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AI technology rolled out to prevent bridge and tunnel collapses

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AI defined for insurance

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Business Benefits of Using Python for Artificial Intelligence Projects

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Google will use AI to optimize how often users see ads

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Google says it's investigating ways to preserve users' privacy without impacting their display ads experiences, in part through AI and machine learning. In a blog post this morning, the Mountain View company announced it'll soon introduce an ad frequency feature in Display & Video 360 -- its end-to-end programmatic ad campaign management platform -- that'll tap AI to help advertisers "[respect] user privacy" when third-party cookies aren't present. Google explains that the tool, which it plans to bring to display offerings in Google Ads in the near future, will leverage traffic patterns where a third-party cookie is available and analyze them at an aggregated level across Google Ad Manager publishers to generate predictive models. This will enable it to estimate how likely it is that users visit different publishers serving the same ads through Google Ad Manager, and to optimize how often those ads should be shown to users who lack third-party cookies. Google is already using machine learning in Google Ads, albeit mostly to generate ad suggestions, better match users' searches, and adjust video bids.


Google to Use Machine Learning to Manage Ad Frequency When Cookies Are Missing - Search Engine Journal

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Google announced it will soon be using machine learning to manage ad frequency when third-party cookies are missing. This change will first roll out in the coming weeks to Display & Video 360, though Google has plans to bring this capability to its display offerings in Google Ads as well. Google is rolling out this change as part of a larger effort to improve user privacy while still being able to serve ads in a way that's effective for publishers and marketers. Usually, when third-party cookies are blocked or restricted, advertisers no longer have the ability to limit the number of times someone sees an ad. That means someone who's blocking cookies may end up seeing the same ad over and over again.


Office for Artificial Intelligence

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Top 5 Epic Artificial Intelligence Fails

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Artificial Intelligence over the years has done wonders in various sectors. And with time this sought-after technology is just getting better and better, making human tasks easier than ever. However, there is a bitter fact and that is it can make mistakes -- after all, it's just technology. As the contribution of AI to humanity has been monumental, its failures have also been equally hilarious. In this article, we are going to take a look at five epic instances when AI has failed to the core.


[REPEAT 1] Stop guessing: Use AI to understand customer conversations

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Growing pains - Intellectual Property Magazine

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"We use cookies to improve your website experience. To learn about our use of cookies and how you can manage your cookie settings, please see our Cookie Policy. By continuing to use the website, you consent to our use of cookies." As the first wave of AI patents are now emerging globally, litigation is not far behind. When it was released in 1968, Stanley Kubrik's 2001: A Space Odyssey predicted that in 2001 artificial intelligence (AI) would be part of everyday life and humankind would be battling against rogue machines.


AI validates evolution's oldest mathematical model

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