In the news this week: AI for high-dimensional data, AI-based health screening solutions to help businesses get back to work, and more.
Topic: Deep learning
Examines the application of deep learning software and approaches to the business and medical industries.
Besides time and cost savings, surrogate models could lead to new scientific discoveries, owing to their ability to handle large volumes of high-dimensional …
Interest in using AI to manage buildings is on the rise because it can help lower costs during an economic downturn and reduce carbon emissions.
Many organizations already pay users to inform them of day-zero bugs, this new tool could save them a lot of time and
MIT CSAIL has built a new framework, aimed at predicting how well neural networks perform at scale and what resources are
Previously, the way to identify these disorders would be through manual scoring, which is time-consuming and can lead to inaccuracies.
With AI becoming more prevalent, it’s clear that a platform that can manage the complete AI development and production life cycle will become more
The research opens perspectives in the exploitation in AI of neuromodulation, a key mechanism in the functioning of the human
By integrating continuous intelligence systems into business processes using real time and historical data, organizations can respond in near real
Open source-based analytics suite gives edge to players, coaches, global