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Kogniz Announces Launch of AICam – AI Surveillance Camera

Kogniz, a California-based technology company, announced the introduction of the company’s first product, AICam. The technology offers businesses fully-autonomous surveillance cameras with artificial intelligence that identify people and threats in real-time, using video-based facial recognition and object detection.

New Tech Trends Survey: AI/ML Top List of Priorities for IT Pros

SADA Systems, a leader in providing business and technology consulting services, announces the results of a survey of IT professionals and their opinions on some of the most talked-about technologies so far in 2018. The survey, which was completed by 500 IT professionals including nearly 100 top IT executives, focused on six technology categories – artificial intelligence/machine learning, augmented reality, blockchain, edge computing, the internet of things (IoT), and virtual reality.

DimensionalMechanics™ Launches NML 2.0: A Pioneering Programming Language for AI and Deep Learning

Despite the rising demand, most computer programmers and data scientists lack the specialized knowledge and tools required to build deep learning software solutions for their organizations. To address this, DimensionalMechanics™, launched its next-gen NeoPulse™ Framework 2.0, and an easy-to-use programming language, called NML 2.0, to make artificial intelligence (AI) more accessible to any software developer.

Best of for AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning – March 2018

In this recurring monthly feature, we will filter all the recent research papers appearing in the preprint server for subjects relating to AI, machine learning and deep learning – from disciplines including statistics, mathematics and computer science – and provide you with a useful “best of” list for the month.

Agorai to Democratize AI with the Launch of Integrated Marketplaces

Agorai, the integrated marketplaces for Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools and the data assets that fuel them, today announced the Agorai Marketplaces. Designed to remove market inefficiencies, reward data creators and drive measurable value, Agorai brings together data owners and AI companies to create AI-driven solutions that solve real business problems.

All-in on AI? Five Considerations to Help Ensure Long-Term Success

In this contributed article, Kurt Kuckein, Director of Marketing for DDN Storage, offers five key areas to strongly consider when creating and developing an AI data platform that ensures better answers, faster time to value, and capability for rapid scaling. Analytics, AI and Machine Learning continue to make extensive inroads into data-oriented industries presenting significant opportunities for Enterprises and research organizations. However, the potential for AI to improve business performance and competitiveness demands a different approach to managing the data life-cycle.

The Winners of The NVIDIA(R) Jetson™ Developer Challenge

The NVIDIA® Jetson™ Developer Challenge has combined enthusiasts of new technology with unlimited AI possibilities. 2370 participants from almost 80 countries worked on innovative projects which can change robotics as well as daily life all of us. After 4 months of developing ideas, NVIDIA has chosen the Winners.

GTC Interview: AI Ready Solutions from Dell EMC

In this video from the GPU Technology Conference, Kash Shaikh from Dell EMC describes the company’s new AI Ready Solutions. “Dell EMC is at the forefront of AI, providing the technology that makes tomorrow possible, today. Dell EMC uniquely provides an extensive portfolio of technologies — spanning workstations, servers, networking, storage, software and services — to create the high-performance computing and data analytics solutions that underpin successful AI, machine and deep learning implementations.”

The Doctor Is In: Consumers are More Comfortable with AI in Healthcare than Other Industries, Per a SAS Survey

While the buzz around artificial intelligence (AI) can seem ominous, consumers are surprisingly comfortable with the technology in healthcare. A recent survey conducted by SAS, a leader in analytics, found that when presented with a variety of real-world AI scenarios, a majority of people were at ease with AI in healthcare, and more comfortable with AI in healthcare settings than banking or retail. Despite consumer comfort with AI in the medical industry, the SAS survey of 500 Americans found that a lack of human interaction was the top reason respondents cited for feeling uncomfortable with the technology.

InsideHPC Market Survey Results Intersection of AI and HPC

HOT off the press from our venerable sister publication insideHPC, is the new 2018 AI/HPC Perceptions Survey which was fielded to gain insights on the HPC community’s perceptions on the intersection of HPC and AI. The survey was executed in October of 2017 — and again in February 2018 — with a total of 201 responses.