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Artificial Intelligence: What the Future Holds for India, Next to US

Is artificial intelligence outgrowing human intelligence? Is AI becoming smarter than we are?

 
Artificial Intelligence: What the Future Holds for India, Next to US
 

In the United States – the world’s unchallenged superpower, a new strange issue has popped up, which is being discussed on all the major interactive platforms, like books, talk-shows, YouTube, etc. but to no avail. The issue-in-question is addressed in the beginning of the blog.

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How will IoT help Industrial Class?

 
How will IoT help Industrial Class?
 

Internet of Things (IoT) is the new buzz these days. The new tide of connectivity goes beyond smartphones and laptops. It includes smart homes, smart cities, smart cars, connected wearables and tries to provide a “Connected Life”. People are increasingly becoming aware of the applications of IoT in their daily lives.

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How Machine Learning Training Course and AI Made Lives Easier

Technological superiority, the rise of the machines and an eventual apocalypse are often highlighted in sci-fi Hollywood movies. The unfavorable impacts of machine learning and excessive dependence on artificial intelligence have always been the hot topic for several Hollywood blockbusters, since years. And people who watch such movies develop a perception that more the technical advancement, higher is the chances that it will ignite a war against humans.

 
How Machine Learning Training Course and AI Made Lives Easier
 

However, in reality, away from the world of Hollywood and motion pictures, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence is creating a sensation! If we look past the hype of Hollywood movies, we will understand that the Rise of Machines is certainly not the end of the world or the harbinger of apocalypse but a window of opportunity to achieve technical convenience.

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Can We Fight Discrimination With Better Machine Learning?

With the increase in use of machine learning, for taking important corporate as well as national operational decisions, it is important to set across some core social domains. They will work to make sure that these decisions are not biased with discrimination against certain categories whatever they may be applied into.

 
Can We Fight Discrimination With Better Machine Learning?
 

In this post, we will discuss the crucial matters of “threshold classifiers”, a part of some machine learning operations that is critical to the issues of discrimination. With a threshold classifier one can essentially make a yes/no decision, which in turn helps to put things in perspective with one category or the other. Here we will take a look at how these classifiers work, the ways in which they can potentially be biased and how one may be able to turn an unfair classifier into a much fairer one.

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Pandora: Blending Music with Machine Learning

Pandora: Blending Music with Machine Learning
 

Erik Schmidt, a Senior Scientist at Pandora is going to propose an insight of recommendations and deeper challenges involved with Pandora at the Machine Intelligence Summit. This global tech event will take place in San Francisco on 23rd and 24th of March 2017.

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Uber: Pioneering Machine Learning into Everything it Does

Uber is here as a mobile app, which allows you to request for a ride, but this company has never deemed itself to be a mere transportation service provider, rather it prefers to call itself a technology service provider, more like some logistics company.

 
Uber: Pioneering Machine Learning Into Everything It Does
 

More than a year ago, Danny Lange was appointed as the head of Machine Learning at Uber and he along with his team associates started operations from San Francisco. Being an ardent believer of the benefits that Machine learning can bring upon the society, Lange considers that AI and Machine Learning, if combined together can absolutely solve any business discrepancies, irrespective of the nature of the problem.

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How to Parse Data with Python

Before we begin with our Python tutorial on how to parse data with Python, we would like you to download this machine learning data file, and then get set to learn how to parse data.

 
How to Parse Data with Python
 

The data set we have provided in the above link, mimics exactly the way the data was when we visited the web pages at that point of time, but the interesting thing about this is we need not visit the page even. We actually have the full HTML source code, so it is just like parsing the website without the annoying bandwidth use.

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The Math Behind Machine Learning: How it Works

It is evident that in the last few months, we have had several people showcase their enthusiasm about venturing into the world of data science using Machine Learning techniques. They are keen on probing the statistical regularities and building impeccable data-driven products. but we have made an observation that some may actually lack the necessary mathematical knowledge and intuition to get the framework for achieving results with data. And this is why we have decided to discuss this lacking through our blog.

 
The Math Behind Machine Learning: How it Works
 

In the recent times, there has been a noticeable upsurge in the availability of several easy-to-use machine and deep learning packages such as Weka, Tensorflow, scikit learn etc. But you must understand that machine learning as a field is one that has both statistical concepts, probabilistic concepts, computer science and algorithmic concepts to arise from learning intuitively from available data and also is about determining the patterns and hidden insights, which can be used to build intelligent applications. While still having the immense possibilities of Machine Learning and Deep Learning which is a thorough mathematical understanding of many of these techniques which is necessary for a good grasp of the internal workings of algorithms to achieve a good result.

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A robot too close to humans! Story of BINA 48

BINA 48 is the world’s most renowned and highly sought after humanoid robot in America. You can visit her there, by driving down a long winding dirt road just west of the Lincoln Gap in Bristol, Vt. Where sits two large yellow houses on a sprawling property that features ten solar panels and a dock over-looking the sunlit pond filled with trout, a homely porch decorated with rocking chairs.

Advances in Machine Learning and Data Analysis Bina 48

 

In the smaller of the two houses resides BINA 48, who is one of the most sought after humanoid who is based on a real personality – Bina Rothblatt.

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Here Are Four Predictions For AI This 2017!

Last year was the year, which saw artificial intelligence, went mainstream.

 

Here Are Four Predictions For AI This 2017!

 

By that, we do not mean just getting filtered raunchy photos on Twitter or getting the fake news suggestions on Facebook.

Here is what to look for in Artificial Intelligence for this New Year:

  • Driven by unprecedented financial support (along with a growing open source ecosystem), founders have been delivering artificial intelligence start-ups at a record high rate.
  • GE, Google, Intel, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, Salesforce and Samsung, and several other name brands made rigorous AI investments last year.
  • There are now five million homes, which, are talking about their music and shopping choices with the help of Alexa from Amazon.
  • There is a whole new department of U.S. Department of Transportation Committee for self-driving cars. Even a few years ago, there were people talking about 2025 or so for the accessibility of self-driving cars (of level 5 autonomy), but this is a reality now, much before we could reach 2020. It is also amazing to think that self-driving cars may whittle down the 1.2 million annual deaths from automobiles.
  • Also in other interesting news, two AI unicorns just grew their horns, the Cylance in Silicon Valley and iCarbonX in China.
  • Also more than one-fifth of the MIT 50 smartest companies list, include AI as a core approach these days.
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