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) …
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In the context of high-level languages like Python, Matlab, and R, the term vectorization describes the use of optimized, pre-compiled code written in a low-level language (e.g. C) to perform mathematical operations over a sequence of data. This is done in place of an explicit iteration written in the native language code (e.g. a "for-loop" written in Python). Vectorization allows the elimination of the for-loops in python code. It is especially important in Deep learning as we are dealing with large numbers of datasets.
In this article, I will review Towards Automatic Learning of Procedures from Web Instructional Videos. Zhou et al.  introduce a recipe dataset that contains videos of cooking some foods and corresponding recipe information. Since video data is more informative than image data, I think it is more complicated to handle this type of data. It should be utilized as much as possible. Procedural videos contain a lot of steps that build things.
"You put a car on the road which may be driving by the letter of the law, but compared to the surrounding road users, it's acting very conservatively. This can lead to situations where the autonomous car is a bit of a fish out of water," said Motional's Karl Iagnemma. Autonomous vehicles have control systems that learn how to emulate safe steering controls in a variety of situations based on real-world datasets of human driving trajectories. However, it is extremely hard to program the decision-making process given the infinite possible scenarios on real roads. Meanwhile, real-world data on "edge cases" (such as nearly crashing or being forced off the road) are hard to come by.
AI has finally settled into the mainstream. Successful proof-of-concepts have emerged in a number of industries, and there have been many examples of successful plant-floor deployments of AI. Some organizations have applied AI/ML projects across the enterprise to complete pipelines. This overall maturity is changing the way companies view the strategic value of AI and the areas in which they want its benefits to be realized. Let's look at 10 AI company strategy trends currently diagnosed by industry experts.
Modern machine learning methods have enabled major advances in analyzing big data, but the current state-of-the-art technology is not suited for the intricacies of surveys that use complex sampling methods. With the support of a three-year, $337,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, Assistant Professor of Statistics Paul Parker will develop statistical and machine learning methods to best suit the analysis of complex surveys produced by federal statistics agencies.
In this article we will use some concepts that I have already introduced in my previous article. BERT is a language model based heavily on the Transformer encoder. If you are unfamiliar with Transformers I recommend reading this amazing article. In the masked language model (MLM), an input word (or token) is masked and BERT has to try to figure out what the masked word is. For the next sentence prediction (NSP) task, two sentences are given in input to BERT, and he has to figure out whether the second sentence follows semantically from the first one.
Artists are using computer programs with machine learning algorithms to generate the images. We use AI to create abstract digital art paintings that would be impossible for humans to create on their own. Artificial intelligence art is a fascinating and rapidly growing field. Don t miss to own one of its early creations.
Seeing a need, researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM) have developed a novel artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm based on a framework called representation learning to classify lung cancer subtype based on lung tissue images from resected tumors. "We are developing novel AI-based methods that can bring efficiency to assessing digital pathology data. Pathology practice is in the midst of a digital revolution. Computer-based methods are being developed to assist the expert pathologist. Also, in places where there is no expert, such methods and technologies can directly assist diagnosis," explains corresponding author Vijaya B. Kolachalama, PhD, FAHA, assistant professor of medicine and computer science at BUSM.
In 1869, the English judge Baron Bramwell rejected the idea that "because the world gets wiser as it gets older, therefore it was foolish before." Financial regulators should adopt this same reasoning when reviewing financial institutions' efforts to make their lending practices fairer using advanced technology like artificial intelligence and machine learning. If regulators don't, they risk holding back progress by incentivizing financial institutions to stick with the status quo rather than actively look for ways to make lending more inclusive. The simple, but powerful, concept articulated by Bramwell underpins a central public policy pillar: You can't use evidence that someone improved something against them to prove wrongdoing. In law this is called the doctrine of "subsequent remedial measures." It incentivizes people to continually improve products, experiences and outcomes without fear that their efforts will be used against them.