Think 2019: Project Debater AI
IBM showed off something very significant today, and dared to challenge someone who claimed to be the European's best debater in an attempt to win an argument. The judge declared a human as a winner, but the AI machine did a great job while offering comprehensive amount of data to back the argument. This is as big as IBM's Big Blue supercomputer beating Kasparov in 1997.
Think 2019: IBM Rob Thomas General manager AI data and AI
IBM is holding its annual Think 2019 conference and AI is of course a big part of it. We had a chance to hear Rob Thomas, General Manager of AI data and AI, who delivered a very interesting analysis on the state of things with the technology.
AI getting everywhere
The move to AI is making for some unlikely partners. AI expert IBM and McCormick, which sells spices and condiments, are teaming up to create new all-in-one spice packets.
Here comes the flood, we say good-bye to flesh and blood.
A project in eastern Tennessee quietly exceeded the scale of any corporate AI lab and it was run by the US government.
WIPO report touts IBM has having the most patents
China and the United States are ahead of the global competition to dominate artificial intelligence (AI).
Arcserve says people are getting serious about it all
Arcserve has been shuffling its tarot cards and come up with three predictions for 2019 and their impact over the next 12 months.
Claimed a fact was untrue
A Qualcomm executive found he had a fact-checking critic in the form of Amazon's Alexa when he was trying to show off Qualcomm's goods at CES.
I am sorry Dave I am erasing your nipples
Intel is working with Facebook to finish a new artificial intelligence chip in the second half of this year.
Decision making, automation, trusted and reasoning
Dario Gil, chief operating officer of IBM’s AI and quantum computing has shared what was the big thing in 2018 and what might be big with AI in 2019. AI will be easier to use, complementing expert networks and AI automation
Working alongside Professor Ted Briscoe computational linguistics expert
ThoughtRiver, the Cambridge-based leader in contract pre-screening technology, today announced that it has been awarded funding from Innovate UK for a £400,000 development project working alongside Professor Ted Briscoe, a well-known computational linguistics expert at Cambridge University.