The market is segmented on the basis of type, end-users/application, and geography. The report provides information about the production, price, revenue, market share, and growth rate of each type. Geographically, the market has been analyzed across North America, Europe, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, and India. The status and prospect through 2011-2023 for each of these regions are listed in the report. The report entails the qualitative and quantitative analysis of current and future market estimations.
Adam Drake's professional background includes a wide range of technical professional and management roles, including: leading technical business transformations in global and multi-cultural environments, performing in-depth technical due-diligence and funding analysis for investors, and mentoring new technical and operational executives. His passion is to help companies become more productive by improving internal leadership capabilities, and accelerating product development through technology and data architecture guidance. His technical interests include online learning systems, high-frequency/low-latency data processing systems, recommender systems, distributed systems, and functional programming. Adam has a background in Applied Mathematics and has worked in technology roles since the 90s. Some talks I've given, in reverse chronological order: Sharing data for any purposes, including for machine learning, is fraught with problems related to ethics, organizational policy and dynamics, and regulatory restrictions.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking the world by storm, impacting startups and tech majors in a big way. Incidents like when the greatest Go player Lee Sedol lost to AI program AlphaGo, developed by Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, speaks volumes about the same. The rapid development of AI technology is reflected in the stellar performance of the Robotics & Artificial Intelligence ETF BOTZ and the ROBO Global Robotics and Automation Index ETF ROBO . While BOTZ has rallied 59.6% over the past year, ROBO gained 44.8%. Both ETFs outperformed the S&P 500's 19.4% gain.
CNET editors scour the 2018 International CES for the hottest new tech gadgets. Buried in a January 5 press release about Kohler's introduction of voice-command technology into the bathroom is a single reference to Microsoft Azure. At CES 2018, Kohler -- a designer of kitchen and bath products -- is taking the wraps off a voice-lighted mirror that works with Amazon's Alexa. There's also a Kohler Konnect application for iOS and Android devices that allows users to operate kitchen faucets, control smart toilets and adjust lighting in the bathroom. There's no mention of Cortana at all, which isn't all that surprising given how far behind Cortana is lagging its competitors in terms of new skills, or apps.
The planning for AAAI-16 in Arizona, February 12-17, 2016 has begun! We hope you will join us for a memorable anniversary year. AAAI-16 Program Cochairs Dale Schuurmans and Michael Wellman plan to build on all the innovations introduced in the past few years, and will introduce a few of their own. Special technical tracks will include Cognitive Systems (Chairs: David Leake (Indiana University) and James Lester (North Carolina State University), Computational Sustainability (Chairs: J. Zico Kolter (Carnegie Mellon University) and Claire Monteleoni (George Washington University), and Integrated Systems (Chairs: Patrick Doherty (Linköping University) and Malik Ghallab (CNRS). Please check the inset on the following page for important deadlines.
The Twenty-First National Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI-06) and the Eighteenth Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-06) will be held in Boston, Massachusetts at the Seaport Hotel and World Trade Center, July 16-20, 2006. AAAI-06 will mark the launch of activities celebrating AI's fiftieth anniversary. Please join us for this landmark event! AAAI is pleased to announce the launch of the First Annual Artificial Intelligence for Interactive Digital Entertainment Conference. The conference will be held June 1-3, 2005 at the Marriott Hotel in Marina del Rey, California.
Adam Drake's professional background includes a wide range of technical professional and management roles, including: leading technical business transformations in global and multi-cultural environments, performing in-depth technical due-diligence and funding analysis for investors, and mentoring new technical and operational executives. His passion is to help companies become more productive by improving internal leadership capabilities, and accelerating product development through technology and data architecture guidance. His technical interests include online learning systems, high-frequency/low-latency data processing systems, recommender systems, distributed systems, and functional programming. Adam has a background in Applied Mathematics and has worked in technology roles since the 90s.
With its long-term accumulation in the areas of software-defined processors and heterogeneous computing, multi-core heterogeneous processor platform launched by Wuxi DSP Technologies has advanced performance power ratio with ease to the software development. The experience of multiple company partners shows that in a short period of time, a small-scale R & D team can quickly develop industry-leading innovations, dramatically shorten the product development cycle, reduce project investment risks and improve market response ability. With its innovative platform solutions, Wuxi DSP Technologies is committed to joining hands with numerous partners in the whole (upstream and downstream) industry chain to build the "Wuxi DSP" chip ecosystem by providing chip customization services with the goal of "openness, customization, shared-creation, security" and the strategy of "ecosystem co-construction, resource sharing, collaborative development, value enhancement". During the conference, partners such as China Mobile, Beijing Acoinfo Technology, Guangzhou Power Electrical Technology, Akceler Hardware Accelerator, Nationz Technologies shared their experiences in IoT eco-construction, technology and business model innovations respectively. Many vendors, including Shenzhen Micro & Nano Institute, Extra Dimension Technology, Hangzhou Langyang Technologies, Sun Kaiseng Technology, Beijing Sigbean Information Technology, Beijing Orihard Technology introduced their latest R & D achievements based on "Wuxi DSP" processor platform from IoT perception, computing, connectivity, AI cloud collaborative services, etc. Sample products were showcased onsite across multiple industries including communications, power sector, municipal administration and smart homes, which cover the hottest fields of IoT multimode communications, embedded real-time operating system, broadband power line carrier, microphone array, deep learning, multimode communications, millimeter wave radar, gesture recognition, smart metering, intelligent speaker and others.
December 21, 2017: Business Wire India NVIDIA brought together the best minds in research, academia and industry across Hyderabad, Chennai, Mumbai, Pune, Delhi and Bangalore 42 speaker sessions from leading experts in fields such as computer vision, sensor fusion, software development, regulation and HD mapping provide expertise NVIDIA today completed its first edition of Developer Connect 2017 in Bangalore. The six-city developer roadshow witnessed over 5,000 attendees who experienced some of the highest quality workshops and demonstrations of AI and deep learning tools, designed to meet the challenges big data presents. Attendees got a closer look at NVIDIA's DGX systems, as well as the opportunity to learn more about its new Volta architecture. Both the DGX-1 and DGX Station were on display to demonstrate the full power of these AI supercomputers. The concluding segment witnessed prominent speakers from organizations such as Ola, Cognitive Computing, Microsoft, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Labs, Shell India, Sony India and Aditya Imaging Information Technologies provide their views.
Open any business publication or digital journal today, and you will read about the promise of AI, known as artificial or augmented intelligence, and how it will transform your business. The fact is: AI will not only transform your entire business -- whether you are in healthcare, finance, retail, or manufacturing -- but it will also transform technology itself. The essential task of information technology (IT) -- and how we measure its value -- has reached an inflection point. It's no longer just about process automation and codifying business logic. Instead, insight is the new currency.