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The Future Of AI With Alexy Khrabrov

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FILE - In this May 13, 2015, file photo, Google's self-driving Lexus drives along a street during a demonstration at Google campus in Mountain View, Calif. While the Boston region is a center for robotics and artificial intelligence research, none of the Northeast states allows self-driving cars to be driven or tested on public roads. But Massachusetts officials are looking in 2016 at turning part of the former Devens military base into a self-driving testing ground.


Bringing AI to enterprise integration

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Driving long distances (or using New York City's subway system) used to be a much more complicated affair, generally requiring maps, a sense of direction, some luck and the occasional stop to ask questions of strangers.


The realities of machine learning systems - SD Times

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In the late 19th century, the Industrial Revolution introduced complicated farm machinery that changed the way farmers planted, cultivated and harvested their crops. These machines meant fewer farm hands were needed, but it created jobs for people to build and repair farm equipment. The improved benefits of utilizing farm machinery impacted the quality of life, it produced food faster, and it created jobs and a new life for farmers.


Amazon's Alexa Just Took Another Step Toward World Domination -- The Motley Fool

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As the science of artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more advanced and deeply ingrained in our daily lives, society gets closer to some of the iconic examples of AI from science fiction. Star Trek fans will remember the captain using a voice command to engage the ship's mainframe on the Starship Enterprise simply by saying "Computer."


Brands see visual intelligence as key part of AI strategy 7wData

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Ever since neural networks began their renewed renaissance in 2012, computer vision has been a ripe field of study and innovation for AI researchers and a fruitful area of applied AI for enterprises. Deep learning enables incredible feats of machine vision, such as classifying image subjects at human parity and dynamically generating completely new imagery.


Amazon's Alexa voice tech is now available to build chatbots

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Amazon is making its voice-control technology available to all, giving developers access to the same tools that power its digital assistant Alexa. The platform is called Amazon Lex, and bundles in both speech recognition, text recognition, and conversational interactions. It was first announced in a "preview phase" in late 2016, but according to a new report from Reuters, is now rolling out to all developers.


Top 10 Best Chatbot Platform Tools to Build Chatbots for Your Business

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Chatbots are the new rage as more top brands are advancing the technology and integrating it into their chat systems. Big names such as Facebook and Telegram have already made moves in this arena by creating their own chatbots and chatbot platforms.


13 AI tools all developers need to try

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Christina is audience development editor. After graduating from the University of Nottingham reading philosophy and theology in 2013, Christina joined a tech start-up specialising in mobile apps. She has a keen interest in the mobile platform and innovative tech.


How to Make Your Chatbot Interesting to Humans? Simple Hacks to Develop User-Friendly Bot

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Living in this technology-driven world, it is not surprising for every second person to fantasize the buzzword'artificial intelligence (AI)'. Though the concept of AI is much deeper than you would have imagined in the wildest of your dreams, chatbot can be considered as just a teaser of Artificial Intelligence theory.


Bringing AI to enterprise integration

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Driving long distances (or using New York City's subway system) used to be a much more complicated affair, generally requiring maps, a sense of direction, some luck and the occasional stop to ask questions of strangers.