Goto

Collaborating Authors

the internet


How AI and Machine Learning Are Helping In Cybersecurity?

#artificialintelligence

The internet is becoming a vital part of our day-to-day lives and with every second that passes by, a new change takes place over the internet. The internet is no doubt a very useful place but there are risks that are associated with the internet, especially those that affect the security and privacy of the users. With the advent of AI and Machine Learning, every process is automated and this is making things convenient for internet users, especially cybersecurity which has improved drastically due to the advent of AI & Machine Learning. AI & Machine Learning can recognize different patterns that are used in data helping the security systems to learn from them. Cybersecurity is the protection of computers, networks, and other similar devices from damage, information theft, or any other harm.


Global Big Data Conference

#artificialintelligence

The AI market is projected to be 190 billion by 2025. AI applications, once the purview of only the most advanced technologists are now pervasive. The average human is likely to interact with at least one AI in their daily life, whether it is auto-correct on their phone, a movie or product recommendation, or, for some, a self-driving car or a digital assistant. While these are the AIs that the average person can see, the impact of the technology is possibly even greater in the AIs that they don't see, that assist their doctors, their bank's loan approvals, their city's budget decisions, and more. The next generation, our children, are the first AI-Native Generation They have never known life without AI.


The Four Cs Of AI Literacy: Building The Workforce Of The Future

#artificialintelligence

The AI market is projected to be 190 billion by 2025. AI applications, once the purview of only the most advanced technologists are now pervasive. The average human is likely to interact with at least one AI in their daily life, whether it is auto-correct on their phone, a movie or product recommendation, or, for some, a self-driving car or a digital assistant. While these are the AIs that the average person can see, the impact of the technology is possibly even greater in the AIs that they don't see, that assist their doctors, their bank's loan approvals, their city's budget decisions, and more. The next generation, our children, are the first AI-Native Generation They have never known life without AI.


Searching symptoms online helps patients make a good diagnosis, doesn't increase anxiety, study shows

Boston Herald

Google" and researching health issues online makes patients better at diagnosing illnesses and doesn't make them more anxious, a new study out of Harvard and Brigham and Women's Hospital shows. "Every doctor has their story about the patient who has pinky pain who thought they had cancer," said Dr. David Levine, corresponding author of the study and internist at Brigham and Women's. But Levine said that's certainly not the norm, and he loves when his patients Google their symptoms before arriving at his office, "I think it shows they're invested in what's going on." Levine and his colleagues found that study participants showed modest improvements in reaching an accurate diagnosis after looking up symptoms online and reported no increase in "cyberchondria," or anxiety about one's health associated with using the internet. Googling health symptoms has often been thought of as a no-no due to online misinformation or the potential to stoke fear in patients, but Levine said the research findings show that's not quite true.


How we taught Google Translate to stop being sexist

#artificialintelligence

Online translation tools have helped us learn new languages, communicate across linguistic borders, and view foreign websites in our native tongue. But the artificial intelligence (AI) behind them is far from perfect, often replicating rather than rejecting the biases that exist within a language or a society. Such tools are especially vulnerable to gender stereotyping because some languages (such as English) don't tend to gender nouns, while others (such as German) do. When translating from English to German, translation tools have to decide which gender to assign English words like "cleaner." Overwhelmingly, the tools conform to the stereotype, opting for the feminine word in German.


Online translators are sexist – here's how we gave them a little gender sensitivity training

#artificialintelligence

Online translation tools have helped us learn new languages, communicate across linguistic borders, and view foreign websites in our native tongue. But the artificial intelligence (AI) behind them is far from perfect, often replicating rather than rejecting the biases that exist within a language or a society. Such tools are especially vulnerable to gender stereotyping, because some languages (such as English) don't tend to gender nouns, while others (such as German) do. When translating from English to German, translation tools have to decide which gender to assign English words like "cleaner". Overwhelmingly, the tools conform to the stereotype, opting for the feminine word in German.


How close are we to becoming the Jetsons?

#artificialintelligence

Back in the nineties, my favorite TV show was called Tomorrow's World, a UK-based show which ran for a whopping 38 years on the BBC. It discussed the latest developments in science and technology (just look at this snippet of what the home in 2020 would look like). Back then, the future was extra exciting. Technology would make our lives infinitely easier – we'd be commuting to work in electric, automated cars, and life at home would just be one smooth series of button pushing. The height of this slightly skewed future gazing was my favorite Saturday morning space-age animated sitcom, The Jetsons, which first aired in the 1960s.


10 Must-Haves of a Highly Engaging Digital Workspace

#artificialintelligence

Deloitte considers the digital workplace to be the "natural evolution" of the workplace, and defines it as "all the technologies people use to get work done in today's workplace". That might be a simple definition, but the digital workplace already exists in most companies. The image below charts the direction of a simple intranet system employed by many companies to a fully digital workspace. Below we're going to discuss some of the must-haves to make your digital workspace even better than it already might be. Before you start thinking about anything to do with your digital workplace, you need to have a vision about exactly what you want to achieve.


The top disruptive autonomous vehicle technologies in 2021

#artificialintelligence

Years ago, autonomous vehicles were just a concept. The industry is developing, though, and 2021 is on track to see countless improvements. The following five disruptive technologies will improve the autonomous vehicle landscape and bring them even closer to full realization. Data has always been something to protect. However, as new technologies come about, so does the amount of data automotive companies must defend for themselves and their customers.


What are the features of Python?

#artificialintelligence

Welcome back guys, in this module, I am going to talk about What are the features of Python? The things which make python popular. By knowing the features of Python, you will start loving Python programming and will want to start a career in the same. Let's see what are the features of Python Programming which makes it popular and dominant over other programming languages. It has a wide variety of features such as it supports procedural-oriented programming, Object-oriented programming, and also provides memory to be allocated dynamically. So, let's see some more exciting features of Python.