Enterprises are learning that AI implementation 'is not the field of dreams. It is not a build-it-and-they-will-come effort.'
A recent study conducted by ZK Research finds that interest in AIOps is skyrocketing
Future Wake is a new art piece that uses AI trained on real law enforcement data to predict future fictional police killings.
With lessons learned from operationalizing AI, the emphasis is shifting from shiny new models to perhaps more mundane, but practical aspects such as data quality and data pipeline management
The UK government is thinking of scrapping the right to ask for a human to review decisions made entirely by AI systems, but some experts are warning that it is not the right way to go.
Facebook has gathered thousands of hours of first-person video in order to develop neural networks that operate more capably with data seen from a first-person point of view.
Defence Science and Technology Agency says it has inked a partnership agreement with Philadelphia-based Ghost Robotics to test and develop technologies as well as use cases for legged robots for security, defence, and humanitarian applications.
Multi-ethnic Asian country needs to take special care navigating its use of artificial intelligence in some areas, specifically, law enforcement, as well as recognise that fostering confidence in AI requires establishing public trust in different aspects of its society.
Real estate disruptor Opendoor uses deep learning to figure the right price for a house. Still, its head of data science says deep learning is a tool to uncover something deeper, something about the structure underlying all phenomena.
Microsoft adds 12 languages to its Microsoft Translate app that can help 84.6 million people.
The future of sea supremacy will very likely be autonomous.
Google Cloud BigQuery, Vertex AI, Spanner all see important enhancements. Tableau partnership and Google Earth Engine further enable analytics scenarios on Google Cloud.
The rolling, Alexa-infused consumer robot knows how to make itself feel at home.
Dr. Alin Deutsch of UC San Diego explains in a Q&A why graph database algorithms will become the driving force behind the next generation of AI and machine learning apps.
How do you reduce space dust while landing a commercial lunar lander? Science!
From home working to a mounting data-breach crisis and onto ethical use of AI, here's the facts and figures from the past month in technology news.
The Nvidia Jetson Nano 2GB Developer Kit is an AI computer designed for manufacturers, students and embedded developers. The kit enables you to create parallel artificial intelligence frameworks like image classification or speech processing on an easy-to-use platform running on as little as 5 watts.
Microsoft has added a slew of new data lake features to Synapse Analytics, based on Apache Spark. It also integrates Azure Data Factory, Power BI and Azure Machine Learning. These features are still in public preview, but that's good enough for us to take a visual tour of what's new.
From emerging technologies to consumer confidence and onto remote-working tech, here's the charts that matter from the past month in news.
Modern requirements for machine learning models include both high predictive performance and model interpretability. A team of experts in explainable AI highlights pitfalls to avoid when addressing model interpretation, and discusses open issues for further research. Images created by Cristoph Molnar: https://twitter.com/ChristophMolnar/status/1281272026192326656
The AAEON BOXER-8120AI equipped with NVIDIA Jetson TX2 can be hooked up to thermal and CCTV cameras and can be used to monitor entrances and other areas with high-volume foot traffic.
The spread of COVID-19 has a small silver lining: highlighting how innovative humankind can be under pressure. Here are our favorite examples.
A timeline of Google Maps through the years since it was launched in 2005.
We have the technology. We can build it. We can make it better, smaller, and more plastic than the prototype demo. But we can be demo accurate, too. Our windows are as shattered as our souls.
A sneak peak into the lab where the sole purpose is to get things to break.
All the data that matters to you from the past month in technology news.
Every night is fright night with what can happen once these scary technologies take hold in ways that you may not have imagined.
A tour through some of most popular - and most unusual - Windows devices of the last two decades, from Tablet PCs to the Surface Duo.
All the facts and figures that matter to you and your business from the past month in technology news.
CBD Expo at the Miami Beach Convention Center has come and gone. Here are the best products and solutions for the hemp industry we saw at the show.
Startup Twin Health is developing a program that uses sensor data to construct a replica of a person's metabolism and then simulate virtual interventions on the body. The simulations suggest non-drug recommendations that help reverse metabolic disorders such as diabetes. Read more: https://zd.net/3oQh7Y2
In an age when being environmentally responsible should be a no-brainer, Tiernan Ray says leading chip companies building AI show they are more concerned about raw speed than about the energy consumption of their products. Read more: https://zd.net/3abaze2
The latest ZDNet survey on AI actionability and accountability finds that IT teams are taking a direct lead, with most companies building in-house systems. However, Joe McKendrick says oversight of AI-generated decisions is lagging. Read more: https://zd.net/2YijdEN
Tonya Hall talks to Ritu Jyoti, global VP at IDC, about the sectors that are making the largest investments in AI and automation.
Dr. Frances Chance, scientist at Sandia National Laboratories, explains to Tonya Hall why insect brains could hold the key to smarter computers.
Tonya Hall talks to Ben Drury, CEO at Yoto, about the advantages and inconveniences of designing a smart speaker exclusively for children.
Tonya Hall talks with PepsiCo's Jeff Swearingen about how machine learning is used to tailor products and distribution to consumers.
Tonya Hall interviews Kyle Kouchinsky, senior director of TM Studio at Ally, about the role game platforms can play in education.
Tiernan Ray explains Google's DeepMind has developed a way for a computer program to automatically calculate whether it should keep working on a program or cease operation if the calculation has reached a sufficient threshold. Just don't be mislead by the label "PonderNet," which doesn't reflect what humans consider "pondering." Read more: https://zd.net/3BouHVT
Tonya Hall talks to Prashant Fuloria, CEO at Fundbox, about how AI financial tools can fill the gaps left by banks.
Tonya Hall interviews Dr. Solomon Assefa, vice president at IBM Research, about how AI and quantum computing help us in the search of more efficient batteries.
Dragon NaturallySpeaking 9 is the best tool available for dictating text and commanding a Web browser by voice, despite the gradual adjustments needed to conform to your personal manner of speaking.