive actionable insights in real time. Therefore, massive amounts of this useful information could go waste which would otherwise have helped in increasing sales conversion rates or enhancing the customer satisfaction. With the help of AI and ML, the huge amount of big data could be used in creating web shops that take customer information and turn it into targeted shopping experiences or online chatbots that can easily answer questions and assist customers, or in-store intelligence to make the customer experience even more interactive.
Over the last few weeks, I have taken a deep dive into the world of Artificial Intelligence (AI). It's a space that requires continuous learning and the blogs that I have written are just a pin prick in the vast opportunities that this space presents. In thinking about intelligence and our future, my mind starts to work through the different models that surround us – from business models; to educational systems; and to seeing how natural systems are changing and adapting. Google defines intelligence as "the ability to acquire and apply knowledge and skills". A broad definition and I am sure it will be challenged on a few levels.
CHIBA – Next-generation 5G networking was the big draw at Tokyo Game Show 2019, setting pulses racing with the prospect of a radically more immersive gaming experience. Offering data transmission speeds around 100 times faster than 4G, 5G is expected to enable more seamless imagery with lower latency, more vivid images and sharper motion. Industry experts say it will dramatically improve the quality of augmented and virtual reality games. "It was very smooth, responsive and consistent," said Omar Alshiji, a 23-year-old game designer from Bahrain, after trying out the fighting game "Tekken" at the NTT Docomo Inc. booth at the four-day game show in Chiba. The major mobile carrier installed 5G base stations at its booth this year, making the high-speed network available at the show.