With a ground-breaking AlphaStar beating human champions in Starcraft II, January kickstarted 2019 AI-related research and activities.
With social media users numbering in the billions, coming from various backgrounds to today’s wildly popular platforms, a space for hate speech has emerged.
“Trend” is a larger development than a particular advancement. Here are five of the most significant and inspiring IA trends to watch in 2019.
December brought both year-end summaries and impressive research work pushing the boundaries of AI.
Just imagine what your business could do if it recouped 6500 man-hours annually. Or a power supply savings comparable to all the Austin, TX usage?
As the fourth industrial revolution approaches, factories can harness the power of machine learning to reduce maintenance costs.
Fake images of hamburgers, the autonomous trolley problem, BERT for NLP and more stories from October, curated by deepsense.ai’s team, right here in AI Monthly Digest.
AI-based stock trading, a record-breaking competition on Kaggle and more stories cherry-picked from all the interesting ML- and AI-related news from September.
Object recognition is common for diagram analysis and text recognition. The technique may soon be used to popularize art and culture.
It was far and away the most popular Kaggle competition, gaining the attention of more than 8,000 data scientists globally. The team of Paweł Godula, team leader and deepsense.ai’s Director of Customer Analytics, Michał Bugaj and Aliaksandr Varashylau took fifth place and 1st on the public leaderboard.