Artificial intelligence, machine learning, and the future of entertainment

Conceptual background of artificial intelligence, humans and e-business in programming … [+] 3d illustration technology element GT With the emergence and unprecedented success in use Artificial intelligence and machine learning Across social media, offering customized video and photo content to their users, the question is quickly emerging as to when it will be positioned in … Read more

Our full lifecycle platform and deep AI capabilities set Sirion apart from other players in the business

CXOToday shared an exclusive interview with Mr. Ajay Agrawal, Founder & CEO of SirionLabs Tell us about Sirion’s main products and services. Sirion is the global leader in artificial intelligence-enabled contract lifecycle management (CLM). We help the world’s leading companies contract smarter by combining category-leading innovation with unrivaled contract management expertise and a deep commitment … Read more

AI bot ChatGPT amazes academics with essay writing skills and ease of use | technology

Professors, programmers and journalists could all be out of work in just a few years, after Elon Musk’s latest OpenAI chatbot wowed onlookers with its typing ability, proficiency in complex tasks, and ease of use. The system, called ChatGPT, is the latest evolution of the GPT family of artificial intelligence for text generation. Two years … Read more

The latest AI research brings an upgrade of RecBole, a popular open source recommendation library, from version 1.0.1 to 1.1.1

Recommendation systems have recently gained increased attention from both academic and business circles. Despite the tremendous achievements, reproduction has always been a serious problem in the literature. In recent years, several open source benchmarking libraries, including DaisyRec, TorchRec, EasyRec, and RecBole, have been developed to address this problem. Recommendation systems have recently gained increased attention … Read more

AI and Multiomics identify cancer biomarkers and drug target

Source: MasterTux / Pixabay Artificial intelligence (AI) Machine learning has the potential to completely revolutionize not only how we detect diseases but also select personalized treatment based on a patient’s genome. A new study published in Cell death and diseasesubject to peer review nature The journal, How an AI-assisted multimedia platform can identify novel biomarkers … Read more

Did the impressive stock performance of L’Air Liquide SA (EPA:AI) have anything to do with its fundamentals?

L’Air Liquide (EPA:AI) stock is up a notable 12% over the past three months. As most people know, long-term market price movements are usually driven by fundamentals, so we decided to take a look at the company’s key financial indicators today to determine if they have any role to play in the recent price movement. … Read more

How AI speeds up repair time

The network environment that agency and department IT teams work with has become more difficult and time consuming to manage over the past few years. As the move continues to fully embrace the cloud, teams find themselves adding new hardware and equipment into the mix almost daily, while still struggling to maintain many legacy systems … Read more

Human leads looking for connections between artificial intelligence and nature

Human Leadership: A 3-day festival for a 3-year project From 2020 to 2023, scientific and technical cooperation Human leadership It proposes and creates seven concrete prototypes that respond to current planetary scenarios. This year saw the second gathering during this long journey, with a series of interactive installations, performances, workshops, and stimulating performances that pay … Read more

Young AI analytics pioneer is among five recipients of immigrant government honors

Russian-born actor Vladimir Friedman and Ukrainian-born inventor Kira Radynsky, a young pioneer in predictive data mining, were honored Thursday for their contributions to Israeli society as immigrants to the country. Two physicians born in France and Ethiopia and an Argentine-born taekwondo practitioner who is a world leader in making sport accessible to children with special … Read more

Actuaries highlight the need for the ethical use of AI in insurance

While artificial intelligence (AI) promises faster and smarter decision-making, the Institute of Actuaries and the Australian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) are concerned about potential discrimination and highlight the need to prevent it. To address this issue, they created a guidance resource designed to help insurers and actuaries comply with federal anti-discrimination legislation when AI is … Read more