Sanmay Das, Professor, Computer Science, is conducting an exploratory study in the use of techniques from artificial intelligence (AI) to improve early screening and the delivery of targeted assistance to households that are at risk of future homelessness and child maltreatment. Das and the other members of the research team seek to develop novel methods for allocation of scarce housing support to at-risk households, taking into account considerations of both overall efficiency and fairness. This work will necessitate novel problem formulation and algorithm development in AI as well as creating new ethical methods for deciding on how to effectively deliver social services while considering the vast complexity of human behavior. Das is collaborating with Patrick J. Fowler, Associate Professor at Washington University in St. Louis, on this project. The researchers will explore the feasibility of using novel algorithmic techniques to inform societal decision-making on the allocation of scarce resources, with the specific goal of improving service system outcomes for both homelessness and child welfare.
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There is a popular media narrative that AI will take over teachers. If anything, AI will be a new tool in teachers' toolkits. Teachers spend a good portion of their time reeling with administrative burdens. AI will not replace them but free up their time to focus on what they do best – helping students grow to comprehend the world. ARTiBA explores the impact of Artificial Intelligence in Education, its future, and the ongoing AI and ML innovations in the sector.
A Bachelor's study usually takes six semesters; a Master's study takes four. But this is only an outline. I've witnessed people doing their BA in three semesters and some taking nine semesters. Sometimes there are so many exciting courses that you voluntarily stay longer to learn it all. Therefore, I've loosely structured the recreated curriculum into four semesters.
Each year, Microsoft Build is like Christmas for developers, especially those focused on the Microsoft stack. It's when they make the most exciting announcements, release the best new software, and start to solidify the roadmap of innovation for the next year. While we don't get to enjoy the conference in person this year, we do get the same great collection of announcements. This year's highlight for engineers and developers interested in machine learning is the Azure Applied AI Services. Microsoft has been Democratizing AI since 2016. Applied AI Services takes this ideal another step forward. Microsoft has already made machine learning accessible to developers through their outstanding Cognitive Services, and this offering will make certain scenarios even more accessible.
Award-winning game designer Jessica Hammer will soon level up when she takes on the role of interim associate director of the Human-Computer Interaction Institute in Carnegie Mellon University's School of Computer Science. "We are lucky to do exceptional research and teaching at the HCII. Even better, we get to combine the two to shape the future of human-computer interaction," said Hammer, the HCII's Thomas and Lydia Moran Assistant Professor of Learning Science. "I want to make sure that all members of our community -- from our first-year undergraduates to the most senior faculty -- can contribute to this mission." Hammer, who has often learned the hard way how to develop a game to meet its vision, said that her training will help her ensure the department's practices and organizations are best suited to meet its goals.
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This code pattern is part of the Getting started with IBM Maximo Visual Inspection learning path. After a deep learning computer vision model is trained and deployed, it is often necessary to periodically (or continuously) evaluate the model with new test data. This developer code pattern provides a Jupyter Notebook that will take test images with known "ground-truth" categories and evaluate the inference results versus the truth. We will use a Jupyter Notebook to evaluate an IBM Maximo Visual Inspection image classification model. You can train a model using the provided example or test your own deployed model.
CompTIA has launched a new artificial intelligence guide to help businesses in their decision making process. CompTIA, a nonprofit association for the information technology industry and workforce, offers guidance, answers questions and provides information to help organisations as more companies explore the viability of adding artificial intelligence into their business processes. Artificial Intelligence in Business: Top Considerations Before Implementing AI was produced by the CompTIA Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council, a group of thought leaders and innovators committed to accelerating the adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies. "Artificial intelligence is already prevalent in many business processes and applications used daily, and there are almost limitless other opportunities where it can be utilised," says Annette Taber, senior vice president for industry outreach and relations at CompTIA. "However, artificial intelligence processes are complex," she says.
AI is finally here and most of us are already actively using it in our day-to-day life. To prepare our future generation to harness these technologies, educators need to understand how they can use AI, use it to facilitate learning and solve real-world problems. The course is aimed at all educators who would like to use AI, irrespective of the topic which they teach. The course assumes no prior knowledge of AI and will start by introducing the basic concepts. It will then illustrate a number of fun exercises which can be used with the students, to help them understand these concepts.