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AI vs. Human SEO: How to Keep the Balance?

In this contributed article, Areg Vardanyan, the founder and COO of AYYO Marketing, examines the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI) and search engine optimization (SEO) and how the optimal solution may be a combination of human and machine efforts.

Artificial Intelligence Should Not Be Left Unsupervised

In this contributed article, Anas Baig is a Cyber Security Journalist & Tech Reporter, takes a high-level look at the many benefits of AI, and why AI should remain supervised. The benefits of AI cannot be denied, as it has unfathomable potential. But just like everything else, there is a cost associated to adopting said technology.

NVIDIA Supercharges Rendering Performance with AI

NVIDIA announced that it is bringing the power of artificial intelligence to rendering with the launch of NVIDIA OptiX™ 5.0 SDK with powerful new ray-tracing capabilities. Running OptiX 5.0 on the NVIDIA DGX Station™ — the company’s recently introduced deskside AI workstation — will give designers, artists and other content-creation professionals the rendering capability of 150 standard CPU-based servers.

Virtualitics: Caltech & NASA Scientists Build VR/AR Analytics Platform using AI & Machine Learning

Virtualitics is a transformative start-up company that merges artificial intelligence (AI), big data and virtual reality (VR), and augmented reality (AR) to gain insights from big and complex data sets. Furthermore, Virtualitics leverages AI and easy-to-use machine learning tools so even non-expert users can uncover multidimensional relationships present in complex data sets with the click of a button.

Why Technology is the Next Frontier in Mental Health

In this special guest feature, Kouris Kalligas, CEO and co-founder at Therachat, highlights how different data technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, digital journaling, data analytics and data visualization are being integrated into our everyday lives via smartphones and modernizing how mental health services are delivered.

How Neural Machine Translation Will Help Online Marketplaces Turn their Individual Sellers into Global Players

In this special guest feature, Ken Behan, Chief Growth Officer at SYSTRAN, discusses new technology that is aiming to totally eradicate the problem of language as one of the primary factors limiting small businesses from operating abroad. Powered by big data, AI and deep learning, Neural Machine Translation (NMT) advances from previous models that translated words one at a time, to the more human-like method of reading sentences for context and meaning.

How Ubicomp Is Influencing Big Data and AI

In this special guest feature, Arnab Mukherjee, Co-Founder and CTO at ZineOne Inc., discusses how ubiquitous computing, otherwise known as ‘ubicomp’ is not a completely new idea. It’s a concept in software engineering and computer science where computing is made to appear anytime and everywhere.

Defining the Data Science Landscape

In this contributed article, Manny Bernabe who leads and develops strategic relationships for Uptake’s Data Science team, discusses how it is important to note the distinctions in terminology in the data science landscape. Perhaps most notably, people must be aware of the differences between data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence. The three shouldn’t be used interchangeably due to fundamental differences in their definitions and in what they deliver.

DarkLight Offers Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Cybersecurity Defenses

Champion Technology Company, Inc., developer of DarkLight, an AI expert system for active cyber defense and trusted information sharing, today released their latest technology update with DarkLight 3.0. Enterprises are under constant attack from increasingly sophisticated cyber adversaries and the time is right to tip the balance back in favor of beleaguered defenders.

Is Customized Healthcare a Near Term Reality?

In this special guest feature, Abdul Hamid Halabi, the global business development lead for healthcare and life sciences at NVIDIA, discusses how personalized or precision medicine is becoming a reality with the help of a machine learning method called deep learning.