Tag: Machine Learning

What do self-driving cars and interactive speakers have in common? Both utilize something called “machine learning.” This is when we give systems access to data that enables them to identify patterns and improve their performance, or “learn”, without human programming. Machine learning is often confused with artificial intelligence (AI), where machines and applications mimic human ...
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From today’s smart home applications to autonomous vehicles of the future, the efficiency of automated decision-making is becoming widely embraced. Sci-fi concepts such as “machine learning” and “artificial intelligence” have been realized; however, it is important to understand that these terms are not interchangeable but evolve in complexity and knowledge to drive better decisions. Distinguishing ...
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Artificial intelligence and machine learning have never been more prominent in the public forum. CBS’s 60 Minutes recently featured a segment promising myriad benefits to humanity in fields ranging from medicine to manufacturing. World chess champion Garry Kasparov recently debuted a book on his historic chess game with IBM’s Deep Blue. Industry luminaries continue to opine about the ...
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There has been a lot of press articles recently with titles like “Robots are Coming for Your Job” and “Will Artificial Intelligence Be the Fall of Humankind?”, etc.  Most predictions of the future inevitably turn out to be wrong (or, as Yogi Berra said, “The future isn’t what it used be.”). Science fiction aside, there ...
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