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A.I. can tell if you’re a good surgeon just by scanning your brain

It accurately predicts a surgeon’s certification scores.
Tags: News, Trends, Ai, Deep Learning


It’s like Guitar Hero, but for freestyle rap

Want to learn how to think on your feet? This rapping game will help
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Features, Ai


Rhyme Storm app is like Guitar Hero, but for freestyle rap

Want to learn how to think on your feet? This rapping game will help
Tags: Gaming, Trends, Features, Ai


YouTuber illustrates why "I am not a robot" image CAPTCHAs are universally hated

YouTuber CalebCity hilariously demonstrates the infuriating tendency for those craptacular image grid CAPTCHAs to pop up at the worst time. My 2018 petition for karmic retribution, Let's build a robot to kill the creator of "I am not a robot" CAPTCHA image grids, certainly found a receptive audience, but it almost certainly landed me on the CAPTCHA AI's ever-expanding kill list.
Tags: Video, Comedy, Ai, Captchas


Radical innovation: Unlocking the future of human invention

Innovation in manufacturing has crawled since the 1950s. That's about to speed up. Using a combination of imagination and technology, science tech company Nanotronics aims to revolutionize the factory floor so that industries can have a smaller factory footprint, produce less waste, and rapidly increase the speed from R&D to production—it's this very philosophy that allowed Nanotronics to pivot and manufacture ventilators as a rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this Big Think Live ...
Tags: Facebook, Design, Technology, Future, Creativity, Innovation, Manufacturing, Ai, Humanity, Putnam, Peter Hopkins, BMO Financial Group, Nanotronics, Matthew Putman


You Ask, I Answer: Merging Liberal Arts with Computer Science?

Mbeiza asks, “Merging Liberal arts with science helps make what one has to offer unique. How can I merge the liberal arts with what I want to do in order to have a unique skill or product to offer?” Fundamentally, a successful marketer has to be both qualitative and quantitative – the ability to be […]
Tags: Business, Education, Marketing, Careers, Seo, Management, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Mbeiza


Self-driving cars to race for $1.5 million at Indianapolis Motor Speedway ​

The Indy Autonomous Challenge will task student teams with developing self-driving software for race cars. The competition requires cars to complete 20 laps within 25 minutes, meaning cars would need to average about 110 mph.The organizers say they hope to advance the field of driverless cars and "inspire the next generation of STEM talent." The Indianapolis Motor Speedway has hosted thousands of high-speed races since it was constructed in 1909. But none were like the upcoming Indy Autonomous ...
Tags: Cars, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Darpa, Ai, Driverless Cars, Southern California, Pittsburgh Post Gazette, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, ANSYS Inc, Dallara, Ansys, Energy Systems Network, Indy Autonomous Challenge, Matt Peak, Ajei Gopal


Facebook’s new A.I. takes image recognition to a whole new level

The social media giant has new ways to extract valuable data from images
Tags: Facebook, Trends, Features, Machine Learning, Ai


You Ask, I Answer: Why do Recommendation Engines Fail?

Oz asks, “Why is some consumer AI so bad? Instagram senses that I like bright-colored clothes. Then it shows me ads for bright-colored clothes that are also cheap crap that I’d never buy. What is the perspective of the companies? – It works great for most people. – We just need to get this right […]
Tags: Advertising, Marketing, Seo, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, Marketing Technology, Marketing Data Science


LIVE EVENT | Radical innovation: Unlocking the future of human invention

Add event to calendar Using a combination of imagination and technology, science tech company Nanotronics aims to revolutionize the factory floor so that industries can have a smaller factory footprint, produce less waste, and rapidly increase the speed from R&D to production—it's this very philosophy that allowed Nanotronics to pivot and manufacture ventilators as a rapid response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this Big Think Live session, presented by BMO Financial Group, Matthew P...
Tags: Facebook, Design, Technology, Future, Creativity, Innovation, Manufacturing, Ai, Humanity, Putnam, Peter Hopkins, BMO Financial Group, Nanotronics, Matthew Putman


IBM and Michael J. Fox Foundation make a breakthrough in fighting Parkinson’s

A.I. could help track symptoms as they progress
Tags: News, Trends, Machine Learning, Ibm, Ai, Michael J Fox


RE/MAX to investors: COVID-19 accelerated tech transformation

The pandemic also underscored how agents remain the most important part of the transaction, Chief Customer Officer Nick Bailey told investors Friday morning.
Tags: Technology, First, Radio, Ai, Industry News, Brokerage, Select, RE/MAX, Nick Bailey, Booj, COVID-19, COVID


You Ask, I Answer: Why Map Customer Journeys?

John asks, “If the customer journey is different for every person, why bother trying to map it?” The presumption is that the customer journey is a wide open field of possibilities, when it’s more like a densely wooded forest. There are a limited number of rational pathways to conversion, and mapping both the probability and […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Why Map Customer Journeys? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Customer Experience, Analytics, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, John, Ai, Christopher, Marketing Technology, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote, Marketing Data Science


You Ask, I Answer: The Future of Content Marketing?

Stephanie asks, “How do you see content marketing evolving in the future?” AI will produce much more of it, and our role will be as prompters and editors. We already see this with tools like Nvidia’s GauGAN, the GPT family of language generators, and the AIVA music composition system. When you look at the quality […] The post You Ask, I Answer: The Future of Content Marketing? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Marketing, Strategy, Seo, Content Marketing, Artificial Intelligence, Nvidia, Machine Learning, Ai, Content, Stephanie, Christopher, Marketing Technology, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote, Marketing Data Science


A.I.’s next big challenge? Playing a quantum version of Go

And you thought regular Go was a big challenge!
Tags: News, Trends, Machine Learning, Ai, Go, Quantum Computing


Portland, Maine votes to ban face recognition technology use by government

“This racist surveillance technology has no place in our communities,” said the ACLU in response to news tonight that the city of Portland, Maine has voted to ban the government use of facial recognition technology. Here is video of the town hall. You can read the City of Portland, Maine's agendas and minutes here. From the ACLU: Portland, Maine, just unanimously voted to ban government use of face recognition technology. The movement to defend our privacy rights from face surveillance has no...
Tags: Post, Human Rights, News, Racism, Maine, Aclu, Portland, Ai, Facial Recognition, Face Recognition, Portland Maine, Picks


Digitised credits to AI: Tech-related provisions in National Education Policy 2020

The National Education Policy 2020, which was released on July 29, had a number of tech-related proposals, including promoting artificial intelligence, starting from including it in the education curriculum, to making funds available for research in the area. The policy also proposed to create an Academic Bank of Credit (ABC) to digitally store academic credits earned by students from various recognised institutes of higher education, so that these institutes can award degrees to students after ...
Tags: Travel, News, India, Digital, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, Education Ministry, HEI, National Research Foundation, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, National Education Policy 2020, Academic Bank of Credit ABC, National Educational Alliance for Technology, SWAYAM, General Education Council GEC


The U.S. wastes $161B worth of food every year. A.I. is helping us fix that

Algorithms are helping us totally rethink the food system
Tags: Trends, Features, Machine Learning, Ai


All the storage you'll ever need to back up your data for under $100

140,000 hard drives crash in America every week. 93 percent of businesses that suffer data loss for over 10 days file for bankruptcy within 12 months.Four million data records are stolen or lost every single day. Data loss is an expensive problem. The enormous amount of data that is lost due to hard drive crashes creates financial headaches as well as emotional pain. There's nothing worse than losing years of photos, videos, or music because you forgot to back up your data. But sadly, it happen...
Tags: Security, Google Drive, Cloud, Technology, Sweden, America, Data, Computers, Innovation, Ai, Tb, AES, Degoo


Nvidia's Android TV streaming player is a bit pricey, but it offers more advanced video and gaming capabilities than similar devices from Roku and Amazon

  Nvidia's Shield TV streaming boxes have long offered excellent Android TV performance with access to a large assortment of apps. The latest Shield TV has a cylindrical design, and it's built to be placed behind other components, or in a corner. The powerful device offers advanced 4K, HDR, gaming, and upscaling capabilities, along with integrated Google Assistant support. At $149.99, the Shield TV is a little expensive compared to players from Roku and Amazon, but the device is a great opti...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Hbo, Youtube, Office, Trends, Netflix, Nvidia, Roku, Ai, Dolby Vision, AAA, Hdr, Dolby Atmos, Amazon Alexa


You Ask, I Answer: Long-Term Career Planning?

Heidi asks, “TED.com published a list of top 10 careers to stay employed through 2030 including Socially Distanced Office Designer and Virtual Events Planner. What do you make of their predictions?” The careers listed are too short term. They’re pandemic-centric, and while the pandemic will be with us for a couple of years, it won’t […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Long-Term Career Planning? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Business, Marketing, Careers, Seo, Ted, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, Heidi, Christopher, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote


Instrumental raises $20M to scale its AI-powered manufacturing tech

This morning Instrumental, a startup that uses vision-powered AI to detect manufacturing anomalies, announced that it has closed a $20 million Series B led by Canaan Partners. The company had previously raised $10.3 million across two rounds, including a $7.5 million Series A in mid-2017. According to a release, the Series B was participated in by other venture groups, including Series A investors Root Ventures, Eclipse Ventures, and First Round Capital, which also led its Seed round. Stanford S...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Stanford, China, Tech, Ai, Computer Vision, TechCrunch, Instrumental, Canaan, Canaan Partners, Hrach Simonian, Shedletsky, Anna Katrina Shedletsky


How the Coronavirus Pandemic Is Breaking Artificial Intelligence and How to Fix It

As covid-19 disrupted the world in March, online retail giant Amazon struggled to respond to the sudden shift caused by the pandemic. Household items like bottled water and toilet paper, which never ran out of stock, suddenly became in short supply. One- and two-day deliveries were delayed for several days. Though…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Artificial Intelligence, Infrastructure, Systems, Ai, Coronavirus, Covid 19


AI turns photos into cartoonlike paintings

Learning to Cartoonize Using White-box Cartoon Representations, by Xinrui Wang and Jinze Yu at the University of Tokyo, describes an AI trained to turn photographs into paintings reminiscent of cartoon backdrops. Landscapes become beautiful Ghibli-esque backdrops... ... whereas portraits become rotoscoped 1980s ads, Patrick Nagel by way of Ralph Bakshi... The AI presumably cares nothing for whatever constellation of references we might pose it under. More examples and inference code at the git...
Tags: Art, Post, News, Ai, Ralph Bakshi, University Of Tokyo, Patrick Nagel, Xinrui Wang, Jinze Yu


Mark Zuckerberg is about to testify before Congress about Facebook and antitrust. Read his full prepared remarks here. (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is testifying before Congress about antitrust on Wednesday. Facebook has released the full text of Zuckerberg's planned prepared remarks, and you can read it below. Facing scrutiny over his company's power and dominance, the technology exec will argue that heavy-handed regulation will only benefit China. Zuckerberg is to argue that Facebook still faces considerable competition. The CEOs of Apple, Amazon, and Google will also testify at the unprecedented hearing. F...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Congress, Cdc, China, US, America, Trends, United States, Italy, Vr, Ar, Ai, Carnegie Mellon University


You Ask, I Answer: Content Marketing Topic Research?

Erika asks, “What are your tips and best practices for topic and keyword research in content marketing?” It depends on the size of the content and how much domain expertise you have. Scale your research efforts to the level of risk the content poses and how important it is that you get it right. Can’t […] The post You Ask, I Answer: Content Marketing Topic Research? appeared first on Christopher S. Penn - Marketing Data Science Keynote Speaker.
Tags: Marketing, Seo, Content Marketing, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Ai, Content, Erika, Christopher, Marketing Technology, Topic Modeling, Penn Marketing Data Science Keynote, Marketing Data Science


A quest to make technology emotionally intelligent – Interview with Rana el Kaliouby of Affectiva

Today’s interview is with Rana el Kaliouby, CEO of Affectiva, an emotion measurement technology company that grew out of MIT’s Media Lab. Affectiva has developed software […]
Tags: Business, Technology, Leadership, Interviews, Marketing, Customer Experience, Customer Service, Artificial Intelligence, Culture, Ethics, Innovation, Team, Ai, Facial Recognition, Data Privacy, Emotional Intelligence


Can universal basic income fix a crisis that's already begun?

The COVID-19 pandemic has thrown millions of Americans into unemployment, highlighting the impracticality of living paycheck to paycheck, which a shocking number of Americans must do. Yet pandemic unemployment is just a glimpse of the fallout the US can expect in a future where more and more jobs are automated.Is universal basic income the answer? In this video, a range of experts from economists to entrepreneurs and historians explore different facets of basic income, like why we need it, how i...
Tags: Google, Work, Politics, Technology, Money, Finance, Future, US, Markets, Economics, Poverty, Policy, United States, Capitalism, Robots, Innovation


Closing data gaps with Lacuna Fund

Machine learning has shown enormous promise for social good, whether in helping respond to global health pandemics or reach citizens before natural disasters hit. But even as machine learning technology becomes increasingly accessible, social innovators still face significant barriers in their efforts to use this technology to unlock new solutions. From languages to health and agriculture, there is a lack of relevant, labeled data to represent and address the challenges that face much of the wor...
Tags: Google, Germany, Fund, Ai, Nonprofits, Google.org, Daphne LuongMicah Berman, Lacuna Fund, Meridian Institute the Fund


Using AI to identify the aggressiveness of prostate cancer

Prostate cancer diagnoses are common, with 1 in 9 men developing prostate cancer in their lifetime. A cancer diagnosis relies on specialized doctors, called pathologists, looking at biological tissue samples under the microscope for signs of abnormality in the cells. The difficulty and subjectivity of pathology diagnoses led us to develop an artificial intelligence (AI) system that can identify the aggressiveness of prostate cancer.Since many prostate tumors are non-aggressive, doctors first obt...
Tags: Health, Ai, GLEASON, Naval Medical Center San Diego, Kunal NagpalCraig Mermel, Gleason Grading