Drones and phones are the next frontier for AI breakthroughs
On-device machine learning and artificial intelligence will make all of our devices smarter
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Fortune Global 500 List: Apple beats Samsung, Amazon to lead top 10 technology companies
With a staggering revenue of close to $215.639 billion, Apple has beaten arch-rival Samsung, and American peers such as Amazon, Google-parent Alphabet and Microsoft to top the list of Fortune 500 Global list of the technology companies.
Although the field of machine learning has only recently reached mainstream notoriety, machines have been taught to learn and make predictions from data for decades. You probably already make use of some of its more established applications like email spam filtering, optical character recognition of scanned documents, and animated dog ears in Snapchat.
Scientists find virtual reality can reduce the pain associated with dental treatment
A virtual coastal environment can be employed to manage pain, according to research published in the scientific journal Environment and Behavior. The ...
The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Why the Hype Has Outrun Reality
Robots that serve dinner, self-driving cars and drone-taxis could be fun and hugely profitable. But don’t hold your breath. They are likely much further off than the hype suggests.
Bluetooth mesh networks could give the Industrial IoT a boost
Bluetooth networks now support mesh network standards, thanks to a recent decision by the Bluetooth Special Interest Group.
Vancouver police now using machine learning to prevent property crime | CBC News
The Vancouver Police Department is implementing a city-wide "predictive policing" system that uses machine learning to prevent break-ins by predicting where they will occur before they happen — the first of its kind in Canada.