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Stanford Researchers Harness Satellite Imagery And AI To Help Fight Poverty In Africa

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 Software intelligence company Dynatrace, announced it has been named a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Artificial Intelligence for IT Operations, 2020. Forrester evaluated eleven companies on thirty-three criteria and scored Dynatrace highest in the Current Offering category. In addition, Dynatrace received the highest score possible in sixteen evaluation criteria including microservice and container monitoring, transaction monitoring, …

We believe that any company that has to manually extract data from complex documents at scale can greatly benefit from Google Cloud AI. Transforming documents into structured data increases the speed of decision making for companies, unlocking measurable business value and helping develop better experiences for customers. Historically, doing this at scale hasn’t been efficient. …

 Where’s the ball? There’s the ball, get it! GIF: YouTube / Chuckiehands AI researchers sometimes refer to machine learning technology as “brittle.” By this, they mean that artificial intelligence lacks a human’s understanding of real world complexities, with the end result being that AI systems sometimes break in quick and unexpected ways. For a more practical …

Researchers have discovered characteristics of human 3D vision in a computer vision network only designed to “view” in 2D. The brain detects 3D shape fragments such as bumps, hollows, shafts, and spheres in the beginning stages of object vision—a newly discovered strategy of natural intelligence. The researchers found that same strategy in artificial intelligence networks …

More than 18 million new cancer cases are diagnosed globally each year, and radiotherapy is one of the most common cancer treatments—used to treat over half of cancers in the United States. But planning for a course of radiotherapy treatment is often a time-consuming and manual process for clinicians. The most labor-intensive step in planning is a technique called …

Climate change and food waste are among the most pressing issues facing the world today and businesses have a fundamental role to play in tackling them. A recent survey on emerging technology trends by GlobalData reveals that while most executives believe their companies are ready for “digital disruption”, one of the  least prepared industries is …

Asymptomatic people who are infected with Covid-19 exhibit, by definition, no discernible physical symptoms of the disease. They are thus less likely to seek out testing for the virus, and could unknowingly spread the infection to others. But it seems those who are asymptomatic may not be entirely free of changes wrought by the virus. …

Due to Indonesia’s vast size and population, timely and reliable access to healthcare can sometimes be a challenge. Halodoc aims to change that with a mobile first-telemedicine platform that connects Indonesians to doctors and helps them arrange appointments, medicine deliveries and tests. What’s distinctive about the Halodoc platform is that it draws on human-centered artificial intelligence: a …

A machine learning workflow can involve many steps with dependencies on each other, from data preparation and analysis, to training, to evaluation, to deployment, and more. It’s hard to compose and track these processes in an ad-hoc manner—for example, in a set of notebooks or scripts—and things like auditing and reproducibility become increasingly problematic. Cloud …

IBM and Italy’s leading  travel company, Alpitour Group, announced that it has selected IBM Watson, enabled by hybrid cloud solutions, to modernize existing customer-oriented digital applications and help accelerate the development of new ones to promote a more user-friendly, personalized experience for its clients. With its five divisions – Tour Operating, Aviation, Hotel Management, Incoming and Travel …