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Robo-Picker Grasps and Packs

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Unpacking groceries is a straightforward albeit tedious task: You reach into a bag, feel around for an item, and pull it out. A quick glance will tell you what the item is and where it should be stored. Now engineers from MIT and Princeton University have developed a robotic system that may one day...


How 5G and Artificial Intelligence Are Intertwined

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Governments around the world are allocating significant amounts of time, money and support to the deployment of 5G infrastructure. There's a reason for that. 5G is not just faster data. 5G is a complete rewrite of everything we have come to expect from mobile phone infrastructure and the impact on a...


5 Innovative Uses for Machine Learning

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Though its time horizon can't be predicted, artificial intelligence (AI) promises to foundationally influence modern society, for better or worse. A sub-genre of AI -- machine learning -- has garnered particular attention from the pundits for its potential impact on the world's most important indust...


The Role of AI in Learning and Development

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We have entered the Age of Artificial Intelligence (AI). And, while many of us have heard how AI will impact market segments like manufacturing or R&D, I find myself wondering: What about other areas of business--like L&D? How will AI affect learning and development? As James Paine points out, "It ...


Personalized Learning Meets AI With Watson Classroom Getting Smart

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A teacher's role on any given day is a combination of content expert, engineer, detective, psychologist, diagnostician, and researcher. Teachers are expected to have students master a set of concepts and information in a defined period of time. They design learning experiences by building plans, all...


Inside the Panoptic Studio, the Dome That Could Give Robots Super-Senses

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In a chilly basement room at Carnegie Mellon University sits a giant dome that looks like part physics experiment, part that chamber Darth Vader kicks back in. Wires and electronic boxes stud the walls, which curve nearly 14 feet in the air. But this space wasn't built for subatomic particles, and i...


Teaching the machine to serve our customers

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In recent years the customer experience landscape has seen the emergence of chatbots, virtual digital assistants, and AI. By automating repetitive tasks these tools have saved costs, allowing humans to focus on more complex issues. The long term impact of AI and machine learning applications, howeve...


AI and Deep Learning in 2017 – A Year in Review

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The year is coming to an end. I did not write nearly as much as I had planned to. But I'm hoping to change that next year, with more tutorials around Reinforcement Learning, Evolution, and Bayesian Methods coming to WildML! And what better way to start than with a summary of all the amazing things t...



Mitigating Bias in Machine Learning Datasets - DZone AI

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Human bias is a significant challenge for almost all decision-making models. Over the past decade, data scientists have adamantly argued that AI is the optimal solution to problems caused by human bias. Unfortunately, as machine learning platforms became more widespread, that outlook proved to be ou...