Object Detection Tutorial in TensorFlow- Real-Time Object Detection

Sayantini Deb on Aug 20, 2018 Creating accurate Machine Learning Models which are capable of identifying and localizing multiple objects in a single image remained a core challenge in computer vision. But, with recent advancements in Deep Learning, Object Detection applications are easier to develop than ever before. TensorFlow’s Object Detection API is an open source framework built on […]

IHS Markit: AI and machine learning hold promise for digital transformations

by Mike Robuck | Feb 4, 2019 IHS Markit’s Michael Howard identifies four key trends for enterprises’ digital transformations. (Pixabay) Service providers have only recently started helping to enable the digital transformations of their enterprise customers, but AI and ML hold the most immediate promise for those transformations. Research by IHS Markit’s Michael Howard, senior […]

Understanding the Elements of Artificial Intelligence

from 01 Feb 2019 Artificial Intelligence is here to stay. The development of AI is speeding up on a daily basis. Only recently, Google’s DeepMind created the AI AlphaStar that secured a decisive victory against two grandmaster players of the game of StarCraft II. In a series of test matches they played, the algorithm won 5-0. This victory is a decisive […]

Intro to Blockchain: How Protocols Work

by Roy Walker on Nov 1, 2018 This post kicks off part two of my three part series on blockchain technology. In the first part of the series I discussed the historical context of the blockchain, providing a history of both the modern internet and blockchain networks. This second part of the series will focus on how the technology works, […]

10 Ways Blockchain Is Revolutionizing Smart Cities

by Sergio on Jun 30, 2018 Blockchain technology is boosting the bottom line of private and public sector It’s touted as the “secret sauce” that will transform smart cities of the future, establishing trust and transparency in government through an immutable digital record — one that’s able to connect sky’s-the-limit endpoints while being virtually hack proof. Blockchain technology […]

The State of Artificial Intelligence in China

From January 26, 2019 There is a really interesting concept in psychology called the Johari Window and it suggests that we rarely see ourselves as we actually are. Not only that, but we think other people see us differently than they do. Maybe you’re not as charming as you think you are. Maybe that laughter after you […]

A framework for AI-powered agile project management

JANUARY 11, 2019 by Ingrid Fadelli , Tech Xplore Researchers at the University of Wollongong, Deakin University, Monash University and Kyushu University have developed a framework that could be used to build a smart, AI-powered agile project management assistant. Their paper, pre-published on arXiv, has been accepted at the 41st International Conference on Software Engineering (ICSE) […]

A new approach for software fault prediction using feature selection

JANUARY 10, 2019 by Ingrid Fadelli , Tech Xplore Researchers at Taif University, Birzeit University and RMIT University have developed a new approach for software fault prediction (SFP), which addresses some of the limitations of existing machine learning SFP techniques. Their approach employs feature selection (FS) to enhance the performance of a layered recurrent neural […]

Artificial neural networks make life easier for hearing aid users

January 8, 2019, Aalborg University For people with hearing loss, it can very difficult to understand and separate voices in noisy environments. This problem may soon be history thanks to a new groundbreaking algorithm that is designed to recognise and separate voices efficiently in unknown sound environments. People with normal hearing are usually able to […]

A new approach for steganography among machine learning agents

JANUARY 4, 2019 by Ingrid Fadelli Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Amherst College have recently introduced a new form of steganography in the domain of machine learning called “training set camouflage.” Their framework, outlined in a paper pre-published on arXiv, allows a machine learning agent to hide the intention and goal of a task […]

Machine learning-detected signal predicts time to earthquake

December 18, 2018 by Nancy Ambrosiano, Los Alamos National Laboratory Machine-learning research published in two related papers today in Nature Geoscience reports the detection of seismic signals accurately predicting the Cascadia fault’s slow slippage, a type of failure observed to precede large earthquakes in other subduction zones. Los Alamos National Laboratory researchers applied machine learning to analyze […]

EMPLOYING MACHINE LEARNING FOR INTERNET OF THINGS ANALYSIS

by Kamalika Some on October 27, 2018 The world has witnessed the most exciting high-tech projects integrating the knowledge from two or more well-established and fast-growing technology applications including applying machine learning to filter and analyse huge datasets harnessed from the Internet of Things (IoT). To reach its full potential, IoT harnesses inputs from artificial […]

Artificial intelligence for better computer graphics

DECEMBER 18, 2018 by Vienna University of Technology At the TU Wien (Vienna), neural networks have been developed which make it much easier to create photorealistic pictures of a wide variety of materials. If computer-generated images are to look realistic, different materials have to be presented differently: The metallic sheen of a coin looks quite different from the […]

5 Machine Learning Resolutions for 2019

More organizations are using machine learning for competitive reasons, but their results are mixed. It turns out there are better — and worse — ways of approaching it. If you want to improve the outcome of your efforts in 2019, consider these points. Businesses are using machine learning to improve all sorts of outcomes, from […]

One of the fathers of AI is worried about its future

Yoshua Bengio wants to stop talk of an AI arms race and make the technology more accessible to the developing world.by Will Knight November 17, 2018 Alongside Geoff Hinton and Yan LeCun, Bengio is famous for championing a technique known as deep learning that in recent years has gone from an academic curiosity to one of the most powerful technologies […]