AI models are skilled in Chess, Go, StarCraft and, since July, six-player Texas Hold’em Poker. But the hunt for inhuman players has begun.
Computer vision enables machines to perform once-unimaginable tasks like diagnosing diabetic retinopathy as accurately as a trained physician or supporting engineers by automating their daily work.
With convolutional neural networks and state-of-the-art image recognition techniques it is possible to make old movie classics shine again.
Building maps to fit a crisis situation provides a challenge even when considering the impact of satellite imaging on modern cartography. Machine learning significantly reduces the time required to prepare an accurate map.
June brought record-breaking temperatures, perfectly highlighting the global challenge of climate change. Is that AI-related news? Check and see in the latest AI Monthly Digest.
While modern manufacturing technology is starting to incorporate machine learning throughout the production process, predictive algorithms are being used to plan machine maintenance adaptively rather than on a fixed schedule. And these are only the tip of the iceberg.
This edition is all about AI morality-related themes, with a slight tinge of Talking Heads and Modern Talking among others.
Everything you need to know about demand forecasting – from the purpose and techniques to the goals and pitfalls to avoid.
The April edition of AI Monthly Digest looks at how AI is used in entertainment, for both research and commercial purposes.
March saw some major events concerning top figures of the ML world, including OpenAI, Yann LeCun, Geoffrey Hinton and Yoshua Bengio.