Arcserve says people are getting serious about it all
Arcserve has been shuffling its tarot cards and come up with three predictions for 2019 and their impact over the next 12 months.
Claimed a fact was untrue
A Qualcomm executive found he had a fact-checking critic in the form of Amazon's Alexa when he was trying to show off Qualcomm's goods at CES.
I am sorry Dave I am erasing your nipples
Intel is working with Facebook to finish a new artificial intelligence chip in the second half of this year.
Decision making, automation, trusted and reasoning
Dario Gil, chief operating officer of IBM’s AI and quantum computing has shared what was the big thing in 2018 and what might be big with AI in 2019. AI will be easier to use, complementing expert networks and AI automation
Working alongside Professor Ted Briscoe computational linguistics expert
ThoughtRiver, the Cambridge-based leader in contract pre-screening technology, today announced that it has been awarded funding from Innovate UK for a £400,000 development project working alongside Professor Ted Briscoe, a well-known computational linguistics expert at Cambridge University.
Senior director Gary Brotman dilates on future of AI
Snapdragon 855 has a joker card that brings it significantly ahead of the competition of all 7nm players in the Android market. Gary Brotman, a senior director of product management focused on AI, dropped a bomb on the competition confirming that the 4th generation AI platform from Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 is twice times faster than its 7nm Android based competitor.
Still has a few problems
The company named after a Roman chaos daemon claims its AI models can now draw new worlds without using traditional modelling techniques or graphics rendering engines.
Great that they can do Ray Tracing
Graphics experts very close to what's happening have shared an interesting thesis that helped Nvidia justify the transistors spent in Turing RT cores. It is all about AI and the next generation data workloads.
Recruited straight from school
Some of China's smartest students have been recruited straight from high school to begin training as the world's youngest AI weapons scientists.
Computer Science boffin warns of disaster in the making
A professor of Computer Science at Portland State University has warned that machine learning algorithms don't yet understand things the way humans do -- with sometimes disastrous consequences.