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          Artificial Intelligence and its impact on flight operations      Cache   Translate This Page   
Learn about the increasingly large impact big data, analytics, and AI are having on our industry, and what can be expected for the future of flight operations
          Google shutters Reply app, features will be included in future products      Cache   Translate This Page   

Mountain View search giant Google has officially ended work on its experimental Reply app. Originally announced in February 2018, the app was designed to use artificial intelligence to generate smart replies in a variety of Google apps, including Android Messages and Google Hangouts. Reply remained in beta for the duration of its lifetime, and was...

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          Mobile Engineer React Native - Xevo - Bellevue, WA      Cache   Translate This Page   
Technical and non-technical, internal and external. Do you dream about artificial intelligence and machine learning?...
From Xevo - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 02:28:59 GMT - View all Bellevue, WA jobs
          DoNotPay app lets you sue someone with your iPhone      Cache   Translate This Page   
There’s a new app that lets you “sue anyone by pressing a button.” The aptly named DoNotPay app uses IBM Watson-powered artificial intelligence to help people win up to $25,000 in small claims court. Created by 21-year-old Stanford senior Joshua Browder, the free app works in all 50 states and the United Kingdom. It’s intended […]
          Think Inequality Is Bad Now? Wait Until AI Takes Over      Cache   Translate This Page   
8 percent of people own nearly 90 percent of the world's wealth. They're designing artificial intelligence to keep people impoverished and milk them for every last penny they make. Unless we do something about it now, our future bosses will be robots that report to super rich puppet masters we never see.
          Project Management Software Maker InEight Picks Up a Smart Scheduler      Cache   Translate This Page   

InEight, a developer of construction project management software, has acquired BASIS, a planning-assist tool built for capital projects that complements and enhances critical path method scheduling. BASIS uses artificial intelligence to guide planners to improved project plans.


          Uniform CSP Parameterized by Solution Size is in W[1]. (arXiv:1810.04190v1 [cs.CC])      Cache   Translate This Page   

Authors: Ruhollah Majdoddin

We show that the uniform Constraint Satisfaction Problem (CSP) parameterized by the size of the solution is in W[1] (the problem is W[1]-hard and it is easy to place it in W[3]). We study the problem on the Boolean domain, that is {0, 1}. The size of a solution is the number of variables that are mapped to 1. Named by Kolaitis and Vardi (2000), uniform CSP means that the input contains the domain and the list of tuples of each relation in the instance. Uniform CSP is polynomial time equivalent to homomorphism problem and also to evaluation of conjunctive queries on relational databases. It also has applications in artificial intelligence. We do not restrict the problem to any (finite or infinite) family of relations. Uniform CSP restricted to some finite family of Boolean relations (thus with a bound on the arity of relations) can easily be placed in W[1]. Marx (2005) proved that any such problem is either W[1]-complete or fixed parameter tractable. Together with Bulatov (2014) they extended this result to any finite domain. Our proof gives a nondeterministic RAM program with special properties deciding the problem. First defined by Chen et al. (2005), such programs characterize W[1]. Our work builds upon the work of Cesati (2002), which, answering a longstanding open question, shows that parameterized Exact Weighted CNF is in W[1]. This problem is equivalent to uniform CSP restricted to a specific (infinite) family of Boolean relations, where a tuple is in a relation, if and only if the tuple has exactly one 1. Thus, our result generalizes that of Cesati in at least two ways: There is no bound on the size of the tuples of the relations, and the relations do not need to be symmetric.


          Policymakers Focusing in on Artificial Intelligence      Cache   Translate This Page   
Following a series of recent events involving policymakers from Trump’s Administration and Capitol Hill, artificial intelligence (AI) was the second hottest topic in D.C. These events, described in detail below, demonstrated that policymakers are...
By: Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP
          How artificial intelligence could be violating our human rights      Cache   Translate This Page   
The use of artificial intelligence in predictive policing and other areas can lead to indirect discrimination. Is it time for software engineers to study human rights laws?
          AI Learns to Recognize Bengali Handwritten Digits: Bengali.AI Computer Vision Challenge 2018. (arXiv:1810.04452v1 [cs.CV])      Cache   Translate This Page   

Authors: Sharif Amit Kamran, Ahmed Imtiaz Humayun, Samiul Alam, Rashed Mohammad Doha, Manash Kumar Mandal, Tahsin Reasat, Fuad Rahman

Solving problems with Artificial intelligence in a competitive manner has long been absent in Bangladesh and Bengali-speaking community. On the other hand, there has not been a well structured database for Bengali Handwritten digits for mass public use. To bring out the best minds working in machine learning and use their expertise to create a model which can easily recognize Bengali Handwritten digits, we organized Bengali.AI Computer Vision Challenge.The challenge saw both local and international teams participating with unprecedented efforts.


          New technology could save women from miscarriages      Cache   Translate This Page   
WOMEN could be spared the heartbreak of miscarriage thanks to artificial intelligence that can help to spot which pregnancies will fail.
          Wiesen Named President at Carrier Logistics Inc.      Cache   Translate This Page   
CHICAGO — Carrier Logistics Inc., a provider of management software for less-than-truckload operations, has transitioned to new leadership and is exploring opportunities to add deeper data analytics and artificial intelligence.
          U.S. Charges Alleged Chinese Government Spy With Stealing U.S. Trade Secrets      Cache   Translate This Page   
Updated at 4:55 p.m. ET The Justice Department unsealed charges Wednesday against a suspected Chinese spy for allegedly conducting economic espionage and trying to steal trade secrets from U.S. aerospace companies. The alleged Chinese intelligence officer, Yanjun Xu, was extradited to the United States on Tuesday from Belgium, where he was arrested in April at Washington's request. His extradition marks what appears to be the first time that a Chinese spy has been brought to the U.S. to face prosecution, according to U.S. officials. The U.S. is trying combat what American officials describe as a relentless effort by the Chinese government to plunder American industry of its innovative ideas and technologies. Senior U.S. national security officials, including Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, have repeatedly warned that China is aggressively trying to acquire — largely illegally — new and emerging technologies in everything from agriculture to artificial intelligence to try
          MapR Announces Complementary Data Management and Logistics for RAPIDS Open-Source Software from NVIDIA      Cache   Translate This Page   
MapR Technologies, Inc ., provider of the industry's leading data platform for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Analytics, today announced support... Read more at VMblog.com.
          Chipmaker Micron to invest $100 mln in artificial intelligence companies      Cache   Translate This Page   
Oct 10- Micron Technology said on Wednesday it planned to invest up to $100 million in startup companies working on artificial intelligence technologies for use in self-driving vehicles, factory automation and other growing fields. The Idaho- based memory chip maker launched a corporate venture capital program more than a decade ago, but its investments...
          U.S. Charges Alleged Chinese Government Spy With Stealing U.S. Trade Secrets      Cache   Translate This Page   
Updated at 4:55 p.m. ET The Justice Department unsealed charges Wednesday against a suspected Chinese spy for allegedly conducting economic espionage and trying to steal trade secrets from U.S. aerospace companies. The alleged Chinese intelligence officer, Yanjun Xu, was extradited to the United States on Tuesday from Belgium, where he was arrested in April at Washington's request. His extradition marks what appears to be the first time that a Chinese spy has been brought to the U.S. to face prosecution, according to U.S. officials. The U.S. is trying combat what American officials describe as a relentless effort by the Chinese government to plunder American industry of its innovative ideas and technologies. Senior U.S. national security officials, including Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats, have repeatedly warned that China is aggressively trying to acquire — largely illegally — new and emerging technologies in everything from agriculture to artificial intelligence to try
          Chipmaker Micron to invest $100 million in artificial intelligence companies      Cache   Translate This Page   
Micron Technology said on Wednesday it planned to invest up to $100 million in startup companies working on artificial intelligence technologies for use in self-driving vehicles, factory automation and other growing fields.

          Neill Blomkamp’s ‘Alien’ Movie Would Have Given Us A 4-Armed Xenomorph      Cache   Translate This Page   

We still can’t get over the fact that we got a sequel to ‘Prometheus’ instead of Neill Blomkamp‘s ‘Alien’ film and the sting only hurts worse as more design photos for the project surface. Blomkamp has said that he is no longer interested in creating the movie and having his vision delayed for ‘Alien: Covenant,’ of all things, is understandable as to why he felt rubbed the wrong way. Still, the director is enjoying making us wish for what could have been with the random detail or visual from the movie that he had in mind. Ridley Scott might have been trying to turn away from Xenomorphs to explore artificial intelligence but the latest alien sculpt which Blomkamp share shows once again that he was ready to embrace the aliens which H.R. Giger made so terrifying in his crafting these horrifying space monsters. The latest also included a couple of extra arms which you can check out right here!   View this post on Instagram   Amazing sculpt by amalgamated dynamics @alec_gillis @tom_woodruffjr of the xeno. I’m not working on this – it’s just in the office and I love it A post shared by Neill Blomkamp (@neillblomkamp) on Oct 3, […]

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          IDG Contributor Network: Overcoming the hype around predictive analytics for better business outcomes      Cache   Translate This Page   

There’s no question that machine learning and predictive analytics have entered the public consciousness. A few things made this possible. For starters, compute power has gotten much faster and more economical, and data transfer speed and storage costs improved dramatically, all of which have enabled artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to scale up to the highly glorified big data. But, enterprises should be wary of buzzwords and the cure-all promises of artificial intelligence before they jump in. Although business leaders may have a good sense of the outcomes they desire, many lack knowledge of what it takes to get there, like differences in data sources and types, and the nuances of different types of machine-learning models.

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          Sr. Product Marketing Manager - Automation Anywhere - San Jose, CA      Cache   Translate This Page   
Experience in artificial intelligence, analytics, machine learning or business process management software especially in the enterprise space is a big plus but...
From Automation Anywhere - Sat, 16 Jun 2018 05:57:32 GMT - View all San Jose, CA jobs


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