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Amazon is launching new industrial AI tools to help companies monitor productivity and worker safety

An Amazon logistics center in Lauwin-Planque, France. Pascal Rossignol/Reuters Amazon AWS is launching a series of industrial monitoring tools that use AI to help companies identify potential equipment failures, productivity bottlenecks, and worker safety violations. The new tools, previously reported by Business Insider, signal Amazon's growing ambitions in the industrial cloud space. One of the tools uses artificial intelligence to analyze video footage and look for "anomalies" in indust...
Tags: Amazon, Transportation, Enterprise, US, Trends, Artificial Intelligence, Retail, Machine Learning, Aws, Ai, Iot, Computer Vision, Eugene Kim, Working Conditions, Amazon AWS, Tech Insider


A two-year-old's approach to the trolley problem

Who says toddlers lack empathy?
Tags: Video, News, Ethics, Ai


More Human By Technology

More Human By Technology As people who tend to read my articles on this website know, I’m a big fan of pre-selection software. I often however run into the die-hard old school recruiter or HR manager that believes we should be ‘more human’ and ‘have the human touch’ in the selection phase. Sometimes they will […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Communication, Tech, Recruiting, HR, Guest Post, Ai, Branding, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Candidate Experience, Talent Acquisition


10 ways to prepare for the rise of intelligent machines – MIT study

A new report by MIT experts proposes what humans should do to prepare for the age of automation.The rise of intelligent machines is coming but it's important to resolve human issues first.Improving economic inequality, skills training, and investment in innovation are necessary steps. Does the coming age of intelligent machines mean billions of humans are about to be out of work? Not necessarily, concludes a new report from MIT's Task Force on the Work of the Future. The two-and-a-half year st...
Tags: Business, Jobs, Labor, Future, Economy, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Robots, Innovation, Silicon Valley, Ai, Robotics, Intelligent Machines, David Mindell, Elisabeth Reynolds


10 ways to prepare for rise of intelligent machines – MIT study

A new report by MIT experts proposes what humans should do to prepare for the age of automation.The rise of intelligent machines is coming but it's important to resolve human issues first.Improving economic inequality, skills training, and investment in innovation are necessary steps. Does the coming age of intelligent machines mean billions of humans are about to be out of work? Not necessarily, concludes a new report from MIT's Task Force on the Work of the Future. The two-and-a-half year st...
Tags: Business, Jobs, Labor, Future, Economy, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, United States, Robots, Innovation, Silicon Valley, Ai, Robotics, Intelligent Machines, David Mindell, Elisabeth Reynolds


Digitizing your brain: Sci-fi pipe dream, or scientific possibility?

Hooking your brain up to a computer and digitizing your consciousness has long been a staple of science fiction -- but is such a thing possible in real life?
Tags: Trends, Neuroscience, Features, Ai, Brains, Emerging Tech, Immortality


‘Openbay Otis Does All the Legwork’: How Sevcik’s Service Center Wins More Business through Advanced Online Chat for Automotive Service Businesses

Sevcik’s Service Center is a family-owned and operated auto repair business and NAPA AutoCare Center in College Station, TX. Founder Leon Sevcik, Jr. built his auto shop on quality automotive service, hard work, and a passion for customer service. In fact, Leon was so passionate about excellent service he knew each of his loyal customers by name and even memorized many of their license plate numbers. Sevcik’s has always been a true family business. Today, Leon’s son, Pat Sevcik, and Mark Li...
Tags: Case Study, Service, Autos, Rob, Ai, Chat, Pew Research Center, Industry News, Forbes, Leon, Pat, Mark, Otis, Service Center, Sevcik, Openbay


I asked a bot to re-write Ernest Cline's READY PLAYER TWO

It would be an understatement to say that I did not enjoy Ready Player One. Not even a personally-targeted Cory Doctorow reference could save my reading experience from the feeling that I'd been cheated by some ancient demon designed to kill my brain through cheap pandering in an otherwise empty void of masturbatory literary schlock. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Parody, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Neural Networks, Cory Doctorow, Ready Player One, Ernest Cline, Neural Network, Ai Robots, Text Generator, Ready Player Two, Text Finds A Way


MIT breakthrough in deep learning could help reduce errors

MIT researchers claim that deep learning neural networks need better uncertainty analysis to reduce errors. "Deep evidential regression" reduces uncertainty after only one pass on a network, greatly reducing time and memory. This could help mitigate problems in medical diagnoses, autonomous driving, and much more. We've all seen the movies: a mad genius creates breakthrough artificial intelligence only to have it turn on them—and humanity. Midway through the film, the robots are taking over. B...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Technology, Russia, Mit, Artificial Intelligence, Medical Research, Engineering, Innovation, Oxford, Machine Learning, Clarke, Ai, Derek, Mckinsey, Eddy


Europe sets out the rules of the road for its data reuse plan

European Union lawmakers have laid out a major legislative proposal today to encourage the reuse of industrial data across the Single Market by creating a standardized framework of trusted tools and techniques to ensure what they describe as “secure and privacy-compliant conditions” for sharing data. Enabling a network of trusted and neutral data intermediaries, and an oversight regime comprised of national monitoring authorities and a pan-EU coordinating body, are core components of the plan. T...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Privacy, Tech, Eu, European Union, Artificial Intelligence, Policy, Commission, European Commission, Data Protection, WTO, Ai, EC, Margrethe Vestager, Vestager


Eminem appears to diss Mark Zuckerberg in hilarious, A.I.-generated deepfake

Eminem takes aim at Facebook's CEO and co-founder in an unusual new diss track. At least, that's how it appears on the surface.
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Trends, Eminem, Ai, Deepfake, Gpt-3


Google's AI-Powered Poetry Generator Has Some Cryptic Wisdom, Maybe

I know nothing about poetry, but I’m pretty sure Verse by Verse—Google’s new AI-powered poetry generator—is phoning it in.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Ai, Google Rhymes With Noodle


Google AI helps you write a poem in the style of famous poets of the past

Google has released "Verse by Verse", a AI tool that lets you pick several poets from the past, and then write a poem with the AI suggesting lines composed in their style. As Engadget describes it: You can select up to three poets for inspiration, including the likes of Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman and Edgar Allen Poe. — Read the rest
Tags: Google, Post, News, Ai, Engadget, Edgar Allen Poe, Dead Poets Society, It Could Be Verse, Emily Dickinson Walt Whitman


Find your inner poet with help from America's greats

Behold! the living thrilling linesThat course the blood like madd'ning wines,And leap with scintillating sprayAcross the guards of ecstasy.The flame that lights the lurid spellSprings from the soul's artesian well,Its fairy filament of artEntwines the fragments of a heart.Poetry by Georgia Douglas Johnson When you write the living thrilling lines of a poem, you put yourself into each verse. Whether you’re writing for family, friends or an audience of thousands, each poem carries a part of you...
Tags: America, Ai, Georgia Douglas Johnson, Dave Uthus, Dickinson Whitman Poe Wheatley Longfellow


Top VFX Company Attempts to Bridge Uncanny Valley, Fails

Well, this is horrifying.Read more...
Tags: Science, Machine Learning, Ai, Vfx, Digital Domain, Consumer Tech, Photorealism, Virtual Assistants, Hell No


Music from the heart, with an AI assist

The next time you hear a popular song on the radio, listen to the beat behind the lyrics. Usually, a high-powered production team came up with it—but in the future, that beat could be created with help from artificial intelligence. That’s what Googler MJ Jacob predicts, as he combines his job as an engineer with his love for writing and performing rap music. Usually based in Google’s offices in New York City, MJ is working from his Manhattan apartment these days as a customer engineer for Google...
Tags: Google, Youtube, Virginia, Manhattan, Ai, Googlers, MJ, Passion Projects, Brandon Tory, Megan Friedman, Googler MJ Jacob, New York City MJ, Magenta Google


HCM Talent Technology Roundup – November 20, 2020

HCM Talent Technology Roundup – November 20, 2020 Press play to listen to this article! iCIMS Adds Interview Tools, Assessments with Acquisition iCIMS tripled its global footprint overseas and expanded its capabilities in video interviews and digital assessments by acquiring EASYRECRUE, a Paris-based from with some 100 EMEA employees and 450 customers. EASYRECRUE’s platform helps […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Tech, Recruiting, Job Market, Paris, Candidates, Ai, Hiring, Staffing, Branding, EMEA, ATS, Blog Posts, Hr Technology


ROI of AI Falling Short at 89% of Organizations

Most users of artificial intelligence in banking have not maximized their ROI. Here's how banks and credit unions can improve results. The post ROI of AI Falling Short at 89% of Organizations appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Big Data, Finance, Analytics, Spotlight, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Data Analytics, Digital Banking Strategies, Technology Strategies


Why the ROI of AI Falls Short for Nearly Everyone

Most users of artificial intelligence in banking have not maximized their ROI. Here's how banks and credit unions can improve results. The post Why the ROI of AI Falls Short for Nearly Everyone appeared first on The Financial Brand.
Tags: Big Data, Finance, Analytics, Spotlight, Artificial Intelligence, Ai, Data Analytics, Digital Banking Strategies, Technology Strategies


This Robot Can Make You Boba Tea Because Of Course That's a Thing

I’ll admit that I wasn’t the biggest fan of boba tea even before the pandemic brought my social life to a grinding halt. Tapioca pearls just taste gross to me, as does bacon, avocado, and a slew of other oft-hyped food that the internet goes crazy over, so I realize I’m very much in the minority here. Though if it…Read more...
Tags: Tea, Science, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, Ai, Robotics, Robot


Why it's up to us to ensure AI fights discrimination, rather than drive it

Michael Feindt Blue Yonder Michael Feindt is the strategic advisor at Blue Yonder, a leading digital fulfillment and supply chain solutions provider. With a background in phsyics and data science, he's played a key role in the embedding of AI into Blue Yonder's customer supply chain and merchandising processes. Feindt shares his thoughts on how AI can be harnessed to eliminate human biases in the workplace and at various pain points in the supply chain. Because of his work, B...
Tags: Europe, Germany, Trends, Ai, Discrimination, Bias, Blue Yonder, Edit Series, TB2020, SP-ING-WB-2020, TB2020 Supply Chain, ING Generic, Michael Feindt, Feindt, Michael Feindt Blue Yonder Michael Feindt


UK to invest in AI and cyber as part of major defense spending hike

The UK has announced a massive boost in defense spending — £16.5 billion ($21.8BN) over four years, the biggest such spending bump for 30 years — in what prime minister Boris Johnson has described as a “once in a generation modernization” of the UK’s armed forces and “the end of the era of retreat” on funding for defense. Overall the UK prime minister said the spending hike will create 40,000 jobs, adding that it will cement the country’s position as the biggest military defense spender in Europ...
Tags: Security, Europe, UK, Scotland, Russia, Defense, US, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Britain, Military, Drones, Labour, Nato, House Of Commons, Boris Johnson


Introducing Google News Initiative Conversations

This year, the way many of us work has changed dramatically. We’ve gone from lunch meetings and large networking conferences to meeting virtually from our makeshift home offices. The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly upended a lot of this, but that doesn’t mean sharing ideas is on hold, too. That’s especially true for the Google News Initiative team; our commitment to helping journalism thrive is still just as strong. That’s why we’ve launched Google News Initiative Conversations, a new video seri...
Tags: Google, Australia, Washington, Sustainability, Ai, South China, Der Spiegel, Ashley Edwards, Soledad O'Brien, GNI, Diversity and Inclusion, Brad Bender, Google News Initiative, StrategiesMegan Brownlow, Simon Crerar, Syed Nazakat


Rachel Malarich is planting a better future, tree by tree

Everyone has a tree story, Rachel Malarich says—and one of hers takes place on the limbs of a eucalyptus tree. Rachel and her cousins spent summers in central California climbing the 100-foot tall trees and hanging out between the waxy blue leaves—an experience she remembers as awe-inspiring. Now, as Los Angeles first-ever City Forest Officer, Rachel’s work is shaping the tree stories that Angelenos will tell. “I want our communities to go to public spaces and feel that sense of awe,” she says. ...
Tags: Google, Maps, California, La, Los Angeles, Sustainability, Google Earth, Ai, Rachel, City of Los Angeles, Alicia Cormie, Rachel Malarich


New theory of why our dreams are so weird

Why are our dreams so weird? God knows they are! Scientists have never been quite sure why we dream, though. One common theory is we dream to help consolidate new memories; the idea seems to check out, because in experiments, if you interrupt people's dream-sleep, they can't as easily learn new things or remember new things. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Ai, Deep Learning, Dreams


"What to Expect When You’re Expecting Robots"

As Covid-19 has made it necessary for people to keep their distance from each other, robots are stepping in to fill essential roles, such as sanitizing warehouses and hospitals, ferrying test samples to laboratories, and serving as telemedicine avatars.There are signs that people may be increasingly receptive to robotic help, preferring, at least hypothetically, to be picked up by a self-driving taxi or have their food delivered via robot, to reduce their risk of catching the virus.As more intel...
Tags: Technology, Future, San Francisco, Mit, Robots, Innovation, Ai, Hyundai, Faa, Cto, Shah, Tcas, Julie, Federal Aviation Agency, Cyborg, Laura Major


Researchers are trying to save a vulnerable California frog species using cutting-edge AI

Researchers are working on how to better identify the habitats and patterns of vulnerable species. Nicholas Berger for Business Insider Weekly The vulnerable California red-legged frog faces pressure from farmers who need their breeding grounds to irrigate crops. One company, Conservation Metrics, is using machine learning technology to better identify the frogs' habitats and flag them for protection. The same technology is being used to track at-risk wildlife around the world, and could p...
Tags: Video, Science, California, Trends, Nature, Frogs, Conservation, Machine Learning, Endangered Species, Ai, Frog, Santa Cruz California, Tech Insider, Nicholas Berger, Business Insider Weekly, Emily Hager


5 ways to celebrate TensorFlow's 5th birthday

Five years ago, we open-sourced TensorFlow, our machine learning framework for research and production. Our goal was to expand access to state-of-the-art machine learning tools so anyone could use them.Since then, TensorFlow has become the most popular machine learning library in the world, with over 160 million downloads. Seeing so many people use TensorFlow is an incredible and humbling experience, and we’re thankful for the thousands of people outside of Google who have contributed code, crea...
Tags: Google, India, Ai, YouTube Channel, Josh Gordon, Powered by TensorFlow, Virginia McMillan, TensorFlow Lite Micro


Bickey Russell finds inspiration from his native Bangladesh

Welcome to the latest edition of “My Path to Google,” where we talk to Googlers, interns and alumni about how they got to Google, what their roles are like and even some tips on how to prepare for interviews.Having spent his childhood between London, Milan and Dhaka, Bangladesh, Bickey Russell began his career at Google in sales before pursuing his passion for developing technology to serve under-resourced communities. Today, he’s the founder and leader of Kormo Jobs. Guided by Google's commitme...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Indonesia, Singapore, India, Camden, Bangladesh, Ai, Googlers, Jakarta, Dhaka, Google Adwords, London Milan, Bangladesh Indonesia, Bangladesh India


Pope Francis Wants You to Pray for Ethical Robots

There’s a lot of folks worried about the ethics and future of AI and robotics. Apparently, you can count Pope Francis among them. Read more...
Tags: Science, Artificial Intelligence, Pope Francis, Ai, Robotics, I Think The Pope Is Obsessed With Ai