In a fast paced world where people desire more in less, Ted Talks are evolving the landscape of learning and spreading education and awareness among people who need it. This platform of education is transforming lectures into interesting interactions consuming less time as several professionals are unable to attend day-long conferences to educate and update themselves. Moreover, in terms of technology or particularly artificial intelligence (AI), the introduction of TED Talks is also beneficial with regard to money owing to its free availability online. Presenters, who are passionate technology experts, take on the stage and speak with such energy and momentum where their enthusiasm contagiously boosts up youngsters. Therefore, here we have brought you the top AI Ted Talks that will elevate your reasoning and education about the technology.
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How well do Robinhood's financials stack up against incumbent online brokerages? While we wait for the seven-year-old company's long-planned IPO, Alex Wilhelm examined Morgan Stanley's big $13 billion purchase of E-Trade for fresh data comparison points. Robinhood has 10 million accounts -- twice what E-Trade has -- but it also appears to make much less money per user and has far fewer assets under management, as he covered for Extra Crunch. So while its fee-free approach has destroyed a key revenue stream for competitors, it still has to grow its own "order-flow" business into its private-market valuation. One solution is to make the platform stickier via social features.
When Stephen Hawking warned of the dangers of Artificial Intelligence in 2015, his concerns were about the Superhuman AI that would pose an existential risk to humanity. But in recent years, much more imminent danger of AI has emerged that even a genius like Hawking could not have predicted. Deepfakes depict people in videos they never appeared in, saying things they never said and doing things they never really did. Some of the harmless ones have the actor Nicolas Cage's face superimposed on his Hollywood's peers while the more serious and dangerous ones target politicians like the US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Deeptrace, a cybersecurity startup based in Amsterdam found 14,698 deepfakes in June and July, an 84% increase since December of 2018 when the number of AI-manipulated videos was 7,964.
Would you be surprised to learn a 120-year-old company is transforming its business with artificial intelligence and technology? Akron, Ohio-based tire maker Goodyear might not be the first company you think of when discussing technological innovation, but they continue to announce intriguing developments and offer proof via new initiatives and products that they are altering operations to be competitive in the future. Regardless if it's an autonomous, electric, or a traditional vehicle, they all need a solid foundation of the right tire for the specific demands of the vehicle. Goodyear uses internet of things technology in its Eagle 360 Urban tire. The tire is 3D printed with super-elastic polymer and embedded with sensors.
The cellular industry's shift from long-distance radio signals to short-distance millimeter waves is one of the 5G era's biggest changes, expected to continue with submillimeter waves over the next decade. To more precisely direct millimeter wave and future terahertz-frequency signals toward user devices, Arizona State University researchers have developed ViWi-BT, a vision-wireless framework that improves beam tracking using computer vision and deep learning. Smartphones historically operated much like other long-distance radios, scanning the airwaves for omnidirectional tower signals and tuning into whatever was strongest and/or closest. But in the 5G and 6G eras, networks of small cells will use beamforming antennas to more specifically target their signals in a given direction toward discovered client devices, which may be contemplating connections from multiple base stations at once. ViWi-BT's goal is to use AI and a device's cameras or lidar capabilities to identify physical impediments and advantages for the beam targeting process, enabling "vision-aided wireless communications."
As an activist, Nandini Jammi has become accustomed to getting harassed online, often by faceless social media accounts. But this time was different: a menacing tweet was sent her way from an account with a profile picture of a woman with blonde hair and a beaming smile. The woman went only by a first name, "Jessica," and her short Twitter biography read: "If you are a bully I will fight you." In her tweet sent to Jammi last July, she said: "why haven't you cleaned your info from Adult Friend Finder? It's only been three years."