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Artificial Intelligence Bringing South Winds to Industry 4.0

Artificial Intelligence Bringing South Winds to Industry 4.0

Artificial Intelligence Bringing South Winds to Industry 4.0 AI is the most discussed technology talked across sectors and has shaped up to be the spine of the Fourth Industrial Revolution Artificial Intelligence Bringing South Winds…

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Shimadzu Corporation Releases Nexera Ultra High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph Series, Incorporating Artificial intelligence as Analytical Intelligence, to Detect and Resolve Issues Automatically

Shimadzu Corporation Releases Nexera Ultra High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph Series, Incorporating Artificial intelligence as Analytical Intelligence, to Detect and Resolve Issues Automatically

Shimadzu Corporation Releases Nexera Ultra High-Performance Liquid Chromatograph Series, Incorporating Artificial intelligence as Analytical Intelligence, to Detect and Resolve Issues Automatically TOKYO, March 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Shimadzu’s new Nexera UHPLC series with AI and…

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5 ways you could be using AI at work right now

5 ways you could be using AI at work right now

5 ways you could be using AI at work right now Click here to view original web page at www.theceomagazine.com Artificial intelligence is gaining momentum in the consumer landscape. Digital assistants, chatbots and every other…

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How the U.S. and China can compete and cooperate on artificial intelligence

How the U.S. and China can compete and cooperate on artificial intelligence

How the U.S. and China can compete and cooperate on artificial intelligence A PwC report estimates that by 2030, 70 percent of the profits generated by artificial intelligence (AI) technologies will be shared between the…

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Inside the Pentagon’s Big Plans to Develop Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence

Inside the Pentagon’s Big Plans to Develop Trustworthy Artificial Intelligence

As federal agencies ramp up efforts to advance artificial intelligence under the White House’s national AI strategy, the Pentagon’s research shop is already working to push the tech to new limits. Last year, the Defense…

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IIT Kharagpur is adopting an Amazon programme to skill students in cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence

IIT Kharagpur is adopting an Amazon programme to skill students in cloud computing, Artificial Intelligence

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur is soon going to adopt the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Educate programme to help all its students, irrespective of study field, to gain cloud computing skills, including hands-on…

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US police embrace AI, cloud computing to boost public safety efforts

US police embrace AI, cloud computing to boost public safety efforts

Axon CEO Rick Smith on the company’s deal with drone-manufacturer DJI to produce drones for law enforcement. Speaking at the South By Southwest tech conference, police and private sector officials noted that many of the…

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Stanford University Launches ‘Human-Centered’ AI Institute Led by John Etchemendy & Fei-Fei Li

Stanford University Launches ‘Human-Centered’ AI Institute Led by John Etchemendy & Fei-Fei Li

Last October Stanford University announced plans to create an institute built for artificial intelligence research and development. Today, the school made good on its pledge, launching the Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (Stanford HAI)…

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Next generation of artificial intelligence talent to be trained at UK universities

Next generation of artificial intelligence talent to be trained at UK universities

New industry-funded AI Masters, and 16 dedicated Centres at universities across the country to train the next generation of AI PhDs prestigious Alan Turing Institute AI research fellowships now open – allowing Britain to retain…

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U.S. Gen. on AI Ethical Concerns: Military ‘Light Years Away from Skynet’

U.S. Gen. on AI Ethical Concerns: Military ‘Light Years Away from Skynet’

WASHINGTON, DC — Artificial intelligence (AI) fielded by the United States military is “light years away” from “fully autonomous weapons,” but the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) needs to start thinking about the policy implications…