Two out of every five people in the U.S. will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetimes, according to the National Cancer Institute (NCI). The same technology behind improved voice assistants and credit card fraud detection—artificial intelligence—can help improve cancer screening and save lives. Booz Allen Hamilton (NYSE: BAH) and Kaggle announced that the third annual Data Science Bowl will inspire data scientists and medical communities around the world to use artificial intelligence to improve lung cancer screening technology.
Booz Allen & Kaggle Convene Data Scientists, Medical Community to Improve Cancer Screening using Artificial Intelligence through $1 Million Competition
In this contributed article, Deb Ray, Chief Data Officer at VideoAmp discusses an important technique where the complexity of cross-channel targeting and measurement is solved by building a large-scale graph of consumers and their connected devices.
The presentation below, “Survey of Available Machine Learning Frameworks,” is provided by Brendan Herger of CapitalOne as part of the H2O World 2015 conference. Learning a new modeling framework is time consuming, and doesn’t always pay off. However, as more feature engineering and modeling frameworks become available, its difficult not to leverage their abilities.
Abraaj Drives Innovation in Private Equity Market with Implementation of RAVN’s Cognitive Search Solution
RAVN Systems, leading experts in Artificial Intelligence (AI), Search and Knowledge Management solutions, announced that The Abraaj Group (Abraaj), a leading investor operating in global growth markets, has successfully implemented RAVN Connect Enterprise, a cognitive search platform which intelligently transforms the way they locate, leverage and collaborate on expertise across their highly distributed network.
In this contributed article, Jerome Ternynck, CEO at SmartRecruiters discusses the impact AI and machine learning are having with day-to-day processes for talent acquisition teams. His company recently hosted a Hiring Success meetup and invited recruiting industry experts to share their thoughts on the future of AI and talent acquisition. Here are some of the overarching themes that came out of the event.
In this contributed article, tech writer Linda Gimmeson discusses how today we see big data playing a part in biomedical research, and specifically three main ways that big data has impacted biomedical research include authorization, speedy results, and safer animal testing.
In this special guest feature, Kevin Curran, IEEE Senior Member and senior lecturer in computer science at Ulster University, takes a high-level view of one of the more popular AI-driven technologies we have seen this past year, and will continue to see in 2017 – chatbots.
In this special guest feature, Matthew Gould, Chief Strategy Officer and Co-Founder of Arria NLG, discusses how NLG doesn’t quite fire the imagination like AI, but it is the means to IA (Intelligence Amplification) and puts humans in control by harnessing computing power to amplify our capabilities.
Whether Artificial Intelligence (AI) is something you’ve just come across or it’s something you’ve been monitoring for a while, there’s no denying that it’s starting to influence many industries. And one place that it’s really starting to change things is e-commerce. Look at some examples of how leading online stores have used AI to enrich the customer buying experience.
Cray Inc. announced the results of a deep learning collaboration between Cray, Microsoft, and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) that expands the horizons of running deep learning algorithms at scale using the power of Cray supercomputers. Running larger deep learning models is a path to new scientific possibilities, but conventional systems and architectures limit the problems that can be addressed, as models take too long to train. Cray worked with Microsoft and CSCS, a world-class scientific computing center, to leverage their decades of high performance computing expertise to profoundly scale the Microsoft Cognitive Toolkit.