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) …
Welcome to the first course in Term 1 as part of the series "MBA in Artificial Intelligence Digital Marketing". This game-changing course in 2021 will cover artificial intelligence tools in content creation, curation, augmented reality, and digital marketing and will take you on a glimpse into the future. We will also look at influencer marketing tools, content trends and a bit of competitor analysis through the use of BuzzSumo. Why learn this amazing artificial intelligence course and how is this a differentiator for content creators? This course can change your life if you are a content expert.
A substantial digital revolution is taking place all over the world. Innovation, agility, and market development are all accelerated by technological advancements. The Covid-19 pandemic accelerated digitization and automation, allowing companies to remain resilient even in adversity. Many businesses adopted disruptive technologies and modified their business models. The pandemic's effect will be felt for a long time, and the digital transition will continue.
The digital and technological landscape is constantly changing, and in many ways accelerating. Designers tasked to come up with innovative ideas have to keep track of what is trending and where the creative opportunities are. Recognizing the changes that are occurring in the industry will help designers design smarter and make more informed creative decisions. In the technology adoption life cycle, "Innovators" are the smallest group, yet the most successful. They are followed by "Early Adopters," then "Early Majority," and later, "The Majority," or everyone else. As innovators, great designers usually fall into the "Early Adopters" category--big risk takers in uncharted territory.
As a reader of this column, you probably know I am releasing a new book, The Augmented Workforce: How AR, AI, and 5G Will Impact Every Dollar You Make on May 25 with my co-author, John Buzzell. For the next four weeks, I'll be sharing excerpts from the book as columns to help brands, businesses and professionals prepare and understand what the era of the augmented workforce holds, how to prepare and how to leverage the changes to stay relevant in the future. Dearly disrupted we are gathered here to talk about the future spaces we will inhabit. We are living through a period of rapid change, possibly beyond society's capacity to keep up. Various emerging technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and 5G, along with dozens of devices that work together (Internet of Things), have helped to create an environment in which new inventions, possibilities, and learning curves change weekly. According to Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler, authors of The Future Is Faster Than You Think, "Moore's Law is the reason the smartphone in your pocket is a thousand times smaller, a thousand times cheaper, and a million times more powerful than a supercomputer from the 1970s. In 2023 the average thousand-dollar laptop will have the same computing power as a human brain (roughly 1016 cycles per second). Twenty-five years after that, that same average laptop will have the power of all the human brains currently on Earth."
Apple CEO Tim Cook, 60, revealed to he does not see himself running the tech firm in 10 years. The CEO spoke with Kara Swisher for The New York Times Monday about Apple's upcoming technologies, specifically AR and an autonomous car, along with his own future. But I can tell you that I feel great right now. And the date's not in sight,' he told Swisher. Along with the announcement, Cook also augmented reality is'critically important' to Apple's future and said it could be used to enhance conversations.
The very term'augmented reality' can spark thoughts of futuristic, high-tech gadgets that have become commonplace in the world of sci-fi movies. However, the integration of AR into our daily lives may already be underway. Whether we realize it or not, AR is already beginning to make its presence felt in the daily lives of many of us. Let's take a deeper look into how AR is already entering the daily lives of millions of consumers and how it's helping them along the way: If you're a fan of having the latest gadgets and apps, it's extremely likely that you've been using AR without even noticing. Snapchat, for instance, utilizes the technology to revolutionize the selfies that are uploaded onto its app - recognising faces and overlaying them with various pretty, outlandish, or surprising filters. As augmented reality and facial recognition become more intertwined, visual industries like beauty and fashion are likely to become much more immersive for users moving forward.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are the topmost technologies that are ruling the market in the present times. With its great automation, the companies are becoming hooked to the impressive technologies. Here are the major trends of AI and ML that we need to watch out for in 2021. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are the topmost technologies that are ruling the market in the present times. With its great automation, the companies are becoming hooked to the impressive technologies. It is a great way of reshaping the marketplace with its advancement.
When Moneyball first published nearly two decades ago, it was a chronicle of an industry slow to adopt advanced statistical methods for evaluating player worth. Since then however, and due in no small part to the book itself, sports is now at the forefront of applying advanced analytics to change how the game is understood by front offices, played by athletes, and enjoyed by fans. Advancements in cloud computing and AI have expanded the universe of inputs and methods of evaluation such that we went from basic box score statistics to now highly unstructured data like player, teammate, and opposing team position, movement, field conditions, weather, and exhaustion. And by the very zero-sum nature of sports competition, it makes sense that competitors quickly imitate winning tactics. In each contest there can only be one winner, and winning can add millions to an individual athlete's lifetime earnings, tens of millions to a team's annual broadcasting rights, and hundreds of millions or even billions to the value of the team were an owner interested in selling.
Background and aim: Image registration and alignment are the main limitations of augmented reality-based knee replacement surgery. This research aims to decrease the registration error, eliminate outcomes that are trapped in local minima to improve the alignment problems, handle the occlusion, and maximize the overlapping parts. Methodology: markerless image registration method was used for Augmented reality-based knee replacement surgery to guide and visualize the surgical operation. While weight least square algorithm was used to enhance stereo camera-based tracking by filling border occlusion in right to left direction and non-border occlusion from left to right direction. Results: This study has improved video precision to 0.57 mm~0.61 mm alignment error. Furthermore, with the use of bidirectional points, for example, forwards and backwards directional cloud point, the iteration on image registration was decreased. This has led to improve the processing time as well. The processing time of video frames was improved to 7.4~11.74 fps. Conclusions: It seems clear that this proposed system has focused on overcoming the misalignment difficulty caused by movement of patient and enhancing the AR visualization during knee replacement surgery. The proposed system was reliable and favorable which helps in eliminating alignment error by ascertaining the optimal rigid transformation between two cloud points and removing the outliers and non-Gaussian noise. The proposed augmented reality system helps in accurate visualization and navigation of anatomy of knee such as femur, tibia, cartilage, blood vessels, etc.
In recent years, AR (Augmented Reality) technology has attracted extensive attention from researchers. Driven by computer vision and artificial intelligence technology, AR technology has shown a strong momentum of development. Both the display equipment performance, tracking registration accuracy and the nature of human-computer interaction have been greatly improved. However, it can be seen that there are still many problems to be solved in augmented reality technology. In the case of tracking registration technology, the current tracking registration technology can only make use of a small amount of information in the scene, such as feature point information, which leads to an incomplete understanding of the system to the environment.