Just like the invention of steam power in 1780, electricity in 1870, computers in 1960, AI changes our world today. Although it has been a while since AI reached our doorstep, the potential it has to offer is huge. So how artificial intelligence is changing business today? AI is good at processing large amounts of data. For businesses, it opens new horizons for quick and well-considered decision-making, risk management, forecasting, logistics optimization, marketing personalization, etc.
Machine learning has advanced from the age of science fiction to a major component of modern enterprises, especially as businesses across almost all sectors use various machine learning technologies. As an example, the healthcare industry is utilizing machine learning business applications to achieve more accurate diagnoses and provide better treatment to their patients. Retailers also use machine learning to send the right goods and products to the right stores before it is out of stock. Medical researchers are also not left out when it comes to using machine learning as many introduce newer and more effective medicines with the help of this technology. Many use cases are emerging from all sectors as machine learning is being implemented in logistics, manufacturing, hospitality, travel and tourism, energy, and utilities.
RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies is launching a one-year study of policy and operational considerations related to the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on financial crime. The project will explore the opportunities that AI offers for better financial crime detection, as well as the threats posed by the abuse of AI. It will form part of Financial Crime 2.0, a RUSI research programme focused on the intersection of new technology and financial crime. This latest workstream of the Financial Crime 2.0 programme is sponsored by its strategic partner, LexisNexis Risk Solutions. Tom Keatinge, Director of RUSI's Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies, said: 'We are delighted to continue our Financial Crime 2.0 work, which delves into some of the most exciting, promising and topical issues facing the financial crime expert community'.
Anomaly detection can be treated as a statistical task as an outlier analysis. But if we develop a machine learning model, it can be automated and as usual, can save a lot of time. There are so many use cases of anomaly detection. Credit card fraud detection, detection of faulty machines, or hardware systems detection based on their anomalous features, disease detection based on medical records are some good examples. There are many more use cases.
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Lucca has developed an interesting tool that generates logical queries automatically. We use them for testing query containment in TML. He also embarked on a small project comparing three theorem provers (Namely, Z3, Vampire and CVC4) finding out that Z3 outclassed all of them but also compares favourably with TML. We continue to work on the performance improvements for TML but it's currently more comparable with other logical solvers out there. Murisi has worked more on documenting the safe subset of datalog that TML supports implementing additional safety checking and fixing some unsafe code that was generated automatically for the interpreter.
In this tutorial will show you how to write a Python program that predicts the price of stocks using two different Machine Learning Algorithms, one is called a Support Vector Regression (SVR) and the other is Linear Regression. So you can start trading and making money! Actually this program is really simple and I doubt any major profit will be made from this program, but it's slightly better than guessing! In this video will show you how to write a Python program that predicts the price of stocks using two different Machine Learning Algorithms, one is called a Support Vector Regression (SVR) and the other is Linear Regression. So you can start trading and making money!
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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], May 7 (ANI/NewsVoir): Since the dawn of the 2000s, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making waves through its penetration into various sectors. While AI helps increase efficiency and speed in a system, the lack of feedback when faced with errors has been a glaring concern. Recently developed Explainable Artificial Intelligence (XAI) technology tackles this issue by analyzing data to provide users with explanations for given issues and activities. Utilizing this technology to create investment strategies, Elystar aims to increase net returns by reducing machine/AI-made errors and thereby successfully leveraging the superior insights provided by AI. "Artificial Intelligence in finance is a relatively new concept that is still being explored and experimented upon. While few of the firms experimenting are sparingly using it for short-term trading, we have spent the past 15 months developing models to use it for long-term investments. One simple way to look at this concept is to compare it with Microsoft Excel. While Excel is used in different fields and by different people, it is used in various ways and forms. Similarly, AI has a number of variations in which it can be utilized, so no two approaches may be completely the same. AI not only helps us scale and analyze data rapidly, but the integration of Explainable AI allows us to understand and eliminate unwarranted biases to create a sound investment strategy," said Dr Satya Gautam Vadlamudi, Founder and CEO of Elystar.