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

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 Google Cloud Next 2019 | Financial Services Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Customer Stories: AI in Financial Services In this session, you will hear how financial services customers and partners like National Bank of Canada, RaboBank and Pluto7 are using Cloud AI to reduce costs, reduce risk and engage their members. The National …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Government Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | NASA FDL + Google Cloud: Identifying Exoplanets – Finding Life A presentation that will explain NASA FDL’s four step plan to finding extertierital life and their partnership with Google Cloud. The talk will go over, the four steps: Step 1: Finding Exoplanets Step …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Manufacturing Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Connected Robots: IoT in the Warehouse Meet Chuck, the world’s leading collaborative robotics fulfillment solution by 6 River Systems, Inc. (6RS). Chuck helped enable warehouses across the country to fulfill 1M+ units in the days following Black Friday — making 6RS the first …

Google Cloud Next 2019 | Healthcare Sessions Google Cloud Next 2019 | Telemedicine: A Global Perspective Access to specialist care is a global problem. Join us in this session to learn how our partners in Japan, Brazil, Italy, and Israel are solving it using Cloud technology powered by AI-enabled decision-support systems. Moderator: Arie Meir Panelists: …

Picture yourself driving down a city street. You go around a curve, and suddenly see something in the middle of the road ahead. What should you do? Of course, the answer depends on what that ‘something’ is. A torn paper bag, a lost shoe, or a tumbleweed? You can drive right over it without a …

We already know the destructive consequences on the individual and collective psyche of poverty, racism and systemic neglect. We don’t need AI as targeting but as something that helps raise up whole populations. concrete Computers are essentially just faster collections of vacuum tubes. How can they emulate human activities like recognising faces or assessing criminality? …

As IBM Security vice president of strategy and design Kevin Skapinetz stated, cybercrime has evolved to a point that it is completely different from how we used to visualize hackers. The days where hackers are isolated individuals are long gone. The threats we are dealing with now are highly organized, elaborate, and constantly changing. In …

A common industry standard for deep learning hardware is the use of neural network quantization, as noted by an MIT study. Neural networks are computation and memory intensive. Quantization cuts down on the usage of these resources by stripping an input of details which won’t gravely affect the information conveyed. As an example, consider image …

With Artificial Intelligence (AI) increasingly intertwining with human lives, it is also becoming increasingly important to address the ethical aspect of the use of this technology. As we know, human ethics is incredibly subjective and inconsistent. This makes it difficult to embed into some sort of code which AI could follow. In their paper, World …

Breakthrough after breakthrough, artificial intelligence (AI) has continued to challenge the human definition of impossible. Our lives and AI technologies are intertwining further as time goes on. For us, this means a more convenient life aided by this technology. At the same time though, this means that we are making ourselves vulnerable to the consequences …