Michael Zauzig

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Elite Banks Predicted World Cup With Cutting-Edge AI Models. They Weren’t Even Close.

Few things could slow down the world’s busiest investment bankers like the World Cup. Over the past three weeks or so, instead of fine-tuning …

Machine Learning

Human-Computer Interface Challenge: Change How We Interact with Computers, Win Prizes

Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain. It’s a quote from the <i>Wizard of Oz</i> but also an interesting way to look at our interactions with …

Artificial Intelligence

Demystifying AI: An imaging tool ready to explode

The topic of artificial intelligence (AI) is prominent throughout the healthcare enterprise, particularly in imaging services. At present it appears …

Digital Health

Unit4 delivers enterprise scale AI-powered performance management

Wed, 07/18/2018Industry NewsUnit4, a world leader in student management systems for Higher Education, announces today the release of Unit4 Prevero …

Machine Learning

What is Natural Language Generation? And How Can It Facilitate Content Marketing

Natural language generation is exactly what it sounds like — it is the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to create and generate …

Artificial Intelligence

Harnessing the value of data

With more data available than ever before, businesses must identify what they need to know and manage it effectively<p>Data is integral to the operations of any business, and developments in data and technology are enabling companies to seek out new sources of competitive advantage and make …

Big Data

Malware Data Science: Attack Detection and Attribution

Overview<p>Malware Data Science: Attack Detection and Attribution by Joshua Saxe, Hillary Sanders<p><b>Malware Data Science explains how to identify, analyze,</b> …

Data Science

Why We’re Redesigning the Webex Teams User Experience

As my colleague Damien McCoy wrote recently, Webex Teams is much more than just a rebranded Cisco Spark app. If you used the product for a while, you’ll be the first to agree. We’re revamping the user experience. Colors are changing. Layouts are different. Tools streamlined. And more features are …

Cisco Systems

Key Takeaways from the Strata San Jose 2018

<b>By Jitendra S. Mudhol, CollaMeta.</b><p>These are my takeaways from the popular Strata Data Conference 2018, held on March 6-8, at the McEnery Convention …

Machine Learning

Why Artificial Intelligence will Completely Transform the Subtitling Business

<i>[Pic Courtesy: Pixabay]</i><p>The single most significant impact today within the subtitling and Close captioning (Localization) space is in the realms of …

Artificial Intelligence

Gartner Report: Deep learning enables a quantum leap in content processing

Computerworld covers a range of technology topics, with a focus on these core areas of IT: Windows, Mobile, Apple/enterprise, Office and productivity …

Deep Learning

Solving problems by computer just got a lot faster

A new computer program works smarter, not harder, to solve problems faster than its predecessors.The algorithm is designed to find the best solution …

Machine Learning

IBM researchers train AI to follow code of ethics

In recent years, artificial intelligence algorithms have become very good at recommending content to users — a bit <i>too</i> good, you might say. Tech companies use AI to optimize their recommendations based on how users react to content. This is good for the companies serving content, since it results in …

Artificial Intelligence

Google’s new ‘Seedbank’ is home to ML project examples for developers to run & edit

Starting with the Machine Learning Crash Course in February, Google has released a number of tools and resources for developers to learn and integrate artificial intelligence. Seedbank is the latest and a home to interactive ML examples that run in the web and can be quickly edited.<p>Shared by the …

Machine Learning

Pay What You Want Complete UI/UX Design Lifetime Bundle

We have another great pay what you want deal in the Geeky Gadgets Deals store, the Pay What You Want Complete UI/UX Design Lifetime Bundle .<p>You …

UX Design

High-precision automated reconstruction of neurons with flood-filling networks

Article | Published: 16 July 2018<p>Michał Januszewski ORCID: orcid.org/0000-0002-3480-2744,<br>• Jörgen Kornfeld,<br>• Peter H. Li ORCID: …

Deep Learning

Advances in Financial Machine Learning, reviewed

<i>By @SimonCocking review of Advances in Financial Machine Learning by Marcos Lopez de Prado, available here.</i><p><i>Machine learning (ML) is changing</i> …

Machine Learning

New algorithm limits bias in machine learning

Machine learning—a form of artificial intelligence based on the idea that computers can learn from data and make determinations with little help from …

Machine Learning

Control of neural systems at multiple scales using model-free, deep reinforcement learning

Article |<p>Open | Published: 16 July 2018<p>B. A. Mitchell &<br>• L. R. Petzold<p><i>Scientific Reports</i><b>volume 8</b>, Article number: 10721 (2018) | Download …

Machine Learning

Microsoft’s AI for Earth Innovation grant gives data scientists access to AI tools

Microsoft and National Geographic are teaming up to support data scientists who are tackling the “world’s biggest challenges.” On Monday, the two companies announced the AI for Earth Innovation Grant program, a $1 million grant that’ll provide recipients financial assistance, access to AI tools and …

Artificial Intelligence

The key to designing experiences that convert

Hands up if you’ve experienced this one before:<p>You spend most of the month planning, outlining, and designing the perfect experience. You’re sure …

UX Design

James Bridle on why technology is creating a new dark age

In 2005, Stanford University researcher John Ioannidis published an essay with the explosive title “Why Most Published Research Findings Are False.” Ioannidis alleged that many researchers were not running meaningful experiments; they were simply sifting through huge amounts of data to find any …

Stereotypes

Meet the 29-year-old who founded a company that's using technology to find treatments for diseases thought to be incurable

The drug development process is laden with problems that make it lengthy and expensive. Right now, it takes 12 years and $2.6 billion to get a single drug to market, with the drug discovery and development process costing $1.4 billion.<p>Verge Genomics, run by 29-year-old Zhang, is trying to address …

Machine Learning

4 harmful mistakes every user researcher can make

(by ElisaRiva)There are a lot of ways to screw up the user research. Poor understanding of the process, bad preparing, lack of recording. They are …

UX Design

The 6 Types of Product Teams You’ll be Working In

When I get an offer to join a product team, I spend the following days or even weeks considering many different parameters. I see it as a really …

UX Design

Digital Surgery’s AI platform guides surgical teams through complex procedures

Digital Surgery, a health tech startup based in London, today launched what it’s calling the world’s first dynamic artificial intelligence (AI) system designed for the operating room. The reference tool helps guide surgeons through complex medical procedures — cofounder and former plastic surgeon …

Artificial Intelligence

The 10 Coolest Machine-Learning And AI Startups Of 2018 (So Far)

<b>DataRobot</b><p><b>CEO:</b> Jeremy Achin<p>DataRobot uses artificial intelligence to help data scientists build and deploy predictive analytics models faster than …

Machine Learning

OpenCV Saliency Detection

By onJuly 16, 2018 in Tutorials<p>Today’s tutorial is on saliency detection, the process of applying image processing and computer vision algorithms to …

Python Programming

The cameras that know if you're happy - or a threat

<b>Facial recognition tech is becoming more sophisticated, with some firms claiming it can even read our emotions and detect suspicious behaviour. But what implications does this have for privacy and civil liberties?</b><p>Facial recognition tech has been around for decades, but it has been progressing in …

Machine Learning