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4 Penny Stocks To Watch After Recent News Sparks Market Momentum

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The premarket hours are back in the red again on Wednesday. But we're seeing plenty of penny stocks shine. The fact that most small-cap stocks are disconnected from the overall market trend is something I think is overlooked. While not all penny stocks will respond this way, many do. We saw this today with several of the breakout, midstream oil stocks that were moving hugely in after-hours trading on Tuesday evening.


7 Things You Need To Know Before Investing in Artificial Intelligence

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We cannot fathom how deeply Artificial Intelligence (or AI for short) is involved in our day-to-day tasks – from simple chatbots helping us in online shopping to taking the help of Robo-Advisors to make investment-related decisions. Almost every leading company is utilizing AI tech, an industry that is speculated to be worth around $390 billion by 2025. As easy as it sounds, AI is still a dynamic category of technology, and it can be exhausting to keep up with its countless subsets. However, if you are considering investing in AI-driven companies, it is salient to gather vast knowledge about the types of investments that are available and knowing which type of AI is trending the most. Now that more companies are starting to rely successfully on AI with tremendous profits, stocks for AI companies are becoming highly attractive to potential investors.


Top Fascinating Application of Deep Learning

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Deep Learning is changing the way we look at technologies. There is a lot of excitement around Artificial Intelligence (AI) along with its branches namely Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning at the moment. With massive amounts of computational power, machines can now recognize objects and translate speech in real time. Artificial intelligence is finally getting smart. It's predicted that many deep learning applications will affect your life in the near future.


GPT-3 Creative Fiction

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What if I told a story here, how would that story start?" Thus, the summarization prompt: "My second grader asked me what this passage means: …" When a given prompt isn't working and GPT-3 keeps pivoting into other modes of completion, that may mean that one hasn't constrained it enough by imitating a correct output, and one needs to go further; writing the first few words or sentence of the target output may be necessary.


A List of Artificial Intelligence Tools for Industry Specific

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Here's a look at industry specific companies that utilise various forms of artificial intelligence to solve some really interesting and particular problems for different markets. If you want to be included in any of the list don't forget to comment below. If you use Apple News or similar simple visit the site on a web browser to make comments. Imagia -- helps detect changes in cancer early Kuznech -- computer vision products range Lunit Inc. -- a range of medical imaging software Zebra Medical Vision -- medical imaging to help physicians and practitioners Aerial Achron -- automated UAV operations Airware -- drones for industrial purposes Alive.ai Developers, Studios and Consultants (only a few listed) Aitia Amplify Applied AI Blindspot Solutions Cogent Crossing Minds DSP Expert Systems Explosion Minds.ai


The Alliance of Superpowers: What Good Can We Get From Blockch-AI-n?

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Both "artificial intelligence" and "blockchain" are among the most hyped words in technology these days, and there are good reasons for that. There seemingly isn't a day that goes by without hot news regarding AI being better than humans at, for example, visually detecting lung cancer signals or natural language translation. The same could be said of news covering new applications of the blockchain -- be it in finance, where more banks have started using this technology, or transformation of our cities into decentralized villages, or so-called smart cities. A natural consequence of such common use of these words in the news is that we start to wonder whether the two can join forces to provide the ultimate boost to the advancement of the human race. At first glance, the two technologies seem to be so different in their basic applications that it appears any contact points would be unlikely.


The Future of AI Part 3

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This article will focus on the impact of AI, 5G, Edge Computing on the healthcare sector in the 2020s as well as a section on Quantum Computing's potential impact on AI, healthcare and financial services. The next in the series will deal with how we can use AI in the fight against climate change including the protection of the Amazon, smart cities and AGI. For those who are new to AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, I recommend taking a look at the following article entitled "An Introduction to AI." I will refer to Machine Learning and Deep Learning as being subsets of AI. Furthermore, this article is non-exhaustive in relation to potential applications of AI to healthcare and Quantum Computing to various sectors of the economy. The reason for the focus on AI in healthcare is in light of recent articles by a few senior medical practitioners in the US expressing concern about the role of AI in healthcare. Some of the concerns expressed such as the need for improved sharing of data ...


6G, quantum computing among conference highlights

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"The advancement of science and technologies will improve people's lives and reduce social inequality, while making an economic impact," Narong Sirilertworakul, president of the NSTDA, said at the agency's annual technology conference yesterday. The 5G mobile network is not only 20 times faster than 4G, but also helps connect other technologies, namely AI, big data, cloud and the Internet of Things (IoT). Although 6G technology is still in the early stages, it's expected to be more than 1,000 times faster than 5G, Mr Narong said. He has seen the rise of quantum computing and engineering, while higher internet speeds for the IoT and sensor technology are key to driving data usage. Powerful computing is needed to help solve complex tasks, such as decoding DNA.


The Future of AI Part 3

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This article will focus on the impact of AI, 5G, Edge Computing on the healthcare sector in the 2020s as well as a section on Quantum Computing's potential impact on AI, healthcare and financial services. The next in the series will deal with how we can use AI in the fight against climate change including the protection of the Amazon, smart cities and AGI. For those who are new to AI, Machine Learning and Deep Learning, I recommend taking a look at the following article entitled "An Introduction to AI." I will refer to Machine Learning and Deep Learning as being subsets of AI. Furthermore, this article is non-exhaustive in relation to potential applications of AI to healthcare and Quantum Computing to various sectors of the economy. The reason for the focus on AI in healthcare is in light of recent articles by a few senior medical practitioners in the US expressing concern about the role of AI in healthcare. Some of the concerns expressed such as the need for improved sharing of data ...


Secure Architectures Implementing Trusted Coalitions for Blockchained Distributed Learning (TCLearn)

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The distributed learning could be monitored by a centralized certification authority which Deep learning algorithms, such as deep convolutional would be in charge of the validation of each iteration of the neural networks (CNN) [1], are efficient tools to help data learning process. Alternatively, a blockchain could be used scientists process the huge amounts of potentially very sensitive to store auditable records of each and every transaction on data generated e.g. in medical, financial or industrial an immutable decentralized ledger. This approach has been applications (including data generated from smart sensors suggested in [7], where it is advocated that blockchains can such as smart meters and other IoT sensors for smart cities be used to store signatures of patient records.