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Ford dealers gain access to AI tool for used-car sales

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More dealerships are using artificial intelligence to digest and glean insights from inventory data. Ford and Lincoln stores are next. FordDirect, a joint venture between Ford Motor Co. and its dealers to help stores with digital marketing, has endorsed a used-vehicle report tool that takes advant...


AI And Automotive Retail In 2018: The Future Is Here

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CarStory uses big data to help match car buyers with potential vehicles in their area. Data is the lifeblood of AI. In the last two years alone, approximately 90% of the world's data was created. In combination with processing power, data has allowed for companies to make greater advancements in th...


TechX365 - Industry 4.0: What Enterprises Need to Do to Thrive, Not Simply Survive

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Businesses of the future will be defined by technologies such as the Internet of Things, supercomputing, virtual reality, robotics and artificial intelligence. They form a critical part of so-called "Industry 4.0" and the rise of automation and big data in a wide variety of sectors. Technological revolutions come and go. The first industrial era dawned in the 1700s when sophisticated mechanical systems emerged. Then came electricity and the rise of computers.


3 Key Processes You Need to Implement AI

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Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt has suggested machine learning would be the one commonality for every big startup over the next five years. The inference here is that machine learning, or AI, will be as revolutionary as the Internet, the mobile phone, the personal computer; heck, I'll say it, as game changing as sliced bread. AI is responsible for many simple experiences we already take for granted: the Netflix "recommended for you" and the Facebook feeds that happen to show travel deals for places we've been searching. Another opportunity is the soon-to-be-ubiquitous self-driving cars and the growth of devices that can help plan your life. Here, AI will be based on what machines have "learned" about your habits, preferences, and any other data they can connect with that might pick up on things like traffic or consumer information.


Can math predict what you'll do next?

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Good scientists are not only able to uncover patterns in the things they study, but to use this information to predict the future. Meteorologists study atmospheric pressure and wind speed to predict the trajectories of future storms. A biologist may predict the growth of a tumor based on its current size and development. A financial analyst may try to predict the ups and downs of a stock based on things like market capitalization or cash flow. Perhaps even more interesting than the above phenomena is that of predicting the behavior of human beings.


Developing the AI future

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is starting to change how many businesses operate. The ability to accurately process and deliver data faster than any human could is already transforming how we do everything from studying diseases and understanding road traffic behaviour to managing finances and predicting weather patterns. For business leaders, AI's potential could be fundamental for future growth. With so much on offer and at stake, the question is no longer simply what AI is capable of, but where AI can best be used to deliver immediate business benefits. According to Forrester, 70% of enterprises will be implementing AI in some way over the next year.


Privacy fears over artificial intelligence as crimestopper

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Police in the US state of Delaware are poised to deploy "smart" cameras in cruisers to help authorities detect a vehicle carrying a fugitive, missing child or straying senior. The video feeds will be analyzed using artificial intelligence to identify vehicles by license plate or other features and "give an extra set of eyes" to officers on patrol, says David Hinojosa of Coban Technologies, the company providing the equipment. "We are helping officers keep their focus on their jobs," said Hinojosa, who touts the new technology as a "dashcam on steroids." The program is part of a growing trend to use vision-based AI to thwart crime and improve public safety, a trend which has stirred concerns among privacy and civil liberties activists who fear the technology could lead to secret "profiling" and misuse of data. US-based startup Deep Science is using the same technology to help retail stores detect in real time if an armed robbery is in progress, by identifying guns or masked assailants.


Artificial Intelligence and Supercomputers to Help Alleviate Urban Traffic Problems

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Look above the traffic light at a busy intersection in your city and you will probably see a camera. These devices may have been installed to monitor traffic conditions and provide visuals in the case of a collision. But can they do more? Can they help planners optimize traffic flow or identify sites that are most likely to have accidents? And can they do so without requiring individuals to slog through hours of footage?


Artificial intelligence and supercomputers to help alleviate urban traffic problems

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Look above the traffic light at a busy intersection in your city and you will probably see a camera. These devices may have been installed to monitor traffic conditions and provide visuals in the case of a collision. But can they do more? Can they help planners optimize traffic flow or identify sites that are most likely to have accidents? And can they do so without requiring individuals to slog through hours of footage?


Machine Learning is the Solution to the Big Data Problem Caused by the IoT 7wData

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Big Data has already made fundamental changes to the way businesses operate. There are huge advantages for companies who can derive value from their data, but these opportunities come with challenges, too. For some, this is the challenge of acquiring data from new sources. For others, it is the task of building a scalable infrastructure that can manage the data in aggregate. For a brave few, it means extracting value from the data by implementing advanced analytic techniques and tools.