Reflecting on the past year, we’ve seen major advancements in AI and ML and how these technologies impact core business planning and operations
Questions linger before we can hand off big buckets of responsibilities to algorithms that magically do the work for us.
In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has entered the mainstream business landscape as a critical path to advance in the digital economy.
Surviving in either industry or academics field with deep learning and machine learning abilities will most likely play an important role.
Throughout 2020, venture capital firms continued expanding into new global markets, with London, New York, Tel Aviv, Toronto, Boston, Seattle
AI is invented by humans, and if you look at the top AI engineers, they are spread all over the world.
Cancer diagnosis including digital pathology, telehealth and physician access are just some of the areas where AI can have outsize impact in 2021.
As we look back at 2020 and forward to 2021, we round up our top stories on AI in business, in breakthroughs, in practice
Timnit Gebru was one of seven authors on a study that examined prior research on training artificial intelligence models to understand language.