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How Artificial Intelligence Is Affecting Our Everyday Lives

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All of us are familiar with how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is changing our workplace but what we don't realize is how AI is also impacting our lives outside of the office. AI is disrupting every area of our lives, whether we're trying to read our emails, get driving directions, find good restaurants, or get music or movie recommendations. Here are some of the best examples of how AI is used in our everyday lives. Deep Learning, a subset of AI, is the key component used in self-driving and parking vehicles to recognize the space around a vehicle. There are many companies that are implementing AI in cars to give them the power to see, think, and learn, so they can navigate a nearly infinite range of possible driving scenarios.


This AI-powered sales startup is on a mission to kill CRM Tech News Startups News

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Time is something that we all have an equal amount of. How you spend your time at work, along with how many hours you spend there varies by industry. A common myth I hear among sales professionals is that work-life balance isn't an option, and burnout is a necessity for success. I'm here to tell you that it doesn't have to be that way. After working in the CRM for over twenty years, I knew there had to be a different way of doing things.


Machine Learning is Your Secret Weapon for Customer Acquisition - insideBIGDATA

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If you're looking for a strategy to get ahead when it comes to customer acquisition, machine learning can be your secret weapon. While machine learning does fall under the larger category of artificial intelligence (AI), it's a bit more specific and can be extremely effective technology to pair with your customer and prospect database. True AI can think for itself like Lieutenant Commander Data from Star Trek. Machine learning, however, can automate tasks and apply predictive analytics that drive meaningful growth. Machine learning is the AI focal point for your customer relationship management (CRM) tool and can be the key to boosting your customer acquisition.


The Essential Guide to Quality Training Data for Machine Learning

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In machine learning, training data is the data you use to train a machine learning algorithm or model. Training data requires some human involvement to analyze or process the data for machine learning use. How people are involved depends on the type of machine learning algorithms you are using and the type of problem that they are intended to solve. Training data comes in many forms, reflecting the myriad potential applications of machine learning algorithms. Training datasets can include text (words and numbers), images, video, or audio.


How AI Unlocks Brand Value in Unstructured Data - insideBIGDATA

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In this special guest feature, Ido Ramati, Founder, COO & President at Revuze, discusses how unstructured data is being wasted by companies the world over. It is estimated 90 percent of an enterprise's data is unstructured, living in emails, online reviews, or other untouched and ultimately useless formats. This data – defined as "unstructured" and growing at 55 to 65 percent each year – offers valuable customer insight if properly understood. Ido is a serial entrepreneur with extensive business and leadership experience, including deep business and technological Internet knowledge. He has founded and led a number of start-up companies through fundraising and launch.


Surveillance Firm Says It's Selling 'Coronavirus-Detecting' Cameras in US

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An Austin, Texas based technology company is launching "artificially intelligent thermal cameras" that it claims will be able to detect fevers in people, and in turn send an alert that they may be carrying the coronavirus. Athena Security is pitching the product to be used in grocery stores, hospitals, and voting locations. It claims to be deploying the product at several customer locations over the coming weeks, including government agencies, airports, and large Fortune 500 companies. "Our Fever Detection COVID19 Screening System is now a part of our platform along with our gun detection system which connects directly to your current security camera system to deliver fast, accurate threat detection," Athena's website reads. Athena previously sold software that it claims can detect guns and knives in video feeds and then send alerts to an app or security system.


Four Quick Facts About How AI Is Changing The World

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Artificial intelligence technology has continued to grow in recent years, stunning the world with its latest innovations. But, some are admittedly growing weary about AI and its continuous growth. With talk of robots one day replacing humans for labor, concerns of an increasingly tech dependent world grow stronger. A report from Oxford researchers stated that 47% of American jobs will be at risk by 2030 because of automation. However, AI is truly changing the world - providing innovation that can change how we approach healthcare, the environment, and the day to day act of living.


Machine Learning Is Your Secret Weapon For Customer Acquisition - Young Upstarts

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If you're looking for a strategy to get ahead when it comes to customer acquisition, machine learning can be your secret weapon. While machine learning does fall under the larger category of artificial intelligence (AI), it's a bit more specific and can be extremely effective technology to pair with your customer and prospect database. True AI can think for itself like Lieutenant Commander Data from Star Trek. Machine learning, however, can automate tasks and apply predictive analytics that drive meaningful growth. Machine learning is the AI focal point for your customer relationship management (CRM) tool and can be the key to boosting your customer acquisition.


AIkido Pharma Adds Artificial Intelligence Leader to Advisory Board

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AIkido Pharma Incorporated (Nasdaq: AIKI) today announced the addition of Andreas Typaldos to the Company's Advisory Board. Mr. Typaldos is a pioneer software and technology entrepreneur, and a private equity investor through a Typaldos Family Office. Also, together with leading scientists in Drug Development at Tufts University and the Fudan University in Shanghai and the Shanghai Center for Drug Discovery and Development, he is on the Board of Directors of Quantitative Cell Diagnostix, www.qcd-x.com, In the past, Mr. Typaldos was founder, founding investor, Board Member, and Chief Executive of a number of software, technology, consulting services, and internet companies, including: Anthony Hayes, CEO of AIkido, noted "Mr. Typaldos is an industry leader in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. His participation on our advisory board will help the Company expand its Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) presence in the drug development field. We are honored he has agreed to lend his expertise and we are excited to work with him."


What You're Buying Is Not Artificial Intelligence: How To Tell Fact From Fiction

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It's getting harder and harder to tell real from the fake when it comes to products of artificial intelligence (AI). So hard, in fact, that dating apps are now boosting their numbers with profiles with fake faces, and advertisers are even using them to increase diversity in their ads. This ambiguity around AI spans wide and is, unbeknownst to many of us, creeping further into our daily lives. These are examples of AI helping to fake it in the real world. In business, the buzzword'AI' is thrown around frequently.