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) …
You could define "a great website" a variety of ways. In an effort to cover a wide gamut of website types, I'll try to bring a common denominator into play by saying: A great website inspires the visitor to take action. Of course, the best website in the world won't invoke an action every time. However, when you understand and apply the elements that make a great website, your chances to produce a successful outcome multiply immensely. So here we go: a generous list of things you can do to create a great website.
It is a truth in the IT sector that digital developments are rarely as impressive or dramatic as what sci-fi movies and books imagine them to be. Take AI cyber attacks as an example. There haven't been any robot or AI uprisings, obviously (at least not yet). But if you were to ask a random person if an AI cyber attack has happened yet, odds are good they will respond in the negative. But the reality is that AI cyber attacks have happened and are happening, with increasing regularity to boot.
Digital data is growing at a very rapid rate, and changing the way we live. In a world where huge amounts of data are released and collected every day, it has become essential to be able to give meaning to data sets and extract value from them. This process of categorizing and analysing data to study its trends and patterns is called Data Analytics. The importance of statistics and probability just cannot be stressed enough. Statistics and probability are the heart and soul of machine learning, artificial intelligence, and economics.
The father of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Alan Turing had developed the perfect test to determine when a machine can be considered "intelligent": When the person interacting with it (written form of communication back then), cannot be certain whether he is interacting with another human or in fact a machine. The last Microsoft publication, from Brand Smith and Harry Shum, titled The Future Computed, is dealing with the present and the future of Artificial Intelligence but not in a transcendental way as the usual publications. What that means is that it doesn't delve into impressive future projections but rather examines the steps we are taking right now, the way the framework for the following steps should be shaped and what changes it will bring. That's because, for the AI systems to develop, it is necessary to safeguard the principles, the policies and the laws for their responsible use. In this publication the writers support the claim that these systems should be fair, trustworthy, transparent and controllable.
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Bing announced a new link penalties. These link penalties are focused on taking down private blog networks (PBNs), subdomain leasing and manipulative cross-site linking. An inorganic site structure is a linking pattern that uses internal site-level link signals (with subdomains) or cross-site linking patterns (with external domains) in order to manipulate search engine rankings. While these spam techniques already existed, Bing introduced the concept of calling them "inorganic site structure" in order to describe them. Bing noted that sites legitimately create subdomains to keep different parts of the site separate, such as support.example.com.
Is your blog really ready for SEO? Sure, you are running WordPress – but did you install all the stuff you need for SEO? If you are new to SEO, probably not! And that is really a shame! Because no blog can strive without at least a rudimentary SEO approach. Because search engines are the only traffic source on the web that are going to send you constant traffic – even without you doing anything. But for that, you need to do some SEO first. But don't despair – here comes your guide to getting your WordPress based site SEO ready.
WordPress is a powerful platform for creating feature-rich and attractive websites but, with a little extra tweaking and effort, your WordPress site can dominate search engines and bring thousands of new customers to your business. WordPress Search Engine Optimization will show you the secrets that professional SEO companies use to take websites to the top of search results. You'll take your WordPress site to the next level; you'll brush aside even the stiffest competition with the advanced tutorials in this book.
In this article, I will share my findings while attempting to use neural networks to describe the content of images. Images greatly contribute to a website's SEO and improve the overall user experience. Fully optimizing images is about helping users, and search engines, better understand the content of an article. The SEO community has always been quite keen in recommending publishers to invest on visual elements and this has become even more important in 2019 as Google keeps on revamping Google Image Search by adding new filters and new functionalities. There are several aspects that Google mentions in its list of best practices for images but the work I've been focusing on, for this article, is about providing alt text and captions in a semi-automated way.
AI is certainly on the rise, despite some of the concerns some have expressed about it leading to doomsday scenarios or a devastating loss of jobs, as described in AI Attitudes: What the Experts Consider of Concern. There is no cause for concern insists Max Versace, CEO and co-founder of Neurala, who explains the benefits that AI offers now and in the future for improving workflows. In the 1970s, when computers were introduced in enterprises, there was an equally brief and illogical fear that they would take over from humans. The reality is that they augmented us, and the same will be true for AI, despite a few malicious attention-seeking critics spreading fears otherwise. When it comes to AI and enterprises, many have already begun to implement AI as a part of their business and digital transformation strategy.