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) …
We've all had noisy neighbors at one point in our life. Whether it's at a cafe or through a wall of an apartment, it is always disruptive. The need for good manners in shared spaces turns out to be important not just for people, but for your Docker containers too. When you're running in the cloud your containers are in a shared space; in particular they share the CPU's memory hierarchy of the host instance. Because microprocessors are so fast, computer architecture design has evolved towards adding various levels of caching between compute units and the main memory, in order to hide the latency of bringing the bits to the brains.
This event is running from 27 September 2018 until 30 January 2020. Records365 is a records management SaaS for organizations that need to meet industry or governmental regulations in one or more content sources such as Office 365, SharePoint, box, exchange online, physical records, file shares and more. Attend this webinar, hosted by Paul Kelly, RecordPoint's Technical Sales & Delivery Manager, for a quick and interactive overview of how Record365 delivers easy, modern, and trusted records management and compliance, including: – Platform agnostic records management compliant with local and global standards – In-place records management across a range of electronic and physical content sources – Rules-based classification to automate your records life-cycle – Leveraging the power of Artificial Intelligence to maximize your total compliance efforts – Simple event-based retention – Zero impact to end users
Bindu Reddy, co-founder and chief executive of startup Reality Engines, unveiled a slew of enterprise apps based on cutting-edge deep learning techniques. "Our moat comes both from constantly innovating and in getting more and more practice on key enterprise use-cases," said Reddy, who was formerly head of "AI verticals" at Amazon's AWS cloud service. Barely a year old, Reality Engines of San Francisco emerged from stealth mode on Tuesday, announcing a slew of artificial intelligence offerings to perform corporate tasks such as budgeting for cloud services or monitoring corporate networks for break-ins. Most exciting of all is that the tiny 18-person team has some very novel takes on deep learning forms of AI, the product of seasoned vets in machine learning technology and products. This is no me-too chatbot service, it would appear.
UPS is bringing dynamic routing to its on-road integrated optimization and navigation (ORION) platform, as the package delivery and logistics giant looks to reduce the number of miles traveled, fuel consumed, and CO2 emitted. For context, UPS delivers some 21 million packages globally each day, with many UPS drivers making well over 100 stops per shift. Figuring out the optimum route that each driver should travel to expedite deliveries (and reduce costs) is a challenge given the sheer number of combinations available. It's generally accepted that avoiding left-turns is a good thing due to the idling involved, which means that maximizing the number of right turns is desirable -- but computing all the possible permutations for this across 100 delivery destinations is a task of herculean proportions. And that is what ORION is essentially about.
The U.S. economy continues to expand, with reports from the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicating there are more job openings in the U.S. than people to fill them. Despite this data, working Americans are very concerned about job loss due to AI and automation, especially as politicians fan the flames of fear to gain advantage as the election race heats up. Democratic primary candidate and tech entrepreneur Andrew Yang has proposed the Freedom Dividend, a form of universal basic income (UBI) to supplement income lost by automation. Senator Elizabeth Warren is instead focusing on policy reform, training her sights on the multinational corporations moving their factories overseas. Former Vice President Joe Biden has proposed 14 years of public education in an effort to prepare workers for a future where technology reigns.
The artificial intelligence platforms market size is poised to grow by USD 6.95 billion during the period 2019-2023, according to the latest market research report by Technavio. This press release features multimedia. Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled global artificial intelligence platforms market 2019-2023. Governments across the world are increasingly promoting AI technology through investments in R&D and by developing education programs to train the workforce with AI skills, which can support businesses across industries. Retail, BFSI, and manufacturing are a few of the major industries that are increasing their investments in AI to automate business functions.
We just entered 2020 and being a digital marketer, it is crucial to be attentive to the trends and technologies which can affect digital advertising and marketing. We often say "time flies," and this is equally applicable to consumer interests which are constantly changing and are getting harder to understand inherently. Previously, voice search optimization, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and machine learning were considered new but not yet impactful technologies. Today, these technologies are at the top of the priority list of marketers. Talking about artificial intelligence (AI), let's see how it's going to affect digital marketing in 2020: Conversational AI does it all!