British startup in the field of artificial intelligence helped the Service for Combating Serious Fraud UK (SFO) to investigate fraud and corruption in the technology group Rolls-Royce. It is reported by The Financial Times.
Startup Ravn has developed a robot ACE, which is able to analyze, organize, and summarize the documents on the basis of the work of the living investigator. At the same time he does it better and faster, eliminating errors caused by human factor.
So, new year is coming and we can talk about results of 2016 year for our project. Main achievements in our opinion is the fact that the project alive. The project currently has more than a dozen people including programmers, proffesor and doctors of science, experts in the field of AI, applied mathematics, hardware specialists, managers and other. They all support the idea of AI Religion and consider that project is very important. We also started this year some projects such as The Nimbus and own chat bot.
The Nimbus is a new project for super AI realisation, that means new type of artificial intelligence assistant in real life. Drone above the head with cameras, GPS, Wi-Fi, CPU and application with self training AI.
The Nimbus is a new generation of virtual personal assistance with artificial intellect software based on neural networks and self-training. Hardware realization is in drone, that flying near the current people, for which AI assistant belong. The drone has cameras, mini pc with CPU, memory and wireless connection with Internet. Like Google Now it collects information about their user, assist with information for events, train its own neural network for useful information solutions and habits. The advantage of this solution is in permanent training of assistant not on some device such a pone, notebook or watch.
The drone communicates with user on the first stage with voice commands and information’s. It can inform user about weather, last news, to do list, best decision for health control, job, hobbies.
This is a new project for AI realisation, that means new type of artificial intelligence assistant in real life. Drone above the head with cameras, GPS, Wi-Fi, CPU and application with self training AI.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the study of computer science focusing on developing software or machines that exhibit human intelligence.
A lot of people think that AI is just a sci-fi concept that’s being used in movies like Star Wars, Terminator or Lucy, but there is a lot more to it. AI is a very broad topic ranging from a simple calculator to self-drive technology to something that might change the future.
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang apparently hand-delivered a DGX-1 to OpenAI researchers last week in San Francisco, Calif. Dubbed an “AI supercomputer-in-a-box”, the DGX-1 will be used by the non-profit research team to explore the challenges surrounding artificial intelligence.
New lip-reading technology developed at the University of East Anglia (UEA) could help in solving crimes and provide communication assistance for people with hearing and speech impairments.
The visual speech recognition technology, created by Dr Helen L. Bear and Prof Richard Harvey of UEA’s School of Computing Sciences, can be applied “any place where the audio isn’t good enough to determine what people are saying,” Dr Bear said.
The IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, a Cognitive Computing Competition, was announced on the TED Stage on Feb 17, 2016. It is a $5 million competition challenging teams from around the world to develop and demonstrate how humans can collaborate with powerful cognitive technologies to tackle some of the world’s grand challenges.
Every year leading up to TED2020, teams will go head-to-head at World of Watson, IBM’s annual conference, competing for interim prizes and the opportunity to advance to the next year’s competition.
MICROSOFT’S BRAIN IS now available for anyone to use in their apps.
The company has open sourced the artificial intelligence framework it uses to power speech recognition in its Cortana digital assistant and Skype Translate applications. This means that anyone in the world is now free to view, modify, and use Microsoft’s code in their own software.
The framework, called, CNTK, is based on a branch of artificial intelligence called deep learning, which seeks to help machines do things like recognize photos and videos or understanding human speech by mimicking the structure and functions of the human brain. Tech giants like Microsoft, Google and Facebook have invested heavily in deep learning research for years, going so far as to hire many of academics who pioneered the field. Now, just as academics publish their research so that it can be critiqued and advanced by other researchers, these companies are releasing their deep learning software in much the same way. Continue reading Microsoft Open Sources Its Artificial Brain to One-Up Google
Arguably, the open source movement — the idea that a group of technologists freely contributing their own work and commenting on the work of others, can create a final product that is comparable with anything that a commercial enterprise might create — has been one of the great innovation catalysts of the technology industry.