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TensorFlow 3D: Deep Learning for Autonomous Cars' 3D Perception


Google has released TensorFlow 3D, a library that adds 3D deep-learning capabilities to the TensorFlow machine-learning framework. The new library brings tools and resources that allow researchers to develop and deploy 3D scene understanding models. TensorFlow 3D contains state-of-the-art models for 3D deep learning with GPU acceleration. These models have a wide range of applications from 3D object detection (e.g. For instance, 3D object detection is a hard problem using point cloud data due to high sparsity.

The 10 Best Machine Learning Tools to Look For in 2021


With ever-growing data generation and its usage, the demand for machine learning models is multiplying. As ML systems encompass algorithms and rich ML libraries, it helps analyze data and make decisions. There is no wonder that machine learning is gaining more visibility as ML applications are dominating almost every aspect of the modern-day world. With rapidly increasing exploration and adoption of this technology in businesses, it is setting the ground for ample employment opportunities. However, landing a career in this disruptive field, you must be well-equipped and familiar with some of the best machine learning tools to create efficient and functional ML algorithms. Here are the 10 best machine learning tools to look for in 2021.

AI in Digital Marketing: Separating the Facts From the Fiction


Imagine if your digital marketing tools had the capacity to predict the future. What would you do with that crystal ball? Or providing each user a set of search results that have shown to be the most likely to yield a conversion? Recommending a product through a web campaign that can be most effective to prompt an engagement? This is where artificial intelligence is most effective for digital marketers.

Industry Tech Outlook Magazine


If intelligence and consciousness can indeed be reduced to series of mathematical models then carbon based human beings are a much better deployment vehicle than computers, their silica based counterparts. Carbon based systems have actually been perfected over millions of years through slow-but-steady Darwinian evolutionary approach, while their silica based counterparts have evolved over last 70 years by human beings themselves. Who will excel whom, and at what point of time, is the debate which has been raging since past several decades but never before it had been so cued towards artificial intelligence (AI). One way to think about AI is in terms of Descriptive, Predictive, and Prescriptive analytics, with the next step leading to Autonomous AI. Descriptive explains the data through visualization and basic statistics, predictive helps one predict future events, while prescriptive prescribes an action to a human as a response to a future event.

AI: Facebook's new algorithm was trained on one billion Instagram pics


Facebook's researchers have unveiled a new AI model that can learn from any random group of unlabeled images on the internet. Facebook's researchers have unveiled a new AI model that can learn from any random group of unlabeled images on the internet, in a breakthrough that, although still in its early stages, the team expects to generate a "revolution" in computer vision. Dubbed SEER (SElf-SupERvised), the model was fed one billion publicly available Instagram images, which had not previously been manually curated. But even without the labels and annotations that typically go into algorithm training, SEER was able to autonomously work its way through the dataset, learning as it was going, and eventually achieving top levels of accuracy on tasks such as object detection. The method, aptly named self-supervised learning, is already well-established in the field of AI: it consists of creating systems that can learn directly from the information they are given, without having to rely on carefully labeled datasets to teach them how to perform a task such as recognizing an object in a photo or translating a block of text.

Understanding Deep Learning vs Machine Learning


In the coming years, surviving in either industry or academics field with deep learning and machine learning abilities will most likely play an important role. It can seem difficult to grasp the latest developments in artificial intelligence (AI), but if you're keen to learn the fundamentals, you can break many AI technologies down to two concepts: machine learning and deep learning. These terms also seem to be identical buzzwords, hence understanding the distinctions is significant. Deep learning is a concept of artificial intelligence (AI) that mimics the functioning of the human brain in data processing and the development of patterns for decision-making use. It is an artificial intelligence subset of machine learning with networks that learn without being managed from unstructured or unlabeled data.

HPE-NVIDIA Centers of Excellence Drive AI Expertise in Every Industry - The Next Platform


Leading-edge techniques like deep learning are quickly gaining traction as today's enterprises attempt to extract real-time insights from massive data volumes. However, many businesses are looking to get started with deep learning and may be unsure of how to acquire the tools and expertise required for success. New Centers of Excellence (CoEs) from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and NVIDIA are addressing these key challenges and providing access to the technological tools and skills that will help customers in every industry better utilize these key innovations. Many businesses today are striving to fully leverage all of their data as a rapidly expanding'Internet of Things' generates a massive amount of data every day. It's become quite a task to analyze, classify, recognize, and categorize such large data volumes, not to mention convert it into actionable intelligence that can be used to drive competitive advantage.

What is AI? Everything you need to know about Artificial Intelligence


The presence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more ubiquitous as large companies like Netflix, Amazon, Spotify, etc. are continually deploying Artificial Intelligence related solutions that interact with users every day. When properly applied to business problems, these Artificial Intelligence related solutions can provide unique solutions that create a significant impact for businesses and users. Artificial Intelligence, the name itself explains its definition. Natural Intelligence is intelligence displayed by humans and animals. Artificial Intelligence is intelligence displayed by machines, which is not natural.

System brings deep learning to Internet of Things devices


This branch of artificial intelligence curates your social media and serves your Google search results. Soon, deep learning could also check your vitals or set your thermostat. MIT researchers have developed a system that could bring deep learning neural networks to new--and much smaller--places, like the tiny computer chips in wearable medical devices, household appliances, and the 250 billion other objects that constitute the "internet of things" (IoT). The system, called MCUNet, designs compact neural networks that deliver unprecedented speed and accuracy for deep learning on IoT devices, despite limited memory and processing power. The technology could facilitate the expansion of the IoT universe while saving energy and improving data security.

What Is Deep Learning and what is Artificial Neural Networking…


Deep learning is an Artificial intelligence function that imitates the workings of the human brain in processing data and creating patterns for use in decision making. Deep learning is a subset of machine learning in artificial intelligence that has networks capable of learning unsupervised from data that is unstructured or unlabeled. Also known as deep neural learning or deep neural network. Deep learning is an AI function that mimics the workings of the human brain in processing data for use in detecting objects, recognizing speech, translating languages, and making decisions. Deep learning AI is able to learn without human supervision, drawing from data that is both unstructured and unlabeled.