Friday, November 16, 2018

The Next Big Fashion Trends Could Be Generated by AI

A fashion designer working on a new collection has an idea, but wonders if it’s been done before. Another is looking for historical inspiration—1950s-style...

Executive Interview: Kesha Williams of Chick-fil-A

Incorporating AI, Innovation To Meet Business Objectives, With Help from Amazon AWS Kesha Williams is a software engineering manager in the Information Technology department at...

New Breed of AI Weeders Could Disrupt the $100 Billion Pesticides Industry

A new solar-powered weed killer robot that looks like a table on wheels, can scan rows and rows of crops with its camera and...

Adobe’s CTO Leads Company’s AI Business Strategy

By Ron Miller, TechCrunch Reporter There isn’t a software company out there worth its salt that doesn’t have some kind of artificial intelligence initiative in...

Big Brands L’Oreal and Home Depot Rapidly Adopting AI

Artificial intelligence and its sister technologies like machine learning and machine vision have been the talk of the town at South by Southwest and...

How AI is Helping to Prevent Physician Burnout

So much of a physician’s workload includes repetitive, tedious tasks involved in researching diagnoses and analyzing patient data and imaging. On top of increasingly...

Researchers can now make neighborhood voting predictions from Google Street View images

In a sign that computers will be able to perform image analysis as fluently as text analysis, a group of Stanford-based researchers were able...

The future of getting dressed: AI, VR and smart fabrics

Cher Horowitz's closet from the film "Clueless" had a futuristic computer system that helped her put together outfits. Back in 1995, the concept teased...

Google’s Hinton outlines new AI advance that requires less data

Google’s Geoffrey Hinton, an artificial intelligence pioneer, in November outlined an advance in the technology that improves the rate at which computers correctly identify...

Privacy fears over artificial intelligence as crimestopper

Police in the US state of Delaware are poised to deploy "smart" cameras in cruisers to help authorities detect a vehicle carrying a fugitive,...






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