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LG brings new processors and artificial intelligence to TVs

If you feel you’re not surrounded by enough virtual assistants, maybe it’s time to make room for other artificial intelligence companion. The latest comes from LG, and its name is ThinQ. The new Artificial Intelligence virtual assistant benefits from Natural Language Processing and is useful if you want to benefit …

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Volkswagen will use Nvidia AI systems

Volkswagen is preparing to launch a wide range of electric models under the brand ID, and they will also integrate artificial intelligence systems through a partnership with Nvidia, a company specifically recognized for video cards for computers and laptops. The new partnership was announced at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) …

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Major tech companies regroup around AI projects

Artificial intelligence seems to have been the key word for big tech companies in 2017. The wider the reach the bigger th evolution seems to be the strategy for Google, who distributes its Google Assistant SDK to many phone manufacturers. The tool kit was launched and used by developers in …

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AI eases up the Adobe Photoshop mastery

A future version of Photoshop will come to use an artificial intelligence algorithm to facilitate the selection of people in the pictures, as in the video above. Adobe Photoshop may be the world’s most popular photo editing application but more important than that is that it constantly updates it and …

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Google will judge the quality of your photos with artificial intelligence

No matter how much robots, neural networks or artificial intelligence algorithms evolve, you would not believe they will become art critics, but Google is contradicting us. Usually the great asset of an artificial intelligence system in the interaction with the photographs was  identifying the compositional elements. In other words, it …

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Robots are coming for 800 million jobs

Robots and automation will cause a major economic change over the next 13 years, leaving 800 million people unemployed by 2030, according to a study by McKinsey Global Institute. The United Nations estimates that the world’s population will reach 8.5 billion people by 2030, which means that robots will leave …

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AI&Machine Learning will change the way content is generated

  Until now the role of Artificial Intelligence has been mainly confined to algorithms and data analysis. In the era of social media and big data when it comes about the tremendous amount of UGC, these platforms are dedicating a high-cost effort to handle with the problem of content moderation. …

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Amazon AWS introduces new Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence courses

More than 100 new digital training courses have been published at aws.training, including  Introduction to Deep Learning and Introduction to Amazon SageMaker. The latter is to be found selecting the Artificial Intelligence category on the portal. Tech enthusiasts can get certified later on the Amazon website but the company recommends years of …

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Apple releases Turi Create framework on GitHub

This framework, Apple says, should make it easier for developers to build machine learning models. Turi Create is designed for people who aren’t necessarily experts when it comes to machine learning, as Apple describes it. Apple explains that Turi Create is intended to be simple to use with a visual interface, …

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Google leads the AI revolution in machine learning

 Google’s AI conference in Tokyo revealed a plethora of AI projects that ­the company’s engineers are involved with, some evolving around the idea of  ­nanomachines that can be built from an AI point of view. “I think that’s much more of a material science, robotics and nano­materials problem, but ­assuming you …

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