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) …
It only took four years, but Google has finally released a successor to the Google Home smart speaker. At its hardware event on Wednesday, the company announced the all-new Nest Audio for $99. The smart speaker comes equipped with a 19mm tweeter and 75mm mid-woofer, which is supposed to give you a fuller and more natural sound. In comparison to the original Google Home, Google claims it delivers 50 percent more bass and 75 percent more volume. Google's Media EQ feature, first introduced in the Google Home Max, is also included in the new Nest Audio.
A report on the public perception of self-driving vehicles in the United States found that 62% of people surveyed believe autonomous vehicles are the way of the future, and that enthusiasm for those vehicles has risen since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The survey of more than 1,000 Americans and its accompanying Consumer Mobility Report comes from Motional, a driverless technology company created by Hyundai and Aptive. Motional was created to work on commercial uses of SAE level four vehicles, which are fully autonomous and able to perform all tasks from the beginning to the end of a trip. Along with finding enthusiasm for driverless vehicles rising, Motional also found that there's a knowledge gap around self-driving vehicles that plays directly into an enthusiasm gap. Respondents who rated themselves extremely knowledgeable about autonomous vehicles were far more likely to believe that those on the road to day are safe and reliable (76%), versus those that said they are less knowledgeable, of whom only 10% said current self-driving vehicles are safe.
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Collaboration Will Allow Care Providers on Amwell Platform to Remotely Examine Patients Using Streaming Information From Tyto Devices, Extending the Scope of Care Rendered at Home. Amwell, a national telehealth leader, announced it is expanding its partnership with Tyto Care, the healthcare industry's first all-in-one modular device and examination platform for AI-powered, on-demand, remote medical exams. Together the companies will introduce exclusive integrations and newly designed workflows and tools to enhance the ability for providers using the Amwell platform to examine and diagnose patients virtually. Additionally, Amwell will become a reseller of Tyto Care's integrated devices. By pairing the TytoHome handheld examination device – which enables on-demand examinations of the heart, lungs, abdomen, skin, throat, ears, heart rate, and body temperature – with Amwell's telehealth platform, providers can guide patients through virtual health examinations and together gain real-time insight into a patient's health data and status directly in the visit.
SS&C Health to Offer Wiseman's Payer and EHR Agnostic Platform for Provider Intelligence SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. announced that it has partnered with Wiseman Innovations, LLC, a population health technology company. SS&C will be an independent, authorized reseller of Wiseman's 360PlatformTM to health payers and providers. The payer-agnostic platform delivers value-based analytics to providers at the point of care within their existing electronic health/medical record (EHR/EMR) system. "Wiseman's proven technology is complementary to SS&C Health's health optimization suite and builds on the momentum surrounding our population health tools," said SS&C Health's President, Daniel Del Mastro. "The offering increases the payer-provider alignment and trust crucial in the risk-sharing arrangements of value-based care programs. Together, we deliver the scalable and interoperable solutions that are needed for sustainable results in value-based care."
And we're just getting started. As we grow and develop a long-term product strategy around our use of data and AI, we acknowledge our responsibility to create a values-based system to guide how we use and develop AI. By applying learnings from Google's Responsible Innovation team, we created a set of principles to ensure that we develop models that avoid reinforcing unfair bias that impacts people based on their ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, and the intersection of these identities. I joined The Trevor Project because it's an organization driven by values, and our use of technology reflects this. I noticed an opportunity to leverage my years of experience and partner with people who are committed to employing technology for social good.
Serverless is the next step in Cloud Computing. This means that servers are simply hidden from the picture. In serverless computing, this separation of server and application is managed by using a platform. The responsibility of the platform or serverless provider is to manage all the needs and configurations for your application. These platforms manage the configuration of your server behind the scenes.
Since it launched in 2018, Facebook's machine learning framework PyTorch has been put to good use, with applications ranging from powering Elon Musk's autonomous cars to driving robot farming projects. Now pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca has revealed how its in-house team of engineers are tapping PyTorch too, and for equally as important endeavors: to simplify and speed up drug discovery. Combining PyTorch with Microsoft Azure Machine Learning, AstraZeneca's technology can comb through massive amounts of data to gain new insights about the complex links between drugs, diseases, genes, proteins or molecules. Those insights are used to feed an algorithm that can, in turn, recommend a number of drug targets for a given disease for scientists to test in the lab. The method could allow for huge strides in a sector like drug discovery, which so far has been based on costly and time-consuming trial-and-error methods.
There was plenty of product and technology news from across the application portfolio to coincide with yesterday's Oracle Live virtual event. Oracle has not only been moving its core applications to the cloud these past few years. The enterprise software vendor has also been transitioning its business operations to support the kind of continuous engagement with customers that is characteristic of the SaaS and cloud model. One big example of that shift has been the recent move to combine support, service and product development for applications into a single organization reporting to Steve Miranda, EVP of Oracle Applications Product Development. The aim is to have a single customer success manager responsible for each customer, while still drawing on expert resources across the product set that's applicable for that customer.
DBC team has posted a message on their twitter account which says that the Deep Brain Chain AI Machines are ready for delivery to all miners who have not had their machines delivered. By this, Deep Brain Chain Foundation has fulfilled its original promise to upgrade the GPU servers from Nvidia GTX 1080Ti to Nvidia RTX 2080Ti. In addition, Deep Brain Chain foundation has already found customers for the miner's machines and it is possible to lease out the machines, if needed. The buyers of the mining machines are required to reply back to their emails in order to complete the delivery which will be completed within 7 working days. If you have received a message about this on telegram, you must send an email to email@example.com to confirm.