AI

Robots are Learning to Work Together

The prospect of an intelligent, never-tiring, and human-like robot has fascinated humanity for centuries. However, high costs and technological advancements limited the scope of our vision earlier. This is going to change soon. Robots are learning to work together and soon will change the human world through real-world applications. This is already happening. Robots are expected to change the face of logistics, food, and security industries. A company named 6

Industry 4.0 Is Revolutionizing Business for Good

Industry 4.0 Is Revolutionizing Business for Good Industry 4.0, the revolutionary collaboration between man and machine is going to transform business. At least this is what experts at Microsoft believe. A new press release by Microsoft states that the world of business is going to witness major changes in the near future. Some of these changes are already revolutionizing business, education, healthcare, and manufacturing. For example, people spend a lot

AI to Assist in Recruiting Now

Thanks to new applications of artificial intelligence (AI) being discovered every now and then, a robot could soon be taking your interviews for jobs. This is because a startup in Russia called Stafory came up with such a robot which they have named Vera. The functioning of the robot is underpinned by AI algorithms. As per co-founder Kostarev, Vera was programmed using precisely 1.4 million interviews, 160, 000 books, and

Toxic Bacteria to Be Identified Using AI with Increased Meticulosity

Microbiologists from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) have built up a brilliant magnifying instrument that utilizes computerized reasoning (AI) to precisely analyze fatal blood contaminations. The magnifying lens is improved with machine learning innovation in the expectations that it will help set up the therapeutic field for the up and coming retirements of profoundly prepared microbiologists — which are as of now hard to find. The system will be

Artificial Intelligence (AI) Microscopes to Ease Microbiology Lab Procedures

A recent research paper published in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology states that a recently designed Artificial Intelligence (AI) microscope could closely scrutinize the presence of fatal blood infections, thus, enhancing the survival rate of patients. The microscope is believed to accurately analyze bacteria, thus, aiding the microbiologists with apt diagnosis. The technology is expected to bolster research in microbiology laboratories, and up the standards of patient care. Hypothesis to

Why Machines Working with AI Must Stop Learning from Interruptions and Let Humans Have Control

Machines carry out specific actions observe outcomes and adapt the behavior accordingly with the use of artificial intelligence. However, this process can get out of hands as artificial intelligence works with the intention of avoiding human intervention. The best solution is that artificial intelligence engineers need to ensure that machines be prevented from learning how to get around or avoid human commands. Researchers from EPFL are studying this issue and

AI and IoT Technology Collaboration Deal Between Inuitive and SoftBank

Israeli semiconductor startup Inuitive Ltd. furthermore, SoftBank Corp., an auxiliary of Japan’s SoftBank Group., said Tuesday they have gone into a joint effort understanding in which the chips and processors created by the Israeli firm will be incorporated into the Internet of Things items created by the Japanese monster. The organizations did not unveil any finance related elements, but rather TheMarker budgetary site assessed the arrangement to be justified regardless

Novel Technology Enables AI to Function without Internet

A new technology is paving the path for artificial intelligence (AI) to cut loose with the cloud computing and Internet. This technology has been developed at the University of Waterloo and the software created using this technology is compact enough to perfectly fit on the mobile computer chips to be used in a wide range of products from mobile phones to industrial robots. It permits devices to function without Internet