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Seeking Big A.I. Advances, a Startup Turns to a Huge Computer Chip
With chips like this, Feldman expects that artificial intelligence will be ... not one but two really important things, which is very unusual, because startups usually do only one thing ...
How you can make the next Amazon Echo or Google Home
Yet, he says, smart home technology is often the result of intense collaboration, too: studying areas like computer science, electrical engineering, artificial intelligence ... A great place to start ...
What’s next for AI in retail?
But do you really need artificial intelligence ... We know some of the love for AI comes from shiny object syndrome – if AI is the next big thing, then it must be the thing that solves all retail ...
Facebook Just Lost Another Key Employee and Admitted It's Listening to Users. Here's Why the Bad News Keeps Getting Worse
While the company told Bloomberg it has stopped the practice-- at least for now-- Facebook joins a long list of tech companies engaged in similar practices without really letting anyone know ... INC.
Deepfakes — Is Seeing Believing?
Or what if an artificial intelligence ... According to tech expert Antonio Martinez, we will soon be able to use this technology to superimpose a face onto someone else, creating authentic-looking ...
5G Tech Takes Humanity to the Next Level
After all, you don’t know what will happen next. No one else does, either. And while some things look ... the Artificial Intelligence revolution is coming. So, how do you invest in an idea as big as ...
Mastercard Chief’s Startling Takes on Banking and Technology
You might think, in the age of digital wallets and the internet of things, that Ajay Banga, President and CEO of Mastercard, and his smartphone would be inseparable. But Banga, while very interested ...
AI researchers have a plan to pay patients for data
But a few years ago, he decided to jump on a hot new trend in his field: artificial intelligence ... Put it that way and things start to sound a little ethically hairy. It’s not uncommon ...
Microsoft is the latest tech company to be reportedly listening in on users' private interactions and conversations.
We strive to be transparent about our collection and use of voice data to ensure customers can make informed choices about when and how their voice data is used. Microsoft gets customers' permission ...
HR Tech Weekly: Episode #229: Stacey Harris and John Sumser
[00:04:13] They’re in they’re using HR technology in multiple. Then their organizations it used to be that I would just sort of get my payroll solution and that would sort of be it right, you know, ...
Life After Gmail: Why I Opted for a Private Email Server
He’s an engineer who runs Helm, a startup in ... data that big tech companies, especially Google and Facebook Inc., amass and effectively sell to advertisers. “The internet was meant to be open and ...
Boomy talks AI music: ‘We want to make music that’s meaningful’
Nevertheless, Boomy has developed artificial-intelligence technology that anyone can use to create songs ... Boomy, like other firms before it, is thus in the ‘AI can democratise music-making’ school ...