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Deep learning vs. machine learning: Demystifying artificial intelligence

Deep learning vs. machine learning: what’s the difference between the two? We provide a simplified explanation of both AI-based technologies although deep learning is a more involved process of machine learning. The post Deep learning vs. machine learning: Demystifying artificial intelligence appeared first on Digital Trends. Source link

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Google’s AutoML lets you train custom machine learning models without having to code

Google today announced the alpha launch of AutoML Vision, a new service that helps developers — including those with no machine learning (ML) expertise — build custom image recognition models. While Google plans to expand this custom ML model builder under the AutoML brand to other areas, the service for …

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Andrew Ng’s Landing.ai wants to bring artificial intelligence to the manufacturing industry, starting with Foxconn

AI pioneer Andrew Ng is probably best known for his work on the Google Brain project and for leading Baidu’s AI group (and his machine learning course on Coursera). After leaving Baidu earlier this year, it wasn’t quite clear what exactly Ng was up to (except for teaching more classes), …

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Deep-learning algorithms help study brain waves to predict seizures

Using deep learning to automatically analyze the electrical activity of a patient’s brain, the researchers improved seizure prediction by 69 percent, giving patients time to recognize the onset of an episode and act accordingly. The post Deep-learning algorithms help study brain waves to predict seizures appeared first on Digital Trends. …

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Nvidia’s $2,999 Titan V is a 110 teraflop GPU for AI processing

Nvidia cards are the de facto standard for running machine learning workloads and today, the company added yet another high-end compute-centric card to its line-up: the Titan V. This card, which is based on Nvidia’s Volta architecture, features 21.1 billion transistors on a 815 mm2 chip that can produce a …

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Auroom is an AI assistant for managers and meetings

Thanks to technology, making an audio recording of a meeting is a trivially easy task these days. While speech to text services can help tackle the tedium of transcription, this just invites a slew of new problems: The need to clean up and confirm transcripts. To verify who said what. Not …

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