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Dr Robot will see you now : Machine Learning in Healthcare.

The highly personal nature of Healthcare does, at first glance, seem at odds with the Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) revolution currently taking place. The twin drivers in modern healthcare; improved delivery of high quality care and efficient effective funding thereof, are increasingly utilising ML and AI. Whilst …

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Far[M]achine Learning

Since the early 1700’s there has existed the song known today as “Old MacDonald had a farm”. In the intervening 300 years the list of animals he has on his farm has remained fairly constant: cows, sheep, pigs, horses et al. However, the increasing development of Machine Learning tools to assist …

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May the ‘Fourth’ be with you…?

Whether it is called the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) , the Second Digital Revolution or Industry 4.0, there is no doubt that we are in the midst of this era in both human and technological development and change. It is safe to assume that the effects of 4IR will be …

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Quakes, Quality & Quantity: Machine Learning & Seismology

Machine Learning is, all too often, either heralded as a means of improving productivity and profits, or decried as a threat to human endeavour and employment. There have however been some recent announcements concerning the use of machine learning for more altruistic ends. Last week a team of researchers from …

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ANTificial Intelligence: How machines (and humans) are learning from ants.

For as long as humans have been interested in other animals as anything more than a resource for food or clothing, ants have been objects of study and fascination. Over time we have understood more about how these small organic machines function, with a particular fascination for how they navigate …

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Machine Learning jokes: No laughing matter?

  At the Edinburgh Festival Fringe this week, the winner of the “Funniest Joke of the Fringe” was this one-liner from Adam Rowe: “Working at the Job-Centre has to be a tense job – knowing that if you get fired….You still have to come in the next day.” This was …

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UiPath Raises $153 Million following record growth of its RPA business

UiPath, a leading enterprise robotic process automation (RPA) software company, has raised $153 million in Series B funding following a year of record growth. Previous investor Accel led the round, with new investors CapitalG and Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers contributing. UiPath seed investors Earlybird’s Digital East Fund, Credo Ventures, …

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MLReporter is at World Mobile Congress 2018 – Machine Learning is going Mobile

(Update in progress from the WMC2018)   The mobile phones will have AI and 5G in 3 years, according to Pwc  but the biggest challenge of mobile machine learning is creating perceptive offline devices! The MLReporter’s team attended MWC2018 observing the latest trends in the  industry right from the biggest  mobile …

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China dominates global AI funding

The United States and China have always been in competition from many points of view, and as technology advances, both countries are investing more and more in this area, including the development of artificial intelligence. Analysts at CB Insights have published a report showing that the US has been overtaken …

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Deep learning algorithms change the way brands will advertise in 2018

Developing artificial intelligence dominated tech news in 2017: starting with the algorithms able to play Go without human intervention, continuing with Russia and China saying research in the field is a priority and ending with Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg discussing the dangers and benefits of a robot for mankind. …

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