Artificial Intelligence

DigitalGenius’s AutoPilot Allows Course Hero to Resolve Customer Queries

DigitalGenius AutoPilot is the first solution to enable end-to-end case resolution of users’ common repetitive journeys without human intervention. This frees agents to focus on higher-level conversations while lowering the costs of users’ customer support operations. Course Hero is an online

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Boeing Partners with DCRC to Develop AI Unmanned Systems for Military

The Australian aerospace company Boeing has collaborated with the Trusted Autonomous Systems Defence Cooperative Research Centre (DCRC) to develop AI technologies for military operations using unmanned systems. The partnership, as its first project together, will examine an unmanned system’s route

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Top 10 Courses and Certifications in Artificial Intelligence

A fundamental establishment in the standards and practices around artificial intelligence (AI), automation and cognitive systems is something which is probably going to turn out to be progressively important, paying little heed to your field of business, skill or profession.

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How AI/ML Helps Brands Increase their Sales During Festive Season

In India, during the festive season, online retail witnesses a great jump in the number of consumers each year around August to January, with an expected 40 percent rise in consumer traffic. This also implies serious competition between e-commerce players.

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An Unexplored Area of Artificial Intelligence: Smart Mirrors

The world is moving quickly and we are always left wanting for time and discovering things that can be delayed or offset since we keep running out of time in the day. They state each second counts and it is

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New lawsuit by US Government against Stanford University General Counsel Debra Zumwalt is unsealed

According to PR.com, recently unsealed lawsuit (unsealed going forward from July 30, 2019) in Federal Court alleges healthcare fraud by Stanford and Stanford Healthcare in Palo Alto, California. Stanford General Counsel and Vice President Debra Zumwalt is a named Defendant

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Reconnecting Brain and Spine, AI Can Make Paralysed Patients Move

Intel and Brown University have started their work in a DARPA-funded Intelligent Spine Interface Project. The project aims at employing AI technology to restore movement and bladder control for patients paralyzed by critical spinal cord injuries. DARPA or Defence Advanced

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Digital Transformation and AI Go Hand in Hand

Ten years ago, numerous organizations could accomplish the upper hand by deploying technologies and trends that were at that point in progress. Today, this sort of reactive methodology is never again enough. To remain on top of things, organizations must

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Artificial Intelligence: What Should Worry Us?

Artificial Intelligence nowadays is no longer science fiction material. Since the advancements in technology progress, AI has broken all the boundaries where people were just thinking about it. Computers can already beat us at many tasks right now and outperform

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Judge denies Stanford University’s General Counsel Debra Zumwalt Restraining Order

In an ongoing two years long MedWhat-Stanford-StartX Fund legal battle, San Francisco Court has denied Stanford University’s unusual attempt to create a restraining order against artificial intelligence tech startup MedWhat. MedWhat is part of StartX. StartX is a startup accelerator

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